Ace Ventura, emerging from self-imposed exile in a remote Himalayan hideaway, travels to Africa with explorer Fulton Greenwall to find a sacred bat which is told will avert a war between with Wachootoo and Wachati tribes. Of course, when Ace gets involved, all hell breaks loose...Written by
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While Ace is fighting the Wachootoo warrior Ouda goes up to him as he lays on the floor and says to Ace that the warrior is a better fighter and then Ace is dragged away by the warrior by the top row of his teeth. This exact thing happens to Ace during Ace Ventura: Pet Detective during the fight scene between him and Lt. Einhorn, except there he is pulled away by the bottom row of his teeth. See more »
In their first trip in the jungle a peacock can be heard. Peacocks are native to India and Sri Lanka, not Africa. See more »
Negative. No sign. Wait a second, I think I got him.
You know you could poke somebody's eyes out with that thing.
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In the Spanish and German DVD release in 1999, the scene of Ace pushing the baby out of a Wachootoo's stomach it's cut. See more »
Well, then god help you. I've known people who are not big fans of Jim Carey's style of comedy and I can see their point. He's just outrageous and rarely witty. But this movie has a bit of everything: clever dialogues, beautiful locations, and of course Jim Carey at his very best.
I find it much funnier than any of his other works. The Mask had too few of the 'mask' scenes, Pet Detective was just about OK, nothing great. This movie though is better because the story flows freely(unlike P.D) and it has a lot of Jim Carey (unlike The Mask). The scene at the monastery is actually brilliantly shot and to have such OTT comedy at what otherwise seems so mystical a location, I've never seen something like that. And lastly, yes it may seem a bit absurd, it's Ace's love for animals that comes out quite well. To have gone to a seclusion for losing a racoon(he was not paid to find anyways) is both hilarious and heart warming.
The rhino scene alone would've made this one of my favorite comedies, but there's so much more on offer.
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