Bruce Almighty

Bruce Almighty
Bruce Almighty




96 minutes


Comedy, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Tired of being ranted at by disaffected news reporter Bruce, God decides to take a holiday and gets Bruce to cover for him. At first Bruce has a ball with his godly powers - making for some nicely staged gags as the ever-expressive Carrey is able to indulge his wildest whim. But pretty soon omnipotence proves to be a burden for the flawed Bruce and the all-powerful newsman is soon learning the importance of humility. Despite the irreverent premise, this is actually a sweet comedy that's a lot of fun.

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This film has one use of strong bad language and frequent uses of mild bad language and mild sex references.

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