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Anastasia Loule almost 5 years ago
My favourite Jim Carrey movie!
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
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srusnak 6 years ago
Kai Haaland 6 years ago
The Majestic is a 2001 American drama film, directed by Frank Darabont and starring Jim Carrey and Laurie Holden. Written by Michael Sloane, the film features a supporting cast of Martin Landau, James Whitmore, Bob Balaban, Jeffrey DeMunn, Hal Holbrook, and Bruce Campbell. Filmed in Ferndale, California, it was released by Warner Bros. Pictures on December 21, 2001. Jim Carrey's performance in The Majestic was a departure from his previous work, which were mostly comedy films. During the early 1950s, Peter Appleton (Jim Carrey), an up-and-coming young screenwriter, is accused of being a Communist because he attended an antiwar meeting in college years before, a meeting he claims he only attended to impress a girl. In an instant, his new film is pushed back for a few months, the credit is given to someone else, his movie star girlfriend leaves him, and his contract with the studio is dropped. His career in ruins, he gets drunk and accidentally drives his car off a bridge while trying...
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