From the Farrelly brothers (Dumb and Dumber, Kingpin), comes even more gut-wrenching scatological fun. This one parades around as a sweet adolescent romance with Ted (Stiller), the school geek, going to the prom with megababe Mary (the dazzling Diaz) until he embarrassingly gets his manhood caught in his zipper. Jump ahead 13 years, and Ted's still pining for Mary, so he enlists the aid of a tawdry investigator (Dillon) to chase her down.
Everyone falls for Mary--why wouldn't they?--and no one is spared from the Farrellys' razor-sharp, hysterically un-PC raunch. (You won't believe they get away with some of this stuff!) The performers all fall effortlessly into their slapstick roles--and cult fave Jonathan Richman as the film's Greek chorus--adds a delightfully poetic touch.