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Jurassic World - Official Trailer (HD)





Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park (1993), Isla Nublar now features a fully functioning dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as originally envisioned by John Hammond.

Director: Colin Trevorrow

Writers: Michael Crichton,Rick Jaffa

Stars: Chris Pratt, Judy Greer, Ty Simpkins

'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1' opened to $55 million on Friday




The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 opened to an estimated $55 million on Friday, which is easily the biggest opening day of the year so far.

Unfortunately, it's a big step back from the last two Hunger Games movies: Catching Fire opened to $71 million last year, while the original Hunger Games debuted to $67.3 million back in 2012.

Mockingjay also opened below the penultimate chapters of the Twilight and Harry Potter franchises ($71.2 million and $61.7 million, respectively).

If Mockingjay follows the typical Hunger Games pattern, it will finish the weekend with less than $130 million.

In a distant second place, Big Hero 6 was off 44 percent to an estimated $4.48 million. The Disney Animation hit is on pace to finish the weekend with around $19 million.

Dumb and Dumber To added $4.3 million on Friday, which is a massive 70 percent decline from opening day. The comedy sequel is on track to earn around $14 million this weekend.

Interstellar fell 49 percent to an estimated $4.22 million. To date, the movie has earned $109.8 million, and will be close to $120 million by the end of the weekend.

Weekend Projections
1. Mockingjay - $125 million
2. Big Hero 6 - $19 million
3. Interstellar - $14.2 million
4. Dumber To - $14 million

Interstellar Timeline





It uses the science of interstellar travel and relativity and blackholes and wormholes and fifth dimension just as a tool to tell an emotional story of a father who is trying to re-unite with his daughter whom he promised before going on a space voyage that he will come back. So, expecting ‘Interstellar’ to be 100% scientifically accurate is not only foolhardy, but also, not the right way to watch the film. In fact, many of the theories that ‘Interstellar’ uses, haven’t yet been proved, so it’s virtually impossible to portray them on-screen. Having said that, it doesn’t mean whatever ‘Interstellar’ deals in is all bullshit. In fact far from it. After all, there’s method behind all the madness that you see in Interstellar. So, let’s tackle it one by one.

What’s Plan ‘A’ and Plan ‘B’ ?

Early on in the film we find out that NASA is working on a plan to have humanity leave the earth in the face of impending catastrophe. The scientists have also learned that an unknown civilization (referred to as “they”, read below) have put created/put a wormhole near Saturn (read about wormholes below). The scientists have also found out after sending a number of expeditions in space that there are three habitable planets in another galaxy. They have named the planets after the explorers who went in search for them: Miller, Mann, Edmunds. And therefore, to understand which out of three planets is actually habitable, they are planning to send a team of scientists (Endurance) to these planets. Meanwhile, professor Brand (Michael Caine) himself has been working to solve a quantum equation for last several years that will solve the riddle of space, time and gravity.

Plan ‘A’ : During the time Endurance will be on its interstellar voyage, Dr. Brand will continue working on the equation, which if solved, will allow them to figure out all the five dimensions including gravity. After which, their plan is to carry all the remaining population of earth in a massive space station to whatever the most habitable planet is.

Plan ‘B': If Dr. Brand fails to solve the equation, they have a fallback option. NASA have harvested a bank of fertilized embryos which will be carried by the the Endurance team on their interstellar voayage, and in case the Earth gets destroyed, they will raise the next generation of humanity in a planet that they find most habitable.

Later in the film, Dr. Brand will reveal that Plan ‘A’ was never possible. To completely solve the equation he would have needed data from the center of black hole, which was impossible to get, and hence the whole plan was a lie.

Warmholes and how do they work ?

I think the film does a good job explaining the concept of wormholes in a very short and sweet way. One of scientists, Romilly, explains it pretty well using a paper and pencil; and it is precisely the concept of wormholes. It is shortcut in space-time. So, what would take light years to reach in space if followed the normal route, can be reached in a matter of minutes/hours/days through wormholes. Obviously, no wormholes have been discovered yet, but wormholes were always the part of solutions to the Einstein’s field equations for gravity.  Anyway, in the movie, the group of scientists use the wormhole (which initially scientists think has been put near Saturn by aliens) to reach to another galaxy where the three planets with life potential exist.

