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Official Paramount Pictures Truman Show web site. Discover such things as how the location for filming was found; professional and biographical information for Jim Carrey, the star, and Peter Weir, the director; images from the movie and actual movie clips.
Free Truman Site
Unofficial website. Provides links to the transcript, the shooting script, recognized reviews, filmographies, the movie trailer and more. Though some sources are questionable--the transcript provided is very un-official because it was literally transcribed--links to notable sources are usually listed.
MRQE: Truman Show,
MRQE (the Movie Review Query Engine) is arguably the most complete index of movie reviews on the web. The database is comprised of 101,768 articles from 15,921 different titles in paper and electronic/web format. International reviews are included, most of them are printed in English.
Review - Turman Show, The
TNT (Turner Network Television) sponsors Rough Cut, a website devoted to the entertainment industry. As such, it provides this signed review by Graham Verdon and an opportunity to ‘talk back’ to him. The site also has links to photographs from the film, the official website, the box office and, perhaps most interesting, an interview with the director, Peter Weir.
Online - The Truman Show
Jimcarryonline is a webring started in June, 1996. Comprised of over 160 webpages devoted to Jim Carrey, this is a free service provided to webmasters jointly by CyberReactive and The Webring. There seems to be no other criteria for being part of the webring other than a webpage having this notable actor as its theme. This particular site hosts a review by an unknown person named "Loki." There’s a wealth of information about Mr. Carrey here – from his complete name and birthdate to his filming schedule, "Carrey Sightings," and more. This truly is a site maintained by fans of the star.
Showbiz Movie Guide: The Truman Show
Mr. Showbiz is a database of over 30,000 movie reviews. Though the review is worth noting (and is cross-referenced in MRQE’s phenomenal list of over 150 reviews of The Truman Show), this site is most notable for its lengthy interview with director Peter Weir. [As an aside, please note too the link to the article "News: Truman vs. Ed" comparing The Truman Show to the movie edTV.]
The San Jose
The San Jose Mercury News plays host to this nifty website that provides news, movie trailers, a bulletin board where regular, real people can post their ‘reviews,’ director and actor profiles, and more.
Use the phrase "truman show" to access interviews with Peter Weir, Ed Harris, and Laura Linney. These interviews are written by Roger Moore, a journalist employed in part by this page’s sponsor, the Winston-Salem Journal. Publication dates are also listed for those interested in the chronology of the printed interviews.
at The Turner Network (TNT)
An insightful interview with director Peter Weir at TNT's Rough Cut.
Truman Show, The (1998)
The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) is a division of Amazon.com and proclaims that it "is the ultimate movie reference source and covers everything you could ever possibly want to know about movies. It's fully hyperlinked both within the database and to thousands of external sites and is updated continuously." Indeed, this site seems quite detailed and includes links to plot summaries, reviews, awards, trivia, bloopers, merchandising links, posters and more.
Coverage: The Truman Show
Sponsored by one of the most comprehensive search engines around -- Yahoo! -- this site features links to reviews, related movie and actor web sites, a QuickTime Trailer, discussion groups, and news articles.
This Canadian website offers reviews, filmographies, professional career highlights, articles about the movie, and interviews with leading players -- one of the few sites that sports an interview with Noah Emmerlich who plays Truman’s best friend. Canoe is a free service that provides information and news with a Canadian slant. (Jim Carrey is a favored son of Canada.)
and Beyond - Links for The Truman Show
There are three main categories to peruse in this website: "Interviews with Peter Weir" not only has interviews with this elusive director but also has combined interviews with the director and the star of the show, Jim Carrey; "Other Truman Show Sites" lists such entities as the Official movie website, the Un-Official site, 123Greeting Cards, and more; and, finally, "Local Links" provides comments from Rod Hudspeth, an "extra" on the set, and newspaper articles from The News Herald, the newspaper that covers Seaside, Florida where the movie was filmed.
Movies: Types of Movies: Comedy: T: Truman Show, The
Snap.com, a search directory for the web, lists a number of websites about the movie and the stars of this film. Either browse through these links or submit new search statements such as "truman show" for movie related sites or "jim carrey" to find those sites dedicated to this versatile actor.
The Truman Show
Ken Sanes authors this site dedicated to "making things clear." There seems to be no known motivation for Mr. Sanes other than his desire to make readers question everything. He states: "The point is that we need to look critically at all communications. That is particularly essential in a time when many people are expert at the rhetorical manipulation of words and the creation of convincing stage sets and images." Indeed, he gives us all something to think about with his pages dedicated to The Truman Show.