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Having let his life become one big rut, bank worker Carl Allen (Jim Carrey) gets a wake-up call when a friend introduces him to a rather novel self-improvement course. Run by guru Terrence Bundley, there's only one rule in his scheme for changing your life forever: say yes to everything. Reluctantly embracing the technique, Carl is soon agreeing to everything from Korean lessons to bungie jumping. Meeting quirky singer Allison (Zooey Deschanel) through his newfound spontaneity he soon becomes addicted to the affirmative, but as he puts himself in increasingly perilous situations, Carl must learn that sometimes it pays to say 'no thanks'.
Based on the book by British pundit and Danny Wallace, Yes Man gives Carrey ample opportunity to indulge in the stretchy-faced silliness with which he made his name. A truly high-concept comedy that never tries to be anything other than pure feelgood entertainment, this energetic romp from the director of Bring It On will nevertheless inspire many to take a chance on a new experience.
Featuring a fun performance from Terence Stamp as the stonyfaced self-help expert and strong support from the wonderfully offbeat Deschanel, Yes Man is not a film that you should turn your nose up at.