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Jim Carrey reveals the worst film of his career: “It was a mistake of his youth”

Jim Carrey rivela qual è il peggior film della sua carriera: «È stato un errore di gioventù»

The famous and much loved Jim Carrey has worked in the world of cinema for more than 40 years, and has therefore had the opportunity to really try his hand at works of all kinds. He has in fact achieved stardom for his performances in comedies such as Ace Ventura, The Mask, Liar Liar e The Grinchbut also for more dramatic films such as Number 23 e Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. It is obvious, after so many years of career, that there are films of which he is most proud and others which, if he could go back in time, he certainly would not do again. However, Jim Carrey has stated that, if he could, he would even erase participation in a particular film from his memory.

Jim Carrey regretted taking part in one particular film

It was 1981 when Jim Carrey, 19 years old at the time, joined the cast of the film All in Good Taste (in Italian translated with All tasteful), a film that tells the story of an aspiring director who would like to tell the story of an orphan and his dog, but who finds himself dealing with a film with strippers. On this occasion, Jim Carrey has not lent his face to the main character but a cameraman who appears completely naked, without saying a single word. The actor has candidly stated that he is not particularly proud of this role, simply labeling it as “a mistake of youth”.

jim carrey all in good taste

All in Good Taste it’s not the only movie the actor regretted making. Years after its release, in fact, he claimed he wasn’t too proud of either Kick-Ass 2for completely different reasons. In fact, he admitted that he had changed his perspective on the use of violence after one episode in particular, namely the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and that he no longer felt comfortable with what was shown in the film in question.

Jim Carrey is not proud of his participation in All in Good Taste

The actor’s official farewell to the world of cinema dates back to a year ago, even if a part of us hopes that sooner or later he will change his mind. These are his words about this (perhaps) definitive greeting: “I retire, I’m quite serious. If the angels bring me some sort of script written in gold ink, and tell me that script is going to really matter to people, I might as well come back. Now I’m taking a break. I really like my quiet life, and I really love painting on canvas, and I really love my spiritual life, and I feel good. And that’s something you may never hear another celebrity say again. I’ve had enough. I’ve done enough. Are quite”