The Hilarious Quotes From Ace Ventura

The Hilarious Quotes From Ace Ventura

Updated on April 13, 2023 12:30 PM by Andrew Koschiev

It was 25 years ago in 1994 when Jim Carrey starred in three blockbuster movies: Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Dumb and Dumber, and The Mask. He was still a major draw for moviegoers when he played the villainous Dr. Eggman in Sonic the Hedgehog and its sequel, which achieved unprecedented box office success. Since Carrey dislikes doing sequels to his movies, he returned to the role of Ace for good reasons, even though he dislikes playing the same character twice.

Do Not Enter That Room

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Even though this one-line is one of Ace Ventura's most memorable ones, it must be clarified. For me, it is a context-dependent quote. When Ace emerges from the men's bathroom soaked in water and with torn clothes, Jim Carrey quips, "Don't go in there!" His emphasis on "not" makes him stand out among his peers.

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Nice Party. Pity I Wasn't Invited

With his impersonations of Captain Kirk and Tangina Barrons from Poltergeist, Jim Carrey fully used his impressionist skills to his advantage. When he says, "Lovely party. He does an excellent job performing a great impression of Sean Connery, who played James Bond in the original Eon television series. It echoes Jim Carrey's time as a stand-up comic at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles.

It's Ray Finkle I'm Looking For, Along With A Pair Of Clean Shorts"

A line in the movie gives Jim Carrey a chance to display his impeccable comic timing after Ace says, "Hi, I'm looking for Ray Finkle." A shotgun is pointed at Ace's head, and the gunman cocks the weapon.

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It Sounded Like Somebody Else, Satan. Sorry, Sir

He says, "Yes, Satan," when Mr. Shickadance comes from behind and says, "Ventura," without turning around, and then, after turning around and seeing Mr. Shickadance standing behind him, he says, "Oh, oh, sir. You sound like someone else."

You Can Stay Out Of My Personal Affairs. That's None Of Your Damn Business"

Even though athletes and acting don't often mix, Dan Marino made for a great comic foil for Ace Ventura in the first movie. Athletes and acting are only sometimes made for each other, but Marino did a fine job delivering his lines.

Also Read: Never before heard secrets about actor and comedian Jim Carrey

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