Jim Carrey is great when he's clean. He's hilarious when he isn't as well, but I try to avoid stuff like that.
It's a great satirization of "Reality TV." How far might some be willing to go in order to make money off of other's misfortune? How much might their victims have to endure? What happens when people have no longer any idea of how inhumane they are being?
It's a good story. I'm glad I own it. It's one of my top twenty favorite films...and it's clean enough.