This film should be required as part of american education; it reflects society in a brilliant and truthful manner. Though some say that our society is broken into three sects--the poor, the middle class, and the rich, this is a pipe dream. There is the prison class, the working class, and the ruling class, who often keep power and money within a tightly-locked sphere of elitism. Meanwhile, the rest of society lives in the prison of poverty or debt, continuing to walk along the brink of starvation, homelessness, and demeaning demise--whether consciously aware of it or not. This reality of society ripples throughout all the americas, from Canada, down to Chile. This piece of cinematic history reflects who we are and where we are headed, begging the question in this concerned citizen's mind, 'What is the bigger threat, corruption or weather?'
This film is important, funny, and likely to become a classic.
Let it be noted that I feel inspired to watch a Carrey marathon--especially for the films I have not yet seen.