Steven Russell (Jim Carrey) is a happy Christian with a loving wife and child working in law enforcement. He also has a secret he has kept since childhood of being a homosexual. One day, he has a traumatic experience and wants to live life to the fullest. So, he confesses to his wife and leaves her to live in Miami. He finds a boyfriend and quickly realizes that having a boyfriend in Miami is expensive. With the amount of money he uses, Steven can’t just get an ordinary job so he becomes a con man and uses fraud to buy lavish gifts. All of the spending and cons catch up with him when he’s arrested. He meets a guy name Phillip (Ewan McGregor) and they fall instantly in love. Steven uses his cons expertise to act as a lawyer get them out of jail. Will he succeed? If he does, will he get caught again? 

Review:                        Well…I found the movie to be interesting. Of course, there is humor with Jim Carrey in it and emotional drama with Ewan by his side. Seeing Jim and Ewan step outside of the box was also interesting. I found the story to be well written and the cast to be pleasing. If I had to compare this film to “Brokeback Mountain,” Brokeback wins hands down. There isn’t much I can say about this film except that it is good enough to only see once. So, all in all, I will not see this film again.