Black holes and compressing of time
Black holes are regions of spacetime from which gravity prevents anything, including light, from escaping” That’s the wikipedia definition of Black holes. In short, a place where gravity is excessively strong. So, strong that it even dilates time. The first planet, Miller, that Endurance team visits, has one hour on its surface correspond to seven years on earth. It is because, as mentioned in the film, Miller is located very close to a black hole called Gargantua, and hence time moves much slower on Miller than on Earth.

Who are “they” ?

Initially, NASA scientists think “they” to be some extraterrestrial aliens, who are advanced enough to have figured out the five dimensions and hence, can manipulate space and time, and for some unknown reason are also willing to help humans escape the doomed earth. NASA scientists also believe it is “they” who have placed the wormhole close to Saturn so that humans can use that as shortcut to other habitable planets. It is only in the final act of the film, when Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) falls into the blackhole to finally find himself in a Tesseract, does he realize that “they” are not aliens but actually future humans. The future humans, who have mastered laws of universe — space, time and gravity. It is the future humans, too, who constructed the Tesseract for Cooper to communicate with his daughter, and hence, save humans in the past. The implication here is that future humans are trying to save humanity so that they themselves can exist. (I understand, this is slightly ridiculing, since, future humans exist because someone in past was able to survive. It is kind of never ending loop).

Fifth Dimension and the ending

The most “difficult to understand” part of the film is Tesseract, or the cubic prism where Cooper finds himself after his spaceship gets destroyed inside the blackhole. Basically, it’s a three dimensional representation of the five dimensional space. And as already mentioned above, this Tesseract was created by future humans so that Cooper could communicate the data about singularity (center of blackhole) to his daughter, Murph (Jessica Chastain), so that she could solve the quantum equation. So, what is fifth dimension, and why is it important to understand ? Let’s dive in.

So, as we all know, we live in a three dimensional space. As per Einstein, and his theory of relativity, time can be considered as the 4th dimension. If you studied maths and graphs, you will remember, that on a two dimensional graph we represent the two dimensions with axis x and y. Also, to represent space, we must have a third axis z. With the three axes: x, y, z we represent the 3D space. Now, imagine this 3 dimensional space across a fourth dimension: time. So, what we are saying is, just like in a 2D graph for a constant x, we can go up and down the values of y; similarly, in a 4D space for a constant x, y and z we can go up and down the 4th dimension, that is time. That’s why and how theory of relativity supports time-travel.

Now, imagine a 4D space across a fifth dimension where gravity can, too, be controlled. Cooper falls, or is rather brought by future humans into this five dimensional space because:

1st: In a 5D space, he can traverse across time, and
2nd: Since gravity, too, is a variable entity in 5D Space, he can use gravity to communicate to his daughter the quantum data that was needed to solve the equation.

And that’s exactly what Cooper does. He time-travels to his past, and uses gravity to move hands of the Murph’s watch  to communicate the data to Murph in Morse code. With the data that she gets from her father, Murph is able to solve the equation, which enables humans to master space, time, and gravity. In short, they could now play around with space, time and gravity. That’s why you will see — towards end of the film — the sort of world that humans have created near Saturn; a world that defies rules of gravity and space.

Box Office: ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1′ On Track For Year’s Best Opening



“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ will enjoy the biggest opening of the year, but just how big a launch it receives is a matter of dispute.

Lionsgate, the studio behind the $1.6 billion-grossing franchise, is staking out a broad range, projecting the film will do between $130 million to $150 million when it bows Friday in 4,151 locations in North America. Most analysts are being bolder and predicting the hotly anticipated sequel will pull in $150 million at a minimum, noting that the previous two chapters both eclipsed that mark. Should the film top $160 million, it will be one of the five best opening weekends of all time.

Whatever the final tally, it will trump the $100 million that “Transformers: Age of Extinction” racked up last June — the year’s previous high-water mark.

“This isn’t one of the top-tier YA series, it’s one of the top-tier series in all of filmdom,” said Jeff Bock, an analyst with Exhibitor Relations.

Indeed, “The Hunger Games” now breaths rarefied air. It’s a franchise on the level of “Lord of the Rings,” “Star Wars,” Batman and James Bond. Unlike other blue chip series, it broke into the pantheon without the benefit of 3D. In the case of “Mockingjay – Part 1,” it will not get an Imax boost, something that’s its predecessors benefited from when they were released. Those screens are reserved for “Interstellar.”

