Spanning two decades, if all you want to do this weekend is catch up on some of Jim Carrey’s old-school comedy movies, then today, we’ll show you how you should watch the “Dumb and Dumber” movies in order.
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“Dumb and Dumber” Movies in Order
Based on popular demand, here’s the right order for watching the “Dumb and Dumber” movies.
|Dumb and Dumber
|Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd
|Dumb and Dumber To
Dumb and Dumber
In this 1994 comedy film starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, we meet Lloyd, a limousine driver, who after a woman leaves a suitcase in his car, embarks on a hilarious adventure across the country with his friend Harry Dune to return said suitcase, but little did they know that the suitcase contains money for ransom, and from there, the journey gets even more adventurous and hilarious.
Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd
The second movie on the list is actually a prequel to the first film, giving us a rundown of the origin of Lloyd and Harry’s friendship.
The story is set during their high school years when the two meet and form an unlikely friendship. Lloyd is a quirky and naive teenager who is placed in a special education class due to a misunderstanding, while Harry is another student with his own set of quirks.
When the school principal hatches a devious plan to embezzle money from the school budget, he enrolls various students, including Lloyd and Harry, in a fake “special needs” class. The principal hopes to siphon off the funds without anyone suspecting it. However, Lloyd and Harry inadvertently stumble upon the scheme and decide to thwart it, leading to a series of comedic and absurd situations.
Dumb and Dumber To
Serving as a sequel to the original film and set two decades after the events of the first film, Harry discovers that he needs a kidney transplant, and when he learns that he may have a long-lost daughter who could be a potential donor, he convinces his best friend Lloyd to embark on another absurd and hilarious road trip.
Together, they set out to find Harry’s daughter, Penny, who was given up for adoption. Their journey takes them through various comedic encounters and awkward situations, and along the way, they uncover a complex and bizarre plot involving Penny’s adoptive parents and a valuable invention.