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Plot: Ace Ventura, Pet Detective, returns from a spiritual quest to investigate the disappearance of a rare white bat, the sacred animal of a tribe in Africa. Runtime: 90 mins Release Date: 10 Nov 1995
oh my god, you gotta read what I found this movie to be... (by SiTH_MaSTeR)
I don't normally respond to these kinds of things, but after reading some of the negative responses I couldn't help myself. There is a movie out there for everyone, something everyone NEEDs to laugh at and who can relate to. This movie is the opidemy of my humor and the extreme way it portrays the upper crust world of stuffy, snobby, self absorbed unrealistic people who think the world revolves around their view and opinions is classic and makes me laugh in a way that is honest for me.I read that some people were offended by it and want to get others to share their view. All I gotta <more>
say is, "If you didn't like the first one, why did you go to see the second one? Just to complain?" Do all of us "Friends" of Jim Carey a favor, if you don't like his humor, just go find some stuffy anal retentive "fluff" film, and write reviews on them that we will never read since those movies are for stuck-up self absorbed types. Sorry I just didn't think it fair that these people are "Flameing" this as if there are no other possibilities.Thanx for reading.
Is it dumb? Well, it's definitely low-brow, but it also has some gags that are undeniably clever. Is it racist? Yeah, a little, but it's also satirizing old stereotypes about "Dark Africa." Is it immature and and gross and sophomoric and over-the-top? Yes. Yes, it is.But someone well, me once said the only thing comedies have to be is funny. And this movie is dang funny. Need I remind anybody of the scene where Ace insists on dropping a slinky down the hundreds of steps leading up to a Buddhist temple? "It was RIGHT there!" Or the slideshow in which Ace's <more>
hand appears to greedily devour a poacher's crotch? That's just hilarious!The great thing about this movie is that it doesn't settle for outlandish set-ups that only seem to be jokes. This movie gets full bang for its comedic buck. Do we have a fight with a crocodile presented in-and-of-itself as humor? No! In a lesser film, perhaps. But Ace Ventura goes the extra mile, bringing us childish schoolyard taunts "Stop hittin' yourself! Stop hittin yourself!" And is it enough to have Ace chasing the villain through the jungle in a monster truck? No - he actually pulls up next to him and utters a bon mot worthy of Groucho. Also, where did that monster truck comefrom?! The sheer resolve not to explain the truck's presence is a sublimely satirical dig at movies that might place monster trucks in the jungle just for cheap, lazy wackiness.This movie is anything but lazy. Jim Carrey, like no actor before him, pulls out all the stops as Ace Ventura. Is he milking things? Oh sure. He's milking things like Paganini milked the violin, or like Michelangelo milked the Sistine Chapel. He's inventing a manic persona so complete and fully realized, that it transcends standard comedy and achieves something mystical and poetic and truthful. And that's how it keeps from being annoying.This film is too casually dismissed because it looks like a terrible movie. I was hesitant to watch it. But maybe, years and years from now, it will achieve the kind of subversive cult-film status it deserves.
Ace Ventura is a comic genius bursting to the seams with brilliance... (by cornchips13)
I loved this movie ever since in come out in 1995 when i was six years old...I love Jim Carrey am a BIG fan of him...and i think that this was his best performance...he just so funny in this movie..."It's the mucus that binds us" still cracks me up today... His other famous saying "Ok take care now, by bye then" and "alrightly" are classic lines...Its best to see the first movie "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective", before you see the second movie so you get the feel of Ace Ventura...the jokes get so much more funnier in the second movie...Just the way Jim <more>
acts as Ace is genius...i recommend everyone see this movie...
