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One Word Can Change Everything.
|Carl Allen has stumbled across a way to shake free of post-divorce blues and a dead-end job: embrace life and say yes to everything. Take a bungee plunge? Yes. Accept call-now TV offers? Yes. Learn Korean? Yes. Grab the first flight to anywhere? Yes. Win your dream girl? Yes. Crack up fans with a feel-good, laugh-loaded romp? Yes! Working every funny bone in his nimble body and every muscle in his hilariously mobile face, Jim Carrey plays Carl in a YEScapade about opening up to life's possibilities especially when those possibilities include romance with an intriguing, free-spirited musician (Zooey Deschanel). From the director of The Break-Up comes an invitation to discover the comedy power of yes.|
"...a strong premise, a handful of laugh-out-loud moments and a superb supporting cast. Matthew Turner, ViewLondon
"Carrey's most satisfying live-action effort since "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind." Michael Rechtshaffen, The Hollywood Reporter
"...a love story that just happens to make you laugh. Rene Rodriguez, Miami Herald
"...full of goofy, joyful moments, anchored by the sweet chemistry between Carrey and Deschanel... Tricia Olszewski, Washington City Paper
Editor's NoteJim Carrey returns to hilarious form with this romantic comedy in the same vein as the Carrey classic LIAR LIAR. After a few stints in more serious features like ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND and THE NUMBER 23, Carrey seems right at home playing Carl, a divorcé who starts out the film depressed and withdrawn, scared of taking a risk. Pressured by his best friend, Peter (Bradley Cooper), to get his act together or be stuck with a lonely life, Carl attends a New Age self-help seminar intended to change "no men" like Carl into "yes men" willing to meet life's challenges with gusto. Carl is reluctant at first, but finds the seminar to be ultimately life-changing when he's coerced into giving the "say yes" attitude a try. As the first opportunity to say yes presents itself, Carl hesitantly utters the three-letter word, setting the stage for a domino effect of good rewards, and giving Carrey a platform to show off his comic chops. But over time Carl realizes that saying yes to everything indiscriminately can reap results as complicated and messy as his life had become when saying "no" was his norm. The always-quirky Zooey Deschanel adds her signature charm as Carl's love interest, Allison. An unlikely match at first glance, the pair actually develop great chemistry as the story progresses, the actors playing off each other's different styles of humor. Rhys Darby also shines as Carl's loveable but clueless boss, and THAT 70s SHOW's Danny Masterson appears as another one of Carl's friends. While YES MAN marks no major departure from Carrey's previous work, the sweet crowd pleaser manages to showcase two sides of its leading man.
Cast & Crew
|John Michael Higgins|
|Robert D. Yeoman - Director of Photography|
|Andrew Mogel - Screenwriter|
|Eels - Music|
|Nicholas Stoller - Screenwriter|
|Danny Wallace - Source Writer|
|Bruce Berman - Executive Producer|
|Richard D. Zanuck - Producer|
|Jarrad Paul - Screenwriter|
|David Heyman - Producer|
|Marty P. Ewing - Executive Producer|
|Peyton Reed - Director|