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So it's a shame that the flimsiness of the original premise starts hobbling Dean Parisot's film at the halfway point.Dick and Jane are part of the system and then get to beat the system, which is a bit rich, and it's a cop-out that Carrey's character is completely blameless in all the corporate fraud.Viewers of a Carrey-phobic disposition may opt to get off on the ground floor.But, if you can cope with Carrey, you can probably cope with Fun With Dick and Jane, a sparky and sometimes surprising update of the 1977 comedy starring George Segal and Jane Fonda as downsized suburbanites forced to turn to crime., Dick (Jim Carrey) and Jane (Ta Leoni) are in love and living the American dream - until one day it becomes an American nightmare.When the company Dick works for becomes involved in an Enron-like scandal and he is confronted with the prospect of losing everything, Dick and Jane are forced to bag, borrow and steal to get it all back. The 1977 Jane Fonda, George Seagal comedy Fun With Dick and Jane gets a 2005 makeover as a modern day statement against corporate America.Set in 2000, before corporate scandals like Enron took place, the remake puts Jim Carrey and Tea Leoni in the titular roles.
Sadly though, that never happened, which once again affirms my theory that all the good comedy writers died off at the turn of the millenium (look at what befalled The Simpsons for example, and you'll know that I'm right).The best line this movie has is, "We might be in a little bit of a pickle, Dick." Carrey and Leoni star as Dick and Jane.They are a married couple who have a small son who speaks Spanish because he spends so much time with the Mexican maid. Dick's company goes under and the family slowly sinks into poverty.Carrey is up to his usual shtick here, but never treads into the excessively vulgar or overly animated traits he has been known for.The Carrey here feels more mature and restrained, but is given a chance to shine through a few trademark outbursts from time to time.
(12A cert, 90 min) You could never accuse Jim Carrey of underselling his talents.