I actually liked this movie far more than I liked the first one in the series.I give the first one credit for setting up the premise, for being hilarious, and because it has Jim Carrey in it. But this one goes so much further in the humor department, at least for me.I found more quotes from this movie that I can easily recall later, and whenever someone mentions even part of a scene from the movie, the entire scene in full color comes back to me and I laugh all over again.I've seen the movie several dozen times and I laugh every single time, a good sign in my book that this is a great <more>
First of all I'd like to say that I love Jim Carrey, I think that although he has some humor that can be on the immature side, that he is a funny guy and brings some good natured stupid humor. I loved the first movie and i thought this was actually a pretty good sequel. A lot of people didn't seem to like it for some reason, but I thought this movie was hilarious and probably the best sequel I have ever seen. There were some moments in this movie that were simply classic and the movie stayed pretty true to the original without being too repetitive. I loved the scene with the rich <more>
people and the "Monopoly Guy" and the rhino scene was sheer classic, although many people who don't have a sense of humor may find it gross and in bad taste. But whatever, the point is that I really loved this movie, and I recommend it.
Wow, I cannot believe the losers who pay WAY TOO CLOSE of attention to every little move of Carrey's to insult him. Let the Movie be watched like a normal, human being. It is sad how you comment on the parts that aren't so great and that is ALL YOU COMMENT ON-Having said that...Jim Carrey is one of my favorite comedian's. THis movie is filled with hilarious jokes and should be enjoyed by everyone if you just let the movie go. "Guano...sounds so familiar."--"Bat Droppings." Great! Almost every sentence he says, is a funny joke. This movie has a small twist <more>
because you wouldn't expect Ace Ventura the Pet Detective, to be afraid of a bat. So on his quest, he has to conquer his fear of this bat. If you haven't seen this movie yet, don't only rent it...BUY IT! I love this movie. 9 *'s for me!
Well, then god help you. I've known people who are not big fans of Jim Carey's style of comedy and I can see their point. He's just outrageous and rarely witty. But this movie has a bit of everything: clever dialogues, beautiful locations, and of course Jim Carey at his very best.I find it much funnier than any of his other works. The Mask had too few of the 'mask' scenes, Pet Detective was just about OK, nothing great. This movie though is better because the story flows freely unlike P.D and it has a lot of Jim Carey unlike The Mask . The scene at the monastery is <more>
actually brilliantly shot and to have such OTT comedy at what otherwise seems so mystical a location, I've never seen something like that. And lastly, yes it may seem a bit absurd, it's Ace's love for animals that comes out quite well. To have gone to a seclusion for losing a racoon he was not paid to find anyways is both hilarious and heart warming.The rhino scene alone would've made this one of my favorite comedies, but there's so much more on offer.8/10
Jim Carrey is one of those actors you will find yourself either adoring or hating. He does not ever "underact." This movie made me laugh so hard I cried even after the fifth time! From the robot rhino scene to the monopoly guy Jim knows how to be hilarious. I saw the first one liked it a lot and have to say this one is way better! I am a huge fan of Carrey. I don't think there are many people who can make such a variety of facial expressions. The only reason this is not a ten is because there is as usual with Carrey some inappropriate stuff thrown in. But if your love <more>
laughing and you love Jim, this movie will fit you "Like a glove!"
If there was to be just one pop-culture character with 'franchise' written all over it, it would be Ace Ventura. After the sleeper hit that was the original, Ace is shipped off to Africa, via Tibet, to find the missing sacred animal of the peaceful Wachati tribe. It is supposed to be a wedding gift to the savage Wachutu tribe, marking the congregation of their people.Ace is the best there is the only there is surely sending him to find the sacred bat his most hated creature is the 'right' thing to do. No matter how crazy he is. And how crazy indeed! This time around Jim <more>
Carrey goes completely wild as Ace. Any trace of an actual human that we saw before is surrendered to complete insanity. You can tell that Carrey is having the time of his life just ad-libbing and winging it. You can almost hear director Steve Oedekerk struggle to contain his laughter off-camera. There are even a few moments when Carrey himself almost cracks-up.I prefer this one to the first for a few reasons. First of all the production design is far superior and the faux-African jungle and tribal village colors really come alive. The widescreen photography gives the film a more expansive look than Tom Shadyac's original. Plus, it has a lot more animals, which I think is cool.Beside's the animated show, there's been no more of Ace Ventura since. But don't rule him out. Carrey may be sick of being regarded as the guy who made his anus talk, but I can only hope he'll do a third one day.