isn't good, per se
, but it's also not nearly as terrible as you'd think. It also offers a couple of interesting questions for discussion: When, exactly, did Jim Carrey get that weird, haunted look about him--the one that's both vaguely desperate and smarmy? Is this movie promoting some sort of cult? And why does Zooey Deschanel have such a terrible agent? Oh, and another one: Remember that episode of Seinfeld
where George does the exact opposite of what his instincts tell him? Good, because that's Yes Man
's plot, but with Jim Carrey playing George.
See our full review:
But it Won't Matter: You Will See Yes Man.