You don't need to be a fan of or even know a great deal about Any Kaufman to glean a great deal of satisfaction from this meditation on the man and those in his orbit. This is really about Carrey's re-awakening and profound discovery of identity and self. It's a joy to see him so at ease and 'out of character'. He articulates beautifully, managing not to sound like a complete jerk whilst going through a true transfor
Fascinating. And what could easily come off as a puff piece since produced by Carrey, instead he puts it all out there. Obviously he has an agenda. He wants people to reconsider his performance and have it be considered one of the greatest of all time. I’m less interested in his performance than his process and how it has scarred and stayed with him ever since. Jim is woke and not terribly annoying about it
jim carrey an absolute bastard. trisha paytas the youtuber has done loads of andy kaufman skits but with her boobs out and she's a 100x better troll than jim carrey. making people think you're stupid making a video called do dogs have brains is way funnier than pretending you're drunk and calling someone a black bastard
It's difficult to parse if middle-aged Jim Carrey is farther along the path to Enlightenment than the rest of us or just in the midst of a crippling depression (or, once again, deep in character for an upcoming role). But this Netflix documentary proves baffling, sad, hilarious, and bizarre - basically everything you wanted "Man on the Moon" to be. Jim is right: this footage should have been the Andy Kaufman biopic.