Son of the Mask
- Details: US/ 90 mins/ (12PG).
What to say about a movie where the entire plot seems to have been written on the back of a postage stamp with plenty of space to spare? As ridiculous as The Mask was, at least it could rely on the sheer force of Carrey's personality - and a scantily clad Cameron Diaz - to pull it through the roughest patches. With Son of Mask, however, there's no such safeguard; Kennedy can be charitably described as a discount version of Carrey, while the script's gags are as fresh as a Status Quo riff. The result? A comedy with precious few moments worthy of the name.
Review by Garreth Murphy | 09:00 | Wednesday 16th February 2005 | Movie Review
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