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Jim Carrey Movies You Can Watch On Netflix Right Now

Few performers have a comedic reputation to rival that of Jim Carrey. The actor has been entertaining people with his unique form of physical comedy for decades, first gaining widespread recognition through the sketch comedy show "In Living Color" in the 1990s. That, paired with his iconic roles in films like "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective," "Dumb and Dumber," and "The Mask" made him a household name. At the same time, Carrey found success in dramatic roles such as "The Truman Show" and "Man on the Moon," for which he won a Golden Globe (via IMDb).

In the end, there's never really a bad time to watch a Jim Carrey movie. His filmography has something for practically everyone (especially if you love it when things get silly). Of course, there are a few different places on the internet where you could do this, but one of the most popular options will invariably be Netflix. So, if you're a Netflix subscriber, and you're in the mood for some of Carrey's classic antics, then here are all the Jim Carrey movies you can watch on Netflix right now.

You can get a behind-the-scenes look at Carrey's process on Netflix

At the current moment, Netflix must not have a major investment in Jim Carrey as an actor. Despite the fact that Carrey is one of the most successful comedic actors of his time, Netflix only has two movies from his filmography on its website. One is the 2016 oddball thriller "The Bad Batch," which features Carrey in a supporting role. The other, which is much more Carrey-centric, is the Netflix original documentary "Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond," which outlines the extreme method acting practices Carrey underwent to portray anti-comedian Andy Kaufman for his 1999 biopic "Man on the Moon."

While "Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond" is a great look at Carrey's passion and talent when it comes to acting, as well as his unabashed love of Andy Kaufman's work, it also probably isn't the first thing most people are looking for when they're in the mood for some Jim Carrey goodness. For starters, you need to have seen "Man on the Moon," which Netflix does not have available, to really get the most out of the documentary. Even then, the fact that it is a documentary means that it won't be the same experience as a traditional film. So, while Netflix does have a couple of the actor's movies available, it wouldn't be surprising if people who want their daily dose of Jim Carrey will look at other streaming options to find their fix.