Movies like the number 23
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For this quick run down, we'll end with Knowing , and start with a film that most of us who sat through will be keen to forget Not the finest place to start, sadly. Joel Schumacher's thriller didn't manage to thrill at all, and it sent Jim Carrey scuttling back to the comedy genre at speed. Its focus was the number 23 - although you might have got that yourself from the title - and how it's at the core of everything, or something like that. Sadly, the film is drivel: the loose tying of lots of events to the number 23 is covered with some serious speeches that are more laughable than anything else, and unsurprisingly it attracted attention from the Golden Raspberry Awards. This is much more like it. Darren Aronofsky's breakthrough movie follows a mathematical genius, Maximillian Cohen, who believes that everything in life can be determined by numbers, and he thus tries to find the pattern that underpins the stock market.
The Number 23 is a American psychological thriller film written by Fernley Phillips and directed by Joel Schumacher. Jim Carrey stars as a man who becomes obsessed with the 23 enigma once he reads about it in a strange book that seemingly mirrors his own life. The film was released in the United States on February 23, This is the second film to pair Schumacher and Carrey, the first being Batman Forever. Walter Sparrow is an animal control officer married to Agatha; they have a son, Robin. She later gives Walter the book as a birthday present.
The Number 23 is a American psychological thriller film written by Fernley Phillips and directed by Joel Schumacher. The film starred Jim Carrey. The plot involves an obsession with the 23 enigma, an esoteric belief that all incidents and events are directly connected to the number 23, some permutation of the number 23, or a number related to This is the second film to pair Schumacher and Carrey, the first being Batman Forever. This is Carrey's first leading role in a suspense thriller. She later gives Walter the book as a birthday present.