The Number 23 (2007) (part 4 of 4)

Caption contributed by Albert Okay, the big shocking twist is that Jim Carrey’s character is the one who actually wrote The Number 23, but he just doesn’t remember it. Which means the book he’s been reading all along, that he thought was about him, really was about him. Surprise!

Caption contributed by Albert You see, when Madsen was poking around at the mental hospital, she found a rough manuscript of The Number 23, where if you peel off the label that says “Topsy Kretts”, it has the name of Jim’s character. It’s sort of like the butcher cover, only completely worthless.

Caption contributed by Albert He refuses to believe it, until she also shows him the saxophone that he used to play. This causes Jim to immediately flash back to his college days.

Caption contributed by Albert “Saxamaphoooone… saxamaphooooone…”
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Multi-Part Article: The Number 23 (2007)

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