Mild-mannered bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss finds a mysterious face mask – but when he puts it on, he can’t take it off! The mask empowers its wearer to the point that the unassuming Stanley is now hip, extremely extroverted, and manic.
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Fun Jim Carrey vehicle that continued to test the limits of the newly fangled digital effects of the time with the additional secret weapon of Carrey's cartoonish extremes. Memorable for the sexy debut of Cameron Diaz and for its canine co-star.
Nothing on the comics... The comics were about 20 times as insane, 50 times as violent and everything the mask said made little to no sense with little to no relevance... I wish they'd captured that in the movie... It wasn't a children's comic so why make it a children's movie
A comedy movie that feels like a wild old 1930s cartoon. Jim Carrey's face seems created for this film and Cameron Diaz has never looked better than here. It is full of insane visual gags and madness and it is hard to not be a little entertained by it.