Sound of Movies – Theres Something About Mary

Sound of Movies - Theres Something About MarySound of Movies – Theres Something About Mary hosted by Ashley Wincer and Ann Pulbrook.

There’s Something About Mary is a 1998 comedy film, directed by Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly – AKA The Farrelly Brothers.  Starring Cameron Diaz, Matt Dillon and Ben Stiller.  The movie is a combination of both a romantic comedy and gross out film.  Press the play button above to listen to the audio podcast or press the play button below to watch the official There’s Something About Mary trailer.

We both admit, we really enjoyed Theres Something About Mary.  It is not your typical romantic comedy, it’s kooky and there are some cringe worthy moments of movie history.  You feel the pain of the comedy, for example Ted’s famous prom night accident.  It makes you want to laugh, but you feel the pain at the same time.  Ann did love the work by Keith David, who played Marys father.  His reactions were very good and he is just funny and suited to the role.  There is such a wide collection of weird and wonderful crazy characters played by Matt Dillon, Lee Evans, Chris Elliott, Lin Shaye and W. Earl Brown as Marys brother Warren.  You cannot beat the crazy old woman, Magda, Marys next door neighbour and her cute little dog.  They are an unforgettable funny couple.  You’ll have to watch the movie to see what I mean.

I would recommend There’s Something About Mary as a buy for your own personal movie collection.  It is one of those movies you can come back to years later and still have a good laugh.  To top it of, we both enjoyed the music to this soundtrack too.  Listen to the podcast and let us know what you think.

Sound of Movies - Theres Something About Mary

This episode of the Sound of Movies was broadcast from the Gippsland FM studios on Saturday May 23rd at 12pm.  If you have any questions about the Sound of Movies, please feel free to contact either Ashley Wincer or Ann Pulbrook by e-mail.  You can follow the Sound of Movies on Facebook, Twitter or on iTunes. Thank-you.

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