But analysts think that the lack of premium bells and whistles and their attendant surcharges won’t dent “Mockingjay – Part 1′s” opening.

“You could release ‘The Hunger Games’ in early February and have a hit,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Rentrak. “It doesn’t matter where on the calendar it falls. It’s that strong.”

In addition to its U.S. opening, “Mockingjay – Part 1″ will also release day-and-date in 85 international markets. That’s most of the major territories except for China, Japan and India.

“Mockingjay – Part 1″ will keep chugging right through its debut weekend and into the Thanksgiving holidays. It could top box office charts for three consecutive weekends, at least until “Exodus: Gods and Kings” storms into theaters on Dec. 12.

In a sign of its expected dominance, no other major studio film will hit theaters this weekend. Among holdovers, “Interstellar” and “Big Hero 6″ should be able to withstand Katniss’ arrows, looking to pull in $22 million and $17 million, respectively. Look for last weekend’s champ, “Dumb and Dumber To,” to make roughly $20 million.

“Mockingjay – Part 1″ cost approximately $140 million to produce and stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and Philip Seymour Hoffman in one of his last completed roles before his death this year. Francis Lawrence, who oversaw “Catching Fire,” returns to the director’s chair.

Grammy winner John Legend's closet up for sale




Grammy-winner John Legend has put up his velvet-trim Valentino pants, worth US $145, along with 150 other items from his closet on online sale.

The clothes on Tuesday went on sale at TheRealReal.Com, a high-end online shop, for one week up to November 25, said The Hollywood Reporter.

The clothes include lots of sneakers, including a pair of highly-coveted Louis Vuitton x Kanye sneaks (US $425) and Nike Air Jordan high-tops (US $125).

Legend has his ideal cool-weather evening jacket, a velvet Valentino blazer, for US $225 on sale too.

All proceeds from the sale will go to Legend's Show Me Campaign, which has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to give education scholarships to children in the US, Ghana, Kenya and Malawi since its 2007 inception.

"It's about how we can do our part to help break the cycle of poverty and we focus on education as the key tool for doing that," said the All of Me singer.

'Hell-raiser' Justin Bieber goes religious


Justin Bieber is taking a break from music to spread the word of god.

The 20-year-old singer is on a self-proclaimed 'religious mission', and will be staying in Rancho Mirage outside Palm Springs for 2 weeks with a pastor, exiling himself from friends, alcohol, weed and other things that aren't considered good by the holy lord, TMZ.com reported.

In a picture, Bieber, who was baptized in a New York City (NYC) bathtub earlier this summer, is seen with a book by his side titled Occupy All Streets, which teaches how to spread the word of god and resist bad temptations. 

Restored classics of Charlie Chaplin

Restored classics of Charlie Chaplin, Francois Truffaut to be screened at International Film Festival of India
The movies of two of the world cinema's biggest legends – Charlie Chaplin and Francois Truffaut - would be screened in the restored classics section of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) here.

A Woman of Paris (1923) and Limelight (1952), produced and directed by Chaplin, would be showcased during the 11-day-long festival.

The organisers have curated a special section for the screening of these restored classics from black and white era.

"Chaplin is indisputably the greatest cinema legend the world has ever known. As an actor who combined comedy and poignancy like no one else before or since, his work has defined the potential of film entertainment for all times, and for the whole world," IFFI organisers said while introducing the section in the festival's souvenir.

A Woman of Paris is the story of a comedian's effort to help a despondent ballet dancer learn to feel confident about life again.

The 1952 classic Limelight is about a woman who misunderstands her lover and later commits suicide after going through a turbulent life as she has to chose between true love and security.

Besides, two films - The Last Metro (1980) and The Wild Child (1969) - of French movie legend Francois Truffaut would also be screened in the restored classics section.

"Truffaut, a timeless icon, spearheaded one of the world's most influential film movements. His vision continues to illuminate the way for many filmmakers around the world to this day, 30 years after his death," the organisers said about the filmmaker who passed away in 1984.

The Last Metro is a story of love and adventure, set in 1942 in Paris, in the theatre world during the German occupation just as the French zone is about to be invaded.

