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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

GREENLIGHT #116: The Number 23 (with "Sideways" and "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas")

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Ann and Les can count the ways they didn't enjoy the movie The Number 23 (2007.) It's supposedly a clever film about a man, played by Jim Carrey, who "finds himself" the main character in a murder mystery novel he's reading which revolves around the amazing coincidences related to the number twenty-three. Virginia Madsen plays his long-suffering wife and though she does well enough Ann thinks she couldn't do anything to help this disaster of a movie. Les thought she did. Billy Ray For their GREENLIGHT Rentals, Les recommends Ms. Madsen in a more recent and charming film called Sideways (2004.) She plays a woman who befriends two men in wine country who are out to carouse even though one is getting married in a week. Ann recommends a rental in which she actually liked Mr. Carrey as he plays the title character in director Ron Howard's version of the Christmas classic called How The Grinch Who Stole Christmas (2000.)

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