Jim Carrey is one of the best-known faces of contemporary cinema: a transversal and multifaceted professional who has been able to cross several generations in those that are practically more than 35 years of career. Although probably many associate it with his historic performances comic the actor was able to distinguish himself very well even in films from tenor completely different: painful stories told with great air and intensity that allowed him to show off all his technical background. We went over his broad for good filmography and today we are here to tell you about it Jim Carrey through the works more famous to see him as the protagonist.
Ace Ventura (1994)
The inaugural film on this list can only be Ace Venturaa film that in 1994 launched Jim Carrey in the panorama of actors to keep an eye on with the first important role. The actor here plays a weirdo detective animal lover in a sequel of gag enter popular culture forcefully. Initially crushed by critics without too many words, the film is however a success at box office and above all it explodes in terms of popularity in the circuit home video thanks to which it becomes such a cult product.
The Mask (1994)
Raise your hand if you don’t have at least one scene from The Mask. A real cult of the 90’s and in general of the comic vein skillfully directed by Chuck Russell: the original subject derives from the comic book character of the same name created by John Arcudi And Doug Mahnke and the success of the film is such that it also leads to the creation of an animated series. Jim Carrey plays the protagonist, a haughty bank clerk named Stanley Ipkiss who sees his life drastically change when he comes into possession of a mysterious mask. As in so many of Carrey’s films, laughter is guaranteed here too.
The Truman Show (1998)
Another classic from the 90s and one of the most extraordinary proofs of Jim Carrey which surprises audiences and critics with a performance deeply dramatic and heartfelt. The film directed by Peter Weir is a memorable dystopian tale in which a man discovers that he has been the subject of a man all his life Reality show. Determined to tear down the walls that delimit his existence, he leads the viewer step by step to an analysis of what is important and real in the daily life of each of us. The film is a smash hit and stacks up on prizes including the Golden Globe for Best Lead Actor in a Drama for Jim Carrey.
Man on the Moon (1999)
Directed by Miloš Forman this film tells the life of the famous American comedian Andy Kaufman from his anonymous beginnings to global fame. The film has a special value especially for Jim Carrey, who does everything to overcome the audition and interpret what is practically his legend of all time in comedy. The work of identification of Carrey it is stunning and brings to life an almost religious portrait that probably would not have been possible with another actor. The title of the film is inspired by the song of the same name REM contained in the album Automatic for the people (1992).
The Grinch (2000)
Over time it has become a classic of Christmas time, the Grinch it still knows how to bewitch young and old alike more than twenty years after its release in cinemas. Jim Carrey plays a creature who hates the Christmas and does everything to sabotage it: also in this case scenes and dialogues have entered the daily quotationism due to the great success of the film. At the box office the Grinch it’s a real success (345 million dollars of collection) and allows a Jim Carrey to inaugurate a new chapter of successes after a decade as a protagonist.
A Week from God (2003)
One of the most famous films on this list and in the career of Jim Carrey. Thunderous commercial success directed by Tom Shadyac and featuring a stellar cast (among others Morgan Freeman, Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell), A week from God tells the story of Bruce Nolan: a man with a complicated life receives the powers of God for a week with all the pros and cons that this entails. An engaging and enjoyable story that allows Jim Carrey to brush up on his most iconic facial expressions by creating a character that is still fondly remembered today.
If You Leave Me I Will Erase You (2004)
The one in If you leave me I delete you is considered by many to be the best (or most surprising) performance of Jim Carrey. The film is a splendid and romantic fresco on the importance of some relationships and how these can change our life forever. In a world where it is possible totally delete a person from their own memories, the protagonist embarks on a race against time to prevent the ex-girlfriend Clementine disappear forever from his life. A movie touching characterized by the great tests of the protagonists (even Kate Winslet is exceptional in the role of the extrovert girl) and by a story that cannot leave indifferent. Jim Carrey he knows how to get in touch with the viewer as on few other occasions to the point of letting him experience a tearful ending.
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