Latest Official Poster for 'I Love You Phillip Morris' Comedy Hits
Is this finally going to get released? I first saw I Love You Phillip Morris in Cannes in 2009, and I quite enjoyed it, but I know friends who first saw it at Sundance, almost two years ago. The film has been having release troubles all year long, with delays, studio changes, and everything. EW has debuted another official poster for the Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor gay comedy (they actually play gay lovers, not kidding) and word is it may finally get released in theaters this holiday season. We've even featured a few trailers for this as well, so you should already know whether you're planning on catching it or not. Check it out below!
When Steve Russell turns to cons and fraud to allow him to change his lifestyle, his subsequent stay in the state penitentiary results in his meeting the love of his life, a sensitive fellow inmate named Phillip Morris.
I Love You Phillip Morris is both written and directed by first-time feature filmmakers Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, who previously wrote the screenplays for Cats & Dogs, Bad Santa, and Bad News Bears. The film is based on Steven McVicker's book of the same name. This premiered at the Sundance Film Festival back in 2009 and is finally arriving in limited theaters thanks to Roadside Attractions on December 3rd.
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
It's really weird that a Jim carrey comedy has had it's theatrical run in Sweden before USA. And has been out in DVD since spring.
ryderup on Oct 13, 2010
One of the worst movies I've ever paid money to see.
Chris on Oct 13, 2010
i hoped so badly that this movie would never hit stateside....ugh....
Jericho on Oct 13, 2010
zzz on Oct 13, 2010
This movie looks so gay.
gonnarentit on Oct 13, 2010
What are you guys talking about?! I thought this was one of the best con films I've ever seen. I absolutely loved the story along with the characters and thought the dynamic between Carrey and McGregor was perfect. Very humorous and it does a great job of blending real world scenarios with absurd ones while also making the scams believable. I thought this was a really good film all around so I don't understand the hate, anyone care to elaborate?
peloquin on Oct 14, 2010
its ok not so funny
DaftPUNKFAN on Oct 15, 2010
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