Ace Ventura Pet Detective Dubbed In Hindi
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The Los Angeles Times said the film was "an expensive, vulgar, stupid knock-off of the police-men-on-the-head-of-a-giant-fish premise". The chief critic for the newspaper concluded, "Thumbing the poster will confirm your conviction that Ace Ventura Pet Detective was a dumb idea, badly packaged, and badly acted." The movie is a parody of the popular comedy series Sheena, Queen of the Jungle with, according to the newspaper, "a potty mouth for the ages". The New York Times said Ace Ventura was "a more demonstrable disaster than Sheena." The first airing of the film on the Fox network was a signatory of The Motion Picture Association of America rating for film content, which according to The New York Times, increased television violence by a third. The Times stated that the film was a "sweeping over-the-top parody of police movies". During the film's time on appeal in the British Board of Film Classification, the Film Board's official reason for refusing a 15 rating was that the film was a "tongue-in-cheek spoof of the genre".
The Chicago Sun-Times said that Ace Ventura Pet Detective was filmed at a time when "people were so broke from bad real estate loans they couldn't afford to live" and the film represented the time when they were beginning to "find the money to laugh again". Jesse Hibbs, the critic for the newspaper, commented that he dug Ace Ventura Pet Detective and described it as an "unpredictable, often stupid, constantly hilarious film that, unlike Sheena, is truly worth watching twice."
The Washington Post's Jesse Hibbs wrote that he liked the film for its "joke-strewn cleverness". He described the film as a "clever satire of all kinds of detective movies" in which Carrey "delivers a truly outrageous performance. The comedian is equally capable of crude belly laughs as he is of high-minded courtroom antics".
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