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Over 6 hours of outrageous stuff!
|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.|
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"...cheerfully crude and way over the line... Los Angeles Times
Editor's NoteTHERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY is a no-holds-barred comedy tour-de-force in which 30-something Ben Stiller locates and courts his high school dreamgirl (Cameron Diaz), unwittingly enlisting the help of some of her more hilariously psychotic suitors. In-your-face sight gags and unapologetic raunchiness disguise a riotously funny love story that is actually very sweet. Be amazed at the impeccable casting and stellar performances of the supporting players.
Cast & Crew
|Bobby & Peter Farrelly - Director|
|Mark Irwin - Director of Photography|
|Christopher Greenbury - Editor|
|Jonathan Richman - Musical Score|
|Marc S. Fischer - Producer|
|John J. Strauss - Screenplay|
|Ed Decter - Screenplay|
|John J. Strauss - Writer/Story|
|Ed Decter - Writer/Story|
American Comedy Awards, USA (1999)
|Cameron Diaz, Winner, Funniest Actress In A Motion Picture (Leading Role)|
|Ben Stiller, Nominee, Funniest Actor In A Motion Picture (Leading Role)|
|Chris Elliot, Nominee, Funniest Supporting Actor In A Motion Picture|
Golden Globe (1999)
|Cameron Diaz, Nominee, Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture--Comedy/Musical|
MTV Award (1999)
|Cameron Diaz, Winner, Best Female Performance|
|Ben Stiller/Puffy, Winner, Best Fight|
|Matt Dillon, Winner, Best Villain|