Siskel & Ebert Review The Mask





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Published on Nov 6, 2009

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Movie Lover206
God I miss these two. When they bicker, it's epic
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D.J. Taylor
lol, this entire review was about Jim Carrey's face
It looks to me like Roger enjoyed this movie, too.  It is almost interesting that they both liked the movie but argue over it.  Almost ironic.
Dominic Joy
Roger: "So you loved this movie?" Gene: "No, I liked it."
Steeve Cantave
I agree with Siskel.  Some people are too funny for their own good.  There is a bit of ambiguity of the use of the word funny by me, but Siskel described it perfectly.  Jim Carrey is funny when he doesn't go to the extreme.  Sometimes, when he tries to be funny, it turns out to be more stupid than anything.  In other words, Carrey is funny but just doesn't know line of demarcation between comedy and stupidity.
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Cliff Slatterly
I enjoy the mask immensely.
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Rogue Reaper
Siskel is a hypocritical ass...I'm sure people already knew that though...
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Justin Zarian
Ebert was so right that Jim Carrey made that role because we saw them try to one up Carrey in Son of the Mask and...well, that guy was no Jim Carrey.
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Nelson Romero
Not the cheese. The keys!
Michael Smith
what does Jim Carrey do now? haven't seen him in a while
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