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Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls an American comedy film starring Jim Carrey, the 1995 sequel to the film Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
Africa's the place and Ace is on the case, setting out to rescue an animal he loathes – a bat! Jim Carrey returns as Ace, the alligator wrasslin', elephant calling, monkeyshining, loogie-launching, burning coals-crossing, disguise mastering pet detective. If you're ready to laugh like a pack of hyenas, if you want more fun than an industrial-sized barrel of monkeys, you know what to do. Heed the call.
Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls Reviews
“Written and directed by Steve Oedekerk, the latest "Ace” has a little more of everything than the first: more special effects, goofy props and “Airplane”-like sight gags." Washington Post
“A bad locker-room joke, spun out to feature length and executed at obscene cost. This sequel to 1994's surprise blockbuster is shamelessly stupid, willfully juvenile and generally just plain gross – which is, after all, the point…it's better made than the first film, and it's bound to gratify anyone in need of further gags about flatulence, masturbation, vomiting, excretion and other lofty aspects of the human condition.” 3/4 TV Guide
“like Jerry Lewis, and, to a degree, Steve Martin, Carrey can make the idiotic seem inspired, and his manic mugging creates some big laughs.” The New Yorker
“..as fresh, brash and outrageous as the original…Carrey is in excellent form, with razorlike observation and a pliant physicality that continues to defy the tenets of “Gray’s Anatomy.” Though his manner echoes past clowns as diverse as Keaton and Jerry Lewis, no one has ventured out on the thin limb of taste to this extent without breaking a bough. Just watching the material work is scarier than anything in a David Cronenberg movie.Supporting players nicely complement the antics. There’s also a seamless quality to this around-the-world kook’s tour that subs the Canadian Rockies and a South Carolina animal refuge, respectively, for the remote and raw Himalayan and African locales.” Variety
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