Alrighty then! It's movie marathon time. These Jim Carrey movies on Netflix and Amazon Prime will give you hours worth of laughter. You probably didn't even know some of these films were available on the streaming platforms!\nThe Newmarket born actor is a huge Canadian icon and for good reason. He's been in the acting industry since the early '80s and has captivated and impressed audiences for decades.\nSince then, the 58-year-old has slightly slowed down on his movie roles, but we can still turn to his greatest flicks for an immediate pick-me-up.\nThese eight movies starring the Canadian actor are sure to put a smile on your face and even give you some comforting nostalgia.\nThe Truman Show (1998)\nRating: 94% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAvailable on: Netflix & Amazon Prime\nTruman Burbank is an insurance salesman unknowingly living his entire life on-screen for everyone to watch and marvel at. He slowly realizes something's not right and finds out that his whole life has been on display as a reality TV show with actors all around him.\nLiar Liar (1997)\nRating: 81% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAvailable on: Netflix & Amazon Prime\nWhat would you do if you couldn't tell a lie for a whole day? Fletcher Reede is a lawyer but in his son's eyes, he's just a liar. His little boy makes a birthday wish that his dad can't tell any lies for a whole day which ends up exposing truths that no one wanted to hear.\nYes Man (2008)\nRating: 46% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAvailable on: Netflix & Amazon Prime\nCarrey reprised his role as a man with uncontrollable impulses in this flick as Carl Allen, who has to say yes to absolutely everything that comes his way. He once loved turning every opportunity down but challenges himself to do the opposite instead and it drastically changes his life.\nDumb and Dumber (1994)\nRating: 67% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAvailable on: Amazon Prime\nCarrey stars opposite Jeff Daniels as a pair of seriously dim-witted pals. When Lloyd and Harry find a briefcase at an airport, they go on a road trip to find the rightful owner of the missing item.\nThe Cable Guy (1996)\nRating: 53% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAvailable on: Netflix & Amazon Prime\nThe Cable Guy is a lonely and desperate dude just looking for a new friend in a client who calls him to hook up his new TV. But Cable Guy's sociopathic tendencies and weird attachment end up scaring away his potential pal who has a hard time convincing others about the danger he's in.\nEternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)\nRating: 93% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAvailable on: Netflix\nJoel Barish and Clementine Kruczynski met once and instantly fell for each other. Then they met again, and again, and again. That's because the very first time Clementine underwent an experimental brain procedure that erased all her memories of Joel after a messy breakup. Even though the two are meant to be apart and not discuss their past, they keep meeting and figure out how to bypass the memory eraser procedure.\nAce Ventura: Pet Detective (1993)\nRating: 47% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAvailable on: Netflix\nAce Ventura is the best detective in town. When he gets tasked to find the mascot of a football team, he ends up finding even more missing athletes from the team.\nFun with Dick and Jane (2005)\nRating: 28% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAvailable on: Netflix\nDick and Jane Harper are a married couple who seem to have it all. But when Dick finds out that his boss has been hiding the company's huge losses and bankrupts him, he and Jane turn to a lifestyle of crime in order to maintain their lavish lifestyle.