Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

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Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
Directed by Tom Shadyac
Produced by James G. Robinson
Written by Jack Bernstein
Starring Jim Carrey
Sean Young
Courtney Cox
Tone Lōc
Music by Ira Newborn
Cinematography Julio Macat
Editing by Don Zimmerman
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date(s) 1994
Running time 86 min.
Country USA
Language English
Budget $15 million
Gross revenue $107.2 million
IMDb profile

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective is a 1994 comedy film starring Jim Carrey. It won two awards in the first-ever Blockbuster awards.[1] Jim Carrey stars as Ace Ventura who is an animal lover and detective. However, is not one of those pesky liberal "animal rights" activist or anything like that. On the contrary, he is closer to conservation rather than environmentalism, finding beloved lost or stolen pets to return to their human owners. The ending of the film features a very politically incorrect condemnation of the homosexuality agenda, as the villain is a transgender, and when Ace Ventura realizes he made out with a biological male, completely throws up, as does everyone else when they realize the truth. It was followed by a sequel and a spin-off sequel.