The Wild Child is set in the late 1700s and is the story of a child who spent the first 11-12 years of his life with little or no human contact.

IFFI would be held in Goa from November 20-30.

Exclusive Photos - 'The Woman in Black 2 Angel of Death'




40 years after the first haunting at Eel Marsh House, a group of children evacuated from WWII London arrive, awakening the house's darkest inhabitant.

Director: Tom Harper
Writers: Jon Croker(screenplay),Jon Croker

Stars: Helen McCrory, Jeremy Irvine, Leilah de Meza

 




Peanuts Trailer 2015




2014 HOLLYWOOD FILM AWARDS














Hollywood Film awards (2014) full list of winners

Best film
Gone Girl

Best actor
Benedict Cumberbatch for The Imitation Game

Best blockbuster
Guardians of the Galaxy

Best documentary
Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon

Best actress 
Julianne Moore for Still Alice

Career achievement
Michael Keaton

Best animation
How to Train Your Dragon 2

Best comedy film
Top Five

New Hollywood award
Jack O’Connell for Unbroken

Best ensemble
Foxcatcher

Best director 
Morten Tyldum for The Imitation Game

Best song
What is Love? from Rio 2

Best screenwriter
Gillian Flynn for Gone Girl

Breakout performance actor
Eddie Redmayne for The Theory of Everything

Breakthrough director
Jean-Marc Vallee for Wild

Best supporting actress
Keira Knightley for The Imitation Game

Breakout performance actress
Shailene Woodley for The Fault in Our Stars

Best supporting actor
Robert Duvall for The Judge

Best cinematography
Birdman

International award
Jing Tian

Best visual effects
Transformers: Age of Extinction

Best film composer
Alexandre Desplat for The Imitation Game

Best costume design
The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best editing
Fury

Best production design
Maleficent

Best sound
Gone Girl

Best makeup and hairstyling
Guardians of the Galaxy

Drunken Johnny Depp

Apparently drunk Johnny Depp cut off at Hollywood Film Awards ceremony

Actor was slurring his words and unsteady on his feet while presenting award
Depp struggles with microphone and says: ‘It’s one of those nights’



Johnny Depp opened the Hollywood awards season on a high note on Friday night, appearing to be drunk and being cut off while presenting at the Hollywood Film Awards in Los Angeles, which were being televised for the first time.
Depp was on stage to present the documentary award to Mike Myers’s Supermensch: the Legend of Shep Gordon.
“That’s the weirdest microphone I’ve seen in my life,” he began, before struggling with the recalcitrant equipment, to laughter.
He added: “I’m not very good at this kind of thing,” before broadcaster CBS blanked out a swearword or two.
“No-no,” Depp continued. “Watch, I’m going to read this thing.”
Attempting to focus on the autocue, the star, who was wearing dark glasses, slurring his words and was distinctly unsteady on his feet, said: “For decades, Shep Gordon has been one of the most beloved and respected talent managers in the music industry. He is also currently the star of the documentary Supermensch – because he is a mensch – and I have been very, very, er … lucky to have him in my life.
“He’s someone I consider a great friend, somebody … uh, yeah, uh … incredibly, uh … loyal, loyal friend. Um. And so … you have to watch the film. Yeah, there you go.”
After asking “What’s that say?” Depp appeared to swear and was blanked out again. After saying “I mean, it’s one of those nights”, he was cut-off by a clips package.
Gordon was pictured during the speech. Like the rest of a bemused audience, he was laughing. Depp carried out the presentation.
Other winners at the awards, which do not involve nominations and largely dealt with films not yet released to the public, included Benedict Cumberbatch as best actor for The Imitation Game, in which he plays the British second world war codebreaker Alan Turing. Morten Tyldum won for directing the film.
Depp’s current projects include Mortdecai, an adaptation of a trilogy of beloved cult novels by Kyril Bonfiglioli in which he plays a louche art dealer. It is due out in the US on 23 January.

THE SCIENCE AND LOGIC BEHIND ‘INTERSTELLAR’


 It uses the science of interstellar travel and relativity and blackholes and wormholes and fifth dimension just as a tool to tell an emotional story of a father who is trying to re-unite with his daughter whom he promised before going on a space voyage that he will come back. So, expecting ‘Interstellar’ to be 100% scientifically accurate is not only foolhardy, but also, not the right way to watch the film. In fact, many of the theories that ‘Interstellar’ uses, haven’t yet been proved, so it’s virtually impossible to portray them on-screen. Having said that, it doesn’t mean whatever ‘Interstellar’ deals in is all bullshit. In fact far from it. After all, there’s method behind all the madness that you see in Interstellar. So, let’s tackle it one by one.

