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When the Farrelly brothers released their original DUMB AND DUMBER back in 1994, it was met with fairly positive reviews, and within a few years, even heralded as a cult classic comedy. Now two decades later, DUMB AND DUMBER TO (2014) starring Jim Carry, Jeff Daniels, and Rob Riggle has finally been released—unfortunately, this time the review is not as favorable. Are the actors too old to pull off their comedic roles, or has flatulence and diarrhea lost its humorous charm? Either way, I’ve chosen to just enjoy the original and wipe the sequel from my mind.

It’s been twenty years since they first teamed up, and now Lloyd and Harry are reunited in a joint quest to bring Harry and his daughter face to face. Living for two decades without even a hint that he’d fathered a child, Harry now feels a desperate need to recapture a lifetime of memories and build a family unit with his only known genetic match.

Without a connection to the disastrous prequel DUMB AND DUMBERER: WHEN HARRY MET LLOYD (2003), this latest addition to the DUMB AND DUMBER franchise was anxiously anticipated by audiences. With the star power that Carrey and Daniels have professionally cultivated over the decades, and the fact that the Farrelly brothers had reclaimed the reigns of their original project, nothing can change the fact that audiences are still going to be disappointed with DUMB AND DUMBER TO.

Even the cameo appearance of Mama June, matriarch of the cancelled television series HERE COMES HONEY BOO BOO (2012-2014), may leave viewers with a bad taste in their mouths as the custody of June’s biological children may be in jeopardy since her renewed association with the man convicted of pedophilia with one of her own daughters. Directed by Bobby and Peter Farelly, Rated PG-13, 109 Minutes, Comedy, Sequel. **2 stars out of 5.

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Reviewed by Lynne Martin November 21, 2014
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