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Carl Allen (Jim Carrey) is turning over a new leaf. Rather than be his usual disagreeable self, the man decides to be more positive by answering every request with a "Yes." But will all this cheerful compliance really lead to happiness?
Why Is Yes Man Rated PG-13?
Yes Man is rated PG-13 for crude sexual humor, language and brief nudity.
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Carl’s continual consensus causes him to drink heavily, get in a fistfight and spend a night visiting raves and consuming energy drinks. He also snorts hot sauce. Later he engages in sex with an older neighbor (clothed sexual activity is seen). One character falls down a set of stairs and another threatens to commit suicide. A woman unintentionally points a gun at others. Characters drive recklessly and are involved in a car crash. A man faints in a meat processing plant. The script contains frequent crass comments, sexual innuendo, slurs and profanities including a strong, sexual expletive. Buttock nudity and a naked audience are briefly seen.
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Release Date: 7 April 2009
Yes Man releases to home video as a single disc DVD, in full frame or widescreen.
Yes Man also releases on Blu-ray (in widescreen) with the following extra materials:
- Additional Footage
- Gag Reel
-Featurettes: Down Time on the Set of Yes Man, Jim Carey: Extreme Yes Man, On Set with Danny Wallace: The Original Yes Man, Future Sounds: Munchausen by Proxy Ep.#TK421, Exclusive Munchausen by Proxy Music Videos, Yes Loans! Infomercial, Say Yes to Red Bull! As Only Carrey Can and Yes Man: Party Central with Norman Stokes.