What’s Plan ‘A’ and Plan ‘B’ ?

Early on in the film we find out that NASA is working on a plan to have humanity leave the earth in the face of impending catastrophe. The scientists have also learned that an unknown civilization (referred to as “they”, read below) have put created/put a wormhole near Saturn (read about wormholes below). The scientists have also found out after sending a number of expeditions in space that there are three habitable planets in another galaxy. They have named the planets after the explorers who went in search for them: Miller, Mann, Edmunds. And therefore, to understand which out of three planets is actually habitable, they are planning to send a team of scientists (Endurance) to these planets. Meanwhile, professor Brand (Michael Caine) himself has been working to solve a quantum equation for last several years that will solve the riddle of space, time and gravity.
Plan ‘A’ : During the time Endurance will be on its interstellar voyage, Dr. Brand will continue working on the equation, which if solved, will allow them to figure out all the five dimensions including gravity. After which, their plan is to carry all the remaining population of earth in a massive space station to whatever the most habitable planet is.
Plan ‘B': If Dr. Brand fails to solve the equation, they have a fallback option. NASA have harvested a bank of fertilized embryos which will be carried by the the Endurance team on their interstellar voayage, and in case the Earth gets destroyed, they will raise the next generation of humanity in a planet that they find most habitable.
Later in the film, Dr. Brand will reveal that Plan ‘A’ was never possible. To completely solve the equation he would have needed data from the center of black hole, which was impossible to get, and hence the whole plan was a lie.

Warmholes and how do they work ?

I think the film does a good job explaining the concept of wormholes in a very short and sweet way. One of scientists, Romilly, explains it pretty well using a paper and pencil; and it is precisely the concept of wormholes. It is shortcut in space-time. So, what would take light years to reach in space if followed the normal route, can be reached in a matter of minutes/hours/days through wormholes. Obviously, no wormholes have been discovered yet, but wormholes were always the part of solutions to the Einstein’s field equations for gravity.  Anyway, in the movie, the group of scientists use the wormhole (which initially scientists think has been put near Saturn by aliens) to reach to another galaxy where the three planets with life potential exist.
Black holes and compressing of time
Black holes are regions of spacetime from which gravity prevents anything, including light, from escaping” That’s the wikipedia definition of Black holes. In short, a place where gravity is excessively strong. So, strong that it even dilates time. The first planet, Miller, that Endurance team visits, has one hour on its surface correspond to seven years on earth. It is because, as mentioned in the film, Miller is located very close to a black hole called Gargantua, and hence time moves much slower on Miller than on Earth.

Who are “they” ?

Initially, NASA scientists think “they” to be some extraterrestrial aliens, who are advanced enough to have figured out the five dimensions and hence, can manipulate space and time, and for some unknown reason are also willing to help humans escape the doomed earth. NASA scientists also believe it is “they” who have placed the wormhole close to Saturn so that humans can use that as shortcut to other habitable planets. It is only in the final act of the film, when Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) falls into the blackhole to finally find himself in a Tesseract, does he realize that “they” are not aliens but actually future humans. The future humans, who have mastered laws of universe — space, time and gravity. It is the future humans, too, who constructed the Tesseract for Cooper to communicate with his daughter, and hence, save humans in the past. The implication here is that future humans are trying to save humanity so that they themselves can exist. (I understand, this is slightly ridiculing, since, future humans exist because someone in past was able to survive. It is kind of never ending loop).

