Yes Man

October 14, 202148/1006491 min
(L-r) Allison (ZOOEY DESCHANEL) and Carl (JIM CARREY) in Warner Bros. Pictures' and Village Roadshow's comedy "Yes Man," distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.PHOTOGRAPHS TO BE USED SOLELY FOR ADVERTISING, PROMOTION, PUBLICITY OR REVIEWS OF THIS SPECIFIC MOTION PICTURE AND TO REMAIN THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDIO. NOT FOR SALE OR REDISTRIBUTION
Year
2008
Director
Peyton Reed
Age
13+
Country
United States,United Kingdom
Runtime
104.0
Language
English,Korean
Overall Score
Rating Overview
Imdb
68%
Rotten tomatoes
76%
vod-news
%
Rating Summary
The story itself is really simple: Carl (Jim Carrey), a very negative man, goes to a meeting among the very positive Yes people, whose charismatic leader (Terence Stamp) preaches that one should say Yes to all questions and agree with all propositions. Carl is reluctantly convinced to try it out, and after meeting a girl on a scooter (the ever so lovely Zooey Deschanel) all sorts of things start happening around him. But being 100% positive might be tricky sometimes

As the studio credits roll, a pop tune starts playing and it turns into the ring tone for Carl Allen (Jim Carrey). Carl sees ‘Unknown Caller’, which he ignores until he accidently answers the call. Carl is talking to his best friend Peter (Bradley Cooper) who is trying to persuade him to come to a gathering at the usual bar and Carl keeps trying to weasel out telling Peter that he’s at home and he’s got things to do but is really at the local Blockbuster renting movies like 300 and Transformers for a lonely night at home. During the conversation, we see Peter outside the store window, and Carl is caught.

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