There’s Something About Mary movie
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  • The movie is technically a romantic comedy but it's not boring like many of this type, this movie is about Ted (played by Ben Stiller) who falls for Mary (Diaz) he can't believe Mary asked him to the prom he assumed she was out of his league

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      This is a 1998 comedy film directed by the Farrelly Brothers and starring Cameron Diaz, Ben Stiller, and Matt Dillon. The movie is technically a romantic comedy but it’s not boring like many of this type, this movie is about Ted (played by Ben Stiller) who falls for Mary (Diaz) he can’t believe

      Mary asked him to the prom he assumed she was out of his league. He suffers a horrible accident in the restroom at Mary’s house and is rushed to the emergency room, Mary and her family move away and the film cuts forward many years later as Ted is still finding himself not ...

      • able to stop thinking about Mary, he hires a private investigator (Dillon) to find out information about her, he ends up falling for Mary to. The movie was really funny, the plot wasn’t that bad, but the real good parts just happen, you don’t even have to be following the movie to enjoy
        it. Mary’s mentally challenged brother Warren is one of the funniest characters, there are a lot of them though, and a lot of funny things that happen in this movie, all the actors do a really good job in the movie, it doesn’t get boring, it’s funny, and is one of my favorite comedy film’s.




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