I think the simplest way of summarizing the mistake here is that they jumped the shark from ‘dumb’ to ‘willfully stupid. I mean, the Farrelly’s have proved to be nothing more than perpetual year-olds, and they manage one or two moments of contrived laughter. Look, I won’t spoil the movie like other people have, but I will tell you that it is worth the wait. Maybe I’m taking this too seriously. Almost cartoon like in the way it was done. Plot is not the movie’s aim, and it doesn’t need to be. Petey, the blind kid, is back in this one for a short time. While some may see this as nostalgia, I saw it as lazy film making.
I was pretty disappointed in this movie, and I’m not really sure why. Roger Ebert used to talk about this a lot in his reviews — it’s only funny if the character isn’t aware of what he’s doing. Worst of all is that Daniels’ Harry and Carrey’s Lloyd have completely lost the chemistry that once bound them. It disappoints completely, like a desperate old rock singer trying to hit the same notes he used to, but consistently falling flat. They’ve become purely sad parodies of their former selves. Everyone in the theater was laughing the whole time.
Petey, the blind kid, is back in this one for a short time. There were definitely some funny parts where I laughed, but the whole thing felt pretty Everyone in the theater was laughing the whole time.
Dumb and Dumber To () YIFY subtitles
You will notice a lot of things from the first movie if you pay attention. It reminded me a little of the three stooges movie.
It’s a shame Jim Carey and Jeff Daniels waited this long just to put out something so mediocre. Imagine my surprise 11 years later that this movie doesn’t have a single scene as funny as that one’s Bob Saget cameo. Plot is not the movie’s aim, and it doesn’t need to be. Most of the bad stuff that happens to them is inadvertent, and often at the expense of trying to do a good deed e. While the first was a brilliantly inspired bit of comedic stupidity, Dumb and Dumber To is just plain stupid.
The first movie had some random very silly parts that in context of the rest of the genuinely funny parts didn’t bother me at all. He doesn’t seem to remember the comic energy he imbued Lloyd with in the original film; instead, he turns Lloyd into an unlikable, borderline creepy manchild with overly exaggerated stupidity and mannerisms.
Dumb and Dumber – Sinhala Subs
Lloyd’s “I dumbrr it a lawwwt” or the mannerisms he makes when mixing a drink, identical to the first film. As a big fan of Dumb and Dumber, I went into Dumb and Dumber To trying not to let wistfulness paint the sequel too positively.
So when Lloyd and Harry accidentally poison the hit-man hired to kill them in the original Dumb an Dumber, it’s funny; when they deliberately sabotage a convention in “Dumb and Dumber To,” screaming at a woman to show them her naked body, or gleefully discuss being sugtitles for a man’s death in front of his parents, it’s I’m going to preface this review by stating the obvious and what no doubt some may be quick to point out in defense of the sequel: Language Set favourite s Login.
Harry and Lloyd felt like exaggerated versions of themselves, the storyline was just OK, and I think what threw me off the most was that so much of the movie was recycled. Those worries quickly dissipated, as To is a forced and aggressively unfunny gross-out comedy.
Andd a few other surprises. When Harry Met Lloyd” years ago in theaters, hating it, and thinking how much better it would have been if they had convinced Jim Carrey to come back for a proper sequel. It confuses homage for humour, recycling gags without providing them in a fresh context, which simply reminds us of how much funnier they were the first time around. However, a LOT of the jokes were literally the same as the ones from the original, like exactly the same. I mean, the Farrelly’s have proved to be nothing more than perpetual year-olds, and they manage one or two moments of contrived laughter.
But I feel like that disclaimer only goes so far, because frankly, the original “Dumb and Dumber” is one of the funniest films I’ve ever seen — endlessly quotable, thoroughly likable. This movie is not funny.
What left me reeling was the movie’s cruel streak — it turns Harry and Lloyd into deliberately mischievous cretins, xubtitles the inherent humour is drained from any potential scenarios as a result of their self- awareness. Maybe I’m taking this too seriously.
I think the simplest way of summarizing the mistake here is that they jumped the shark from ‘dumb’ to ‘willfully stupid. They’ve become purely sad parodies of their former selves. Unfortunately the jokes are understandably irreverent, yet also socially dubm and rarely successful.
Overall, just not worth going to the movies to see. Well, I was pretty excited to see this one, knowing that no matter how bad it might turn out to be, these two still would never fail at making you laugh, now it’s not as good as the first, but it sure does make you laugh, it’s just unbelievable how dumb these two are, time will never heal how stupid they are, and they sure won’t be getting better any time soon, they’re still as dumb, still funny, and still as entertaining as they were in the first, but I don’t know if it’s just me or the fact that the first was just too good to beat, I was honestly expecting this one to be even more fun, but it wasn’t, the first was better, but this one wasn’t bad at all, I would go back to watch it again with a friend if I was asked to, you wouldn’t get bored watching this, as everything these two do is a complete mess, it’s worth the watch, and definitely worth the ticket.
I also didn’t particularly like the silliness.
Worst of all is that Daniels’ Harry and Carrey’s Lloyd have completely lost the chemistry that once bound them. Beyond the inherent lack of humor in the mean-spirited hijinks these characters get themselves into this time around, many of the film’s one- liners and jokes just aren’t funny either. The Farrellys said Jim Carrey hadn’t seen the original movie for something like 15 years before agreeing to doing the sequel, and I’m not surprised.