Me, Myself & Irene

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Me, Myself & Irene is a 2000 film directed by the Farrelly Brothers and starring Jim Carrey. The film is about a Rhode Island state trooper named Charlie who, after years of continuously suppressing his rage and feelings, suffers a psychotic breakdown which results in a second personality, Hank.

From gentle to mental (taglines)

Charlie Baileygates/Hank Evans[edit]

  • Charlie's like origami, he folds under pressure.
  • Just because I rock doesn't mean I'm made of stone.
  • Yeah, she's pretty much screwed. Come on, I'll buy you a beer.
  • This is my body! Do you understand that? I'm calling the shots from now on, Hank. I don't need you to fight my battles for me. If you can back down from something this important, you're nothing at all. YOU'RE NOTHING AT ALLLLLLLLLLLLLL!

Others[edit]

  • Narrator: It's funny how a man reacts when his heart gets broken. Some break down and cry like a baby. Others, they take out an Uzi and climb a clock tower.

Dialogues[edit]

Hank: Still wanna skip-rope in the street?
Little Girl: I'm gonna tell my daddy on you, Charlie!
Hank: Wrong answer. And the name's Hank, fuckface.

Charlie: Alright, Hank, truce?
Hank: For now, fucker.

Charlie: Hank, we're shot.
Hank: Come on, you pussy. It's just a flesh wound.

Charlie: [seeing Lieutenant Gerke in the road] Oh, shit!
Hank: Don't worry about him. [runs over Lieutenant Gerke]
Charlie: Hank, what have you done?! Oh my God!
Hank: Don't you just love it?

Hank: What the hell are you still doing here?
Charlie: You can't just throw me away, Hank. We're in this together.

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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