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Dumb and Dumber 
Harry and Lloyd: A match made in heaven
4/4 stars

Ah Yea, good old Harry and Lloyd. Who doesn't like these two? Most definitely the best comedy of the 90's and surely in the top ten of all time. This movie starts right away and doesn't let up at all even at the end. These two have good hearts, but there brains are pretty much absent. But this makes for an infinitely funnier movie. They are trying to track down a woman by the name of Mary Swanson because she left her briefcase at the airport while Lloyd was dropping her off at the airport. They know she's headed to Aspen and decide to take a trip down there so they can find her and return her briefcase. What they don't know (not at first anyway) is that the briefcase is a million dollar ransom to get back Mary's husband. What is also unknown to them is that they are being followed by to hitmen who are working for Mr. Andre, a friend of the family who has kidnapped Mary's husband, also unknown to the Swanson family. The funniest thing, to me anyway, is that Harry and Lloyd end up being the heroes of the movie!! A must see!!


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