"...And it's dishwasher safe!"The best part about 'The Truman Show' were the product placement ads. The first time I saw this movie, I didn't notice half of them. During my second viewing, I noticed more. It was more entertaining, but it didn't make up for the crappy story.
I don't care who died. If I lived on that island, you couldn't keep me there. I don't understand, even with suspension of disbelief, how they could expect us to believe that this man stayed in one place for 30 years. Pleeeeeeeeease.
Ed Harris brought the best acting in the film. He played the 'aged, yet still pretentious, artist' (yes, said like are-tee-st). I wanted to hit him by the time it was over, and that's damn fine acting.
Carrey did the best he could with the role, his comedic side bled through WAY too much. The wife was irritating as all hell.
Oh, and why didn't he get the girl at end?"...Macocoa, grown in the hills of Guatemala.."