The Farrelly Brothers on their 7 Most Memorable Scenes

The Farrelly Brothers on Their 7 Most Memorable Scenes

The Farrelly Brothers on Their 7 Most Memorable Scenes The ’Dumb & Dumber’ directors discuss the dirty, hilarious, and impossible-to-forget moments from their movies and how they came together.

‘There’s Something About Mary’ at 20: Cameron Diaz on …

One of the most memorable scenes in the Farrelly Brothers’ classic romantic comedy “There’s Something About Mary” finds hapless high school student Ted (Ben Stiller) accidentally getting his penis stuck in his fly in the bathroom of the house of his beautiful prom date Mary (Cameron Diaz).

The Three Stooges (2012 film) – Wikipedia

The Three Stooges was released on DVD and Blu-ray on July 17, 2012. The release includes behind-the-scenes featurettes, a screen test featuring the three lead actors testing out a scene later reshot for the movie, and a selection of deleted scenes.

Produced by: Bobby Farrelly, Peter Farrelly, Bradley Thomas, Charles B. Wessler

‘There’s Something About Mary’ at 20: Cameron Diaz, …

According to Bobby Farrelly, the sidesplitting “frank and beans” sequence in the box office hit, celebrating its 20th anniversary on July 15, is based on a real incident. “Homer said it best,” Farrelly said. “He said, ‘It’s funny because it’s true.’ And so, the things that actually do happen are funnier to us.

‘There’s Something About Mary’ at 20: Cameron Diaz on

One of the most memorable scenes in the Farrelly Brothers’ classic romantic comedy “There’s Something About Mary” finds hapless high school student Ted (Ben Stiller) accidentally getting his penis stuck in his fly in the bathroom of the house of his beautiful prom date Mary (Cameron Diaz).

The 20 Most Quotable Comedy Movies of All Time « …

What are the Coen Brothers saying about society by the characters “The Dude” interact with? Is there meaning, or is it just meant to be enjoyed as a stoner comedy? Let’s the following quotes help you decide. Memorable Quotes: 1. “Let me explain something to you. Um, I am not “Mr. Lebowski”. You’re Mr. Lebowski. I’m the Dude.

Kingpin (1996) – Trivia – IMDb

Peter Farrelly called the film’s box-office failure the biggest disappointment of their career, attributing the failure to its release during the 1996 Olympics. Farrelly said that it was crushing. However, he said that six to eight months later, when the film was released on home video, it became a big hit.

10 Farrelly Brothers Secrets You Didn’t Know | …

We’re telling you there’s a chance you didn’t know these 10 things about the brothers and their films, the Dumb and Dumber scene they had to fight with the Peter Farrelly had a now-famous

Roadtrip to Aspen: Mapping the Iconic Spots of Dumb

Here’s the catch: while the Farrelly brothers did film in Colorado, no scenes were ever filmed in Aspen. We break down where all the wannabe-Aspen ski moments were filmed, from Salt Lake City to Breckenridge .

Ranking the Farrelly Brothers’ Comedies | Movie Muse

The Farrelly Brothers are often considered the fathers of R-rated comedy. “Me, Myself & Irene” was their second behind the No.1 film on this list, but also stands as the filmmakers’ deepest foray into black comedy territory as Jim Carrey plays Charlie, a schizophrenic whose alter ego, “Hank,” causes a ruckus, which is not helpful because Charlie is a …