Despite garnering a lot of critical praise, the Jim Carrey movie "I Love You Phillip Morris" only received a cursory theatrical release despite boasting Carrey, Ewan McGregor ("Star Wars" prequels) and Leslie Mann ("Knocked Up") in front of the cameras, and the two guys (John Requa and Glenn Ficarra) who wrote "Bad Santa" behind it.
An odd mix of mugging comedy and heartfelt drama, "Phillip Morris" is about a man named Steven Russell (Carrey) who has a mid-life crisis and decides to become a con artist in order to start living life to the fullest. During a prison stint, he falls in love with his bunkmate, the titular Morris (McGregor). The movie hopes to find a broader audience on DVD and Blu-ray - it drops tomorrow, and this exclusive early look at the bonus features highlights Carrey's unique acting abilities.
Seriously - how many actors are asked to do "comedy crying" and "drama crying" in the same movie?