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WATCH: I Love You Phillip Morris, The Trailer

Well it’s only been seventeen years since we first heard about Sundance darling I Love You Phillip Morris, but after a round of release dates that have come and gone, we’re finally off to the races on Dec. 3, where audiences will be able to see Jim Carrey pound a dude. Now, the tease.

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18 Comments

  • Alvaro

    I definitely recommend this film! I watched it abroad and it became one of my favorites, the script is simply genius.

  • Cam

    That looks hilarious!

  • Kieran

    I’m glad I didn’t see movies about gay people like this when I was young or else I might have killed myself too. Not only are gays sick, perverted and narcisistic, but now they’re portrayed as wacky criminals too. Apparently Hollywood has discovered the answer to the question of what gay people are for. Its to make straight people laugh at the movies.

  • FreddyMertz

    @Kieran: Go back to blogging Andrew Shirvell.

  • PLAYS WELL WITH OTHERS

    Everyone who has seen this flick seem to really like it…..

    Howeva I jus can’t seem to wrap my Gay brain around Jim Carey topping a dude…….. :p

  • Adrian

    I love how it says “COMING THIS CHRISTMAS” at the end of the trailor. lol

  • j

    @Kieran: I’m glad I didn’t have people belittle the plight of suicide victims when I was young, but maybe we’re both just thankful for different things. The idea that what all these kids faced was as minor as an unsympathetic movie (not that the movie is that, and not that you’ve even watched it) is repulsive and shows your basic lack of understanding surrounding suicide. Actually, why are you even commenting here again? People like you sicken me.

  • uu

    I like it, it seems like a good movie.

  • mountainword

    Ha ha! “Golf? – why don’t you just eat pussy?”

    I have to see this.

  • Luis Miran

    @Kieran: I hope u get raped and killed like any other stupid cunt. Burn in hell!!!

  • badlydrawnbear

    Saw Phillip Morris over in Europe months ago … excellent film, very funny.

    BTW the still accompanying the story is the most graphic the gay sex gets and is relatively early in the film. After that it’s all just holding hands and crap.

  • mikey

    @Kieran: you’re actually right! Guess people don’t wanna hear the truth!

  • JoeyB

    This will be sooooo approppriate for our gay kids to sit in the theater and watch with the bullies making fun of them. God almighty, don’t we ever learn… What an embarrassment this is. And why is not Jim Carrey doing an ad for “It Gets Better?”
    Shame.

  • JoeyB

    @Kieran: And the sad part is, a bunch of our queer so-called brothers, like Anderson Cooper, got all pissed of because of the phrase “Electric cars are gay”, and here we have a whole travesty of a film that is just one big stereotype after another. Oh, and that line at the end, “Fuck me with a flaming fist”? Wow, real classy. Pathetic crap put out by straight actors and bought by gay morons.

  • BubbasBack

    This movie looks like another big turd for Jim Carrey, who get more and more obnoxious with each movie. Burp.

  • Theo

    I saw the movie last night. It was really good???

  • Theo

    I saw the movie last night. It was really good :)

  • Lefty

    Great, great film.
    It’s the sort of film that’ll piss off conservative gays who only want “straight acting” and “positive” gays in their films (ie. dull and inoffensive).
    The point about it being made by straights is a fair one – but there are plenty of films from the last 20 or so years that were made by gays and most of them are dull, arty crap (Araki, Haynes, Van Sant).
    It’s based on a true story which is ultimately tragic, but inspiring.

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