There's Something About Mary / Shallow Hal / Me, Myself And Irene DVD Set £6.47 delivered @ Tesco (£5.50 with code)
There's Something About Mary: Still suffering from a High School crush on Mary (Cameron Diaz), the nerdy, angst-driven Ted (Ben Stiller) tracks her down thirteen years later with the help of a sleazy private investigator (Matt Dillon) who also falls for her. Unfortunately, both men discover that virtually every man who sets his eyes on the dazzling Mary finds himself head over heels in love and determined to win her hand. The wacky Farrelly Brothers have pushed the envelope, again, creating another outrageous movie experience guaranteed to make you laugh and keep you coming back for more.
Shallow Hal: Hal Larsen is the ultimate shallow guy. Hal finds beauty only in supermodels and centrefolds. The first thing he looks for in a woman is looks. Hal won't even consider dating someone with a less-than-perfect body, smile and sense of style. But after an impromptu hypnosis by self-help guru Tony Robbins, Hal's view of woman makes a 180-degree turn; he now sees their true inner beauty. Enter Rosemary, an overweight Peace Corps volunteer. Hal, envisioning Rosemary's kindness and humour as female nirvana, is instantly smitten and an idyllic romance begins. When the spell is broken, Hal must now face unrecognisable Rosemary and learns one of life's most important lessons.
Me, Myself & Irene: Charlie Baileygates (Jim Carrey) is a 17-year veteran of the Rhode Island police force. He is mild-mannered, hard-working, always helpful and a devoted and loving father of three sons.
Unfortunately, Charlie has split personality disorder, and when he runs out of medication Charlie's hyper-aggressive alter ego Hank appears. Hank's got a filthy mouth, drinks like a fish, and enjoys a good fight. Charlie and Hank have nothing in common with the exception of Irene Waters (Renee Zellweger), a beautiful woman on the run, with whom they have both fallen in love. Now Hank and Charlie must wage war with each other for Irene's affections.