The Farrelly Brother's Collection contains three of their classic comedies including THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY, ME, MYSELF & IRENE and SHALLOW HAL.
THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY: Thirteen years after a humiliating high-school episode of prom datus interuptus, angst-driven Ted (Ben Stiller) is still crazy in love with Mary (Cameron Diaz). Hoping for a second chance at wooing the girl of his dreams, he hires sleazy private detective Pat Healy (Matt Dillon) to track her down. However, after taking one look at Mary, Healy decides he wants her for himself. Before long, Mary's suitors are engaged in a "hair-raising" battle for her affections, and soon, the fur really flies...right out the window. So grab your hair gel, get ready to sing along with Puffy and enjoy another helping of "frank and beans" in this outrageous special edition of the raunchy romantic comedy that's still a gut-busting blast!
ME, MYSELF & IRENE: Jim Carrey delivers a hysterical performance in this "fall-down, flat-out, irresistibly deranged movie" (Rolling Stone). Rhode Island state trooper Charlie Baileygates (Jim Carrey) proves that nice guys finish first after marrying the prettiest gal in town. But when she leaves him for another man, Charlie develops a split personality and his outrageous opposite, Hank, is born! Hank's got a filthy mouth, a bad attitude and a short fuse. When Charlie falls crazy in love with the beautiful but wanted Irene, he must wage war--with himself--for the confused Irene's affections.
SHALLOW HAL: Throughout history, few concepts have been pondered as much as the nature of beauty. Some find it in the wonders of nature, others in a simple, enigmatic smile. There are even those who have traveled to the ends of the Earth and beyond in search of beauty. Then there's Hal Larsen (Jack Black), the ultimate shallow guy. He finds beauty only in supermodels and centerfolds. The first thing he looks for in a woman is, well, looks. Hal won't even consider dating someone with a less-than-perfect body, smile and sense of style. But after an impromptu hypnosis by self-help guru Tony Robbins, Hal's view of women makes a 180 degree turn; he now sees their true inner beauty. Enter Rosemary (Gwyneth Paltrow), an overweight Peace Corps volunteer. Hal, envisioning Rosemary's kindness and humor as physical nirvana, is instantly smitten and an idyllic romance begins. When the spell is broken, however, Hal must now face an unrecognizable Rosemary and learn one of life's most important lessons.