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THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY is a no-holds-barred comedy tour-de-force in which 30-something Ben Stiller locates and courts his high school dreamgirl (Cameron Diaz), unwittingly enlisting the help of some of her more hilariously psychotic suitors. In-your-face sight gags and unapologetic raunchiness disguise a riotously funny love story that is actually very sweet. Be amazed at the impeccable casting and stellar performances of the supporting players.
Matt Dillon - American actor, DRUGSTORE COWBOY (1989)
W. Earl Brown - SUPPORTING ACTOR
Keith David - American character actor/voice actor, PITCH BLACK/SPAWN
Bobby Farrelly - Director/Screenwriter, THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY (1998)
Sarah Silverman - Actress
Richard Jenkins - American actor
Cameron Diaz - American Actress/THE MASK
Charles B. Wessler - PRODUCER\"IT'S PAT"
Brett Favre - Quarterback
Peter Farrelly - Director/Screenwriter, THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY (1998)
Frank Beddor - American Producer
John J. Strauss - SCREENWRITER\"OPTIONS"
Jeffrey Tambor - American film & TV actor
Markie Post - American TV Actress
Edward Decter - SCREENWRITER\"OPTIONS"
Ed Decter - SCREENWRITER\"OPTIONS"
Michael Steinberg - American Director/Producer
Lin Shaye - Actress/ Wife of Robert Shaye
Christopher Greenbury - Film editor not actor.
Mark Irwin - Director of Photography
Ben Stiller - American director/actor, MEET THE PARENTS (2000)
Lee Evans - Actor/"Funny Bones"
Khandi Alexander - Catherine Duke of TV's "NewsRadio"
Chris Elliott - Actor, GET A LIFE
Jonathan Richman - American Rock Musician
Emilio Diaz - Actor, THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY
"...THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY is sensational, sicko fun -- you won't believe your eyes....The biggest and boldest laughs around..." - 08/06/1998 Rolling Stone, p.75-6
"...Notable for its intelligence, invention and, unlikely as it may sound, compassion..." - 10/01/1998 Sight and Sound, p.57-8
"...This time the Farrellys....have it figured out....[Dillon is] magnificently venal....[Diaz has a] blithe,easy charm..." -- Rating: A- - 02/05/1999 Entertainment Weekly, pp.72-3
"...The Farrelly brothers have made a film that's a hoot in every sense....The film works ridiculously well because it never stoops to being mean-spirited....The Farrellys display a crazy audacity that's worth admiring..." - 07/15/1998 New York Times, p.E1
"...A fast-paced, hilarious comedy, THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY will have audiences laughing out loud..." - 08/01/1998 Box Office, p.46
"...This terrific ensemble throws itself into THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY....The cast's ability to treat ridiculous situations with complete seriousness creates a whole lot of laughter..." - 07/15/1998 Los Angeles Times, p.C1