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ImprimerI Love You Phillip Morris (2009)

Directors: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa
Writers: John Requa, Glenn Ficarra, Steve McVicker
Genre: Comedy
Country: USA
Year: 2009
Duration: 109 min
Language: English

Stars: Jim Carrey, Ewan McGregor and Leslie Mann

 

 

 

 

 

cc1Steve Russel je sretno oženjen sa Debbie, lokalni policajac i uzoran gradjanin sve dok nakon jedne saobraćajne nesreće ne odluči da svima przna da je gay koji krijući od svih jebe pedere!
Onda sav srećan jer je napokon postao slobodan od svih mizernih Str8 ljudi koji ga okružuju napusti posao i Debbie i počne da uživa u sretnom gay životu. Našao partnera, obilazio gay barove, saune, gay hotele, resorte, ma sva gay lijepa i skupa mjesta! Njegova sreća je što je tokom svoh str8 života naučio da dobro laže pa je tu svoju sposobnost iskoristio da po nekoliko puta završi u zatvor zbog prevara. Uvjek postoji dobar izgovor za njegovo ponašanje – zaljubljen je u Phillipa Morisa kojeg je upoznao u zatvorskoj biblioteci krijući se od opakih zatvorenika koji vole mlade plavušane koji dooobro puše!

Iako je ovo samo jedna od gomile gay komedija suština priče je istinita. Većina pedera na balkanu prođe kroz faze upoznavanja sebe, laganja okoline, laganja sebe i na kraju laganje onoga koga vole.
Jednom sam dobio email čija sadržina izgleda otprilike ovako:
Dragi moj prijatelju Orvel,
neznam ko si ali redovno čitam tvoj blog. Otišao sam sa balkana jer nisam htio da patim i krijem da sam gej. Sada živim u Americi. Nisam se odmah dobro snašao, ali sada je sve Ok. Uživao sam u svakodnevnom seksu, probao sam i sa crncima i sa kinezima, japancima , meksikancima, orgije i zabave. Sada sam opet nekako nezadovoljan. Nedostaje mi moj rodni grad, ljudi koje sam lagao i za koje znam da me i dalje vole…..

Nisam se mnogo dopisivao sa njim, ali sam mu rekao da laganje ljudi nije isto što i prećutkivanje sa kim dijeliš sopstveno dupe. Ako si normalan i dobar čovjek, ljudi će te voljeti bez obzira sa kim spavaš. Niko od tebe i ne očekuje da im o tome pričaš.

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VARIETY.COM By JOHN ANDERSON

cc3Less of a comedy than a hilarious tragedy, “I Love You Phillip Morris” stars Jim Carrey in his most complicated comedic role since “The Cable Guy” and as a character so criminal and gay it will leave auds both laughing and stunned. The rawness of the script by helmers Glenn Ficarra and John Requa and sexual bluntness of Carrey and Ewan McGregor’s onscreen romance could limit the film’s exposure, but curiosity about Carrey’s “conversion” will be a big draw. And no one can say that all involved weren’t swinging for the fences.
Based on a real-life story and the novel by onetime Houston Chronicle reporter Steve McVicker, “Phillip Morris” (the cigarette maker spells it with one L) is largely a portrait of a born criminal: During his larcenous lifetime, Steven Russell (Carrey) masquerades as a lawyer and a CEO, passes bad checks, and commits bank fraud, insurance fraud and credit card fraud.

That the film is a gay romance — Phillip Morris (McGregor) will become the love and motivating force of Steven’s life — doesn’t change the fact the lead character is a sociopath, whose first instinct when faced with difficulty is to find some felonious way around it.

cc2Helmers Ficarra and Requa (who penned the equally transgressive “Bad Santa”) load the first 10 minutes of “Phillip Morris” with so much action and development one can’t help but get swept away: After the young Steven is told he’s adopted (the scene with his parents is priceless), he resolves to be the best person he can be, grows up to be a Georgia policeman, plays organ in church, marries Debbie (a terrific Leslie Mann), has two kids, infiltrates the police computer to find his real mother (Mary Louise Burke), is rebuffed by her, goes into a tailspin, has a nasty car crash and emerges from it vowing never to live a lie again: He’s a gay man, and he’s going for it. And he starts living one lie after another.

Carrey has always been a very physical comedian, and though “Phillip Morris” never overplays that fact, Carrey’s body is a large part of the comedy, particularly when Steven moves to Florida and adopts a flamboyant lifestyle and a flamboyant boyfriend (Rodrigo Santoro). Steven also cultivates a South Beach existence on a Costco income. “Being gay is really expensive” he discovers, so he starts kiting checks and collecting maxed-out credit cards, eventually going to prison, where he meets gentle blond cell nymph Phillip Morris.

cc4It’s hard to tell how viewers will react to “Phillip Morris,” which has a distinct vein of darkness running beneath its glossy, well-lit, well-costumed surfaces. The direction is more than adept — many of the laughs erupt at the end of scenes, as Carrey or McGregor toss off some seemingly random line, and it sticks.

The cutting, juxtaposition of scenes and reaction shots hit their targets precisely, with Steven’s occasional suicidal plunge turned into a laugh. But given all the references to oral sex, the clingy physicality of Steven and Phillip and the one spectacular, ride-’em-cowboy sex scene involving Carrey, “Phillip Morris” will give some fans of “Ace Ventura” heart attacks.

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