Kid reviews for Dumb and Dumber

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Common Sense says

age 13+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 12+

Based on 39 reviews

Kids say

age 11+

Based on 104 reviews

age 13+

my thoughts...

Just a bunch of low-brow, gross-out comedy.
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age 13+
Comedy is key in funny road trip story.
age 12+

One of the funniest movies I've ever watched. I find my self watching this about twice a week.

This title has:

Too much sex
age 14+

Oh please no...

Good grief. This was just not my cup of tea. Lots of bathroom humor, sex humor, outrageous humor, and stupidity. It lives up to its title, but it wasn't for me. I wouldn't show this to young kids.

This title has:

Too much sex
age 10+
age 12+

Best of Jim

LOVE THIS FILM. This and ace Ventura are Carrey's best films, this ones a little better tho, I love this movie it his freaking hilarious and so good, I recommend this movie to everybody looking for a good laugh.
age 10+
Hilarious movie

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
age 15+

Awesome

Ok so It is definatally for older people, as it has some very crude houmor and dark jokes, and innapropiate stuff. But, being Jim Carrey, and the other guy in this, makes its sooo funny. Watched this last week.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
age 6+
age 11+

Carrey and Daniels shine in this stupidly funny film

Dumb & Dumber is a 1994 comedy about Harry and Lloyd, two besties who go on a cross-country road trip to give a woman that Lloyd is obsessed with her briefcase. However, they come across many obstacles along the way. While there’s only a tiny bit of real violence, there is lots of slapstick. Characters fall on the ground. Lloyd does CPR on a guy by smacking his belly. In one scene, Lloyd drugs Harry which makes him fart and poo. In the real violence scenes, a man is pointing a gun at Harry. Harry does get shot, but this scene is played for comedic effect. He doesn’t die. Characters are poisoned. Harry gets his tongue stuck to frost in one scene. Language is moderate, but infrequent. There’s a couple uses of “s- -t” and a few “craps.” One use of “d- -k”, and quite a few uses of son of a bitch. Sex is also moderately active. There are a few innuendo moments and references throughout. In one scene, when Lloyd is having a dream, he hugs Mary, and pulls down her skirt to see her butt. Only one buttock is exposed. In one scene, Lloyd aims to have sex with her. The entire movie is them fighting over who gets to keep Mary as a girlfriend. Drinking, drugs and smoking are mild. A character smokes in one scene, and Lloyd and Harry drink-drive, which younger ones could imitate when they’re older. Overall, this is a great, hilarious film that 11 and up would enjoy.