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As Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels prepare to hit our screens as those loveable dimwits Lloyd and Harry in 'Dumb and Dumber To', we take a look as the classic double acts who will stay in our hearts forever. From Buzz and Woody to Batman and Robin, who's your favourite duo?
20 years on and those loveable fools Lloyd and Harry are set to grace our screens once again in 'Dumb and Dumber To' later this year. Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels will hit the trail for another ill-fated road-trip, and we can't wait!
It was back in 1991 that Susan Sarrandon & Geena Davis first stole our hearts. However, Ridley Scott's classic tale of revenge, loyalty and female friendship remains a hugely celebrated classic. 23 years later and the self-professed "Inventors of the #selfie" are at it again, as they recreate this throwback picture with a modern day version. Go girls! Picture: Twitter
One of the greatest duos in animation, the space ranger and cowboy didn't initially get off to the greatest of starts. However, after a bumpy beginning the pair went on to enjoy three hair-raising adventures together in 'Toy Story', 'Toy Story 2' and 'Toy Story 3', capturing adults and children's imaginations alike. These two are most definitely destined to stay with us to infinity and beyond!
The 1967 film, featuring Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty in the titular roles is based on the real life American couple Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and Clyde Chestnut Barrow. The pair were part of a gang of outlaws who travelled around the USA during The Great Depression of the 1930s, robbing banks and petrol stations. The film glamorises the couples violent lifestyle and gained a cult following due to it's open representation of lawlessness.
When newly-married Josh and Jenny adopt a golden Labrador whom they name Marley after the legendary musician Bob Marely, their adventures begin. The truly touching movie follows the ups and downs of the couples new life together, with their incorrigible pet, and Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston prove to have great on screen chemistry.
A man's best friend is his dog and no-one knows this more than Wallace and his pet pooch. Traditionally created with stop-frame animation, where individual photographs are taken and spliced together to give the illusion of movement. The heart warming films featuring the adorable clay characters are as British as they come.
Barry Levinson's 1988 comedy-drama starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise charts another tale of unlikely friendship. The movie was critically acclaimed, winning four Oscars, including Best Director and Best Picture. However, it's the relationship between the autistic servant Raymond (Hoffman) who manages to break through spoilt rich kid Charlie's (Cruise) bravado that has stayed with audiences ever since.
The 2001 Pixar animation features monster friends Mike & Sulley. Co-workers and house mates, the pair are thrown into disarray when an human child accidentally escapes into the monster world. Mayhem ensues as the pair attempt to round up little Boo. Luckily however, gigantic, fluffy and loveable; Sulley is the perfect complement to the uptight and sarcastic Mike. Audiences loved the pair's solid friendship so much, that the sequel 'Monsters University' was released last year (2013).
This 1969 black and white Wild Western has gone down in history as an American classic. Loosely based on real life events, the film follows Butch Cassidy (Paul Newman) and his partner Harry Longabaugh (Robert Redford) on the run from the law. Busting with excitement, the film brings to life the true meaning of never leave a man behind!
Arguably one the greatest double acts ever, where would Batman be without his loyal sidekick? These two partners in crime are the protectors of Gotham