Fifth Dimension and the ending

The most “difficult to understand” part of the film is Tesseract, or the cubic prism where Cooper finds himself after his spaceship gets destroyed inside the blackhole. Basically, it’s a three dimensional representation of the five dimensional space. And as already mentioned above, this Tesseract was created by future humans so that Cooper could communicate the data about singularity (center of blackhole) to his daughter, Murph (Jessica Chastain), so that she could solve the quantum equation. So, what is fifth dimension, and why is it important to understand ? Let’s dive in.
So, as we all know, we live in a three dimensional space. As per Einstein, and his theory of relativity, time can be considered as the 4th dimension. If you studied maths and graphs, you will remember, that on a two dimensional graph we represent the two dimensions with axis x and y. Also, to represent space, we must have a third axis z. With the three axes: x, y, z we represent the 3D space. Now, imagine this 3 dimensional space across a fourth dimension: time. So, what we are saying is, just like in a 2D graph for a constant x, we can go up and down the values of y; similarly, in a 4D space for a constant x, y and z we can go up and down the 4th dimension, that is time. That’s why and how theory of relativity supports time-travel.

Now, imagine a 4D space across a fifth dimension where gravity can, too, be controlled. Cooper falls, or is rather brought by future humans into this five dimensional space because:

1st: In a 5D space, he can traverse across time, and
2nd: Since gravity, too, is a variable entity in 5D Space, he can use gravity to communicate to his daughter the quantum data that was needed to solve the equation.

And that’s exactly what Cooper does. He time-travels to his past, and uses gravity to move hands of the Murph’s watch  to communicate the data to Murph in Morse code. With the data that she gets from her father, Murph is able to solve the equation, which enables humans to master space, time, and gravity. In short, they could now play around with space, time and gravity. That’s why you will see — towards end of the film — the sort of world that humans have created near Saturn; a world that defies rules of gravity and space.

Lingaa Mano Song - Teaser




‘Kung Fu Hustle’ to Be Re-Released in 3D


HONG KONG — Iconic Hong Kong actor-director Stephen Chow’s hit “Kung Fu Hustle” is to be rereleased as a 3D movie in China.

The kinetic comedy actioner was originally released in 2004. It has been “comprehensively enhanced” and will be released in Mandarin and Cantonese versions by China Film Group, Huayi Brothers and Sony / Columbia Pictures.

The release date is tentatively set for Dec. 24.

Althought the 2004 original grossed $17 million in North America, there are currently no plans to re-release the 3D film outside mainland China, a Sony spokesman said.

The original film grossed RMB170 million in China, worth $20 million at prevailing 2004 exchange rates and $27.6 million at today’s rates.

Since that time the Chinese film industry has been transformed by modernization and multiplexing and the national box office has multiplied more than 30-fold. That gives the rerelease a strong chance of beating the score of the original outing.

Chow’s last theatrical release “Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons” was released in early 2013 and grossed $196 million.

Wong Kar-wai’s “The Grandmaster,” which was also released early last year, is also set to re-release as a 3D conversion by Bona Film Group. Its release date has now been pushed from this month to Jan. 8, 2015.

Ajith in Yennai Arinthaal Movie-Latest Stills














Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014)-Trailer

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014)




Larry spans the globe, uniting favorite and new characters while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it is gone forever.


Director: Shawn Levy
Writers: David Guion (screenplay), Michael Handelman (screenplay)
Stars: Robin Williams, Dan Stevens, Ben Stiller

Box office report: 'Dumb and Dumber To' beats 'Big Hero 6'

Dumb and Dumber fans flocked to theaters for the long-awaited Dumb and Dumber To this weekend. The sequel made an estimated $38.1 million for a strong debut — one that beat out Disney’s Big Hero 6.




1. Dumb and Dumber To - $38.1 million

2. Big Hero 6 - $36 million

3. Interstellar - $29 million

4. Beyond the Lights - $6.5 million

5. Gone Girl - $4.6 million

REVEIW-DUMB AND DUMBER TO (2014)


Review: Can't Get Much Dummer Than Dumb and Dumber To


Dumb and Dumber To is not required viewing but, with Carrey and Daniels back in the starring roles, the sequel delivers a fair number of enjoyable (though moronic) laughs.

Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels reprise their signature roles as Lloyd and Harry in the sequel to the smash hit that took the physical comedy and kicked it in the nuts: Dumb and Dumber To. The original film's directors, Peter and Bobby Farrelly, take Lloyd and Harry on a road trip to find a child Harry never knew he had and the responsibility neither should ever, ever be given. The Farrelly brothers produce Dumb and Dumber To alongside Riza Aziz and Joey McFarland of Red Granite Pictures. They are joined by fellow producers Charles B. Wessler and Bradley Thomas. Universal Pictures will distribute the film in the United States, Canada and select international territories.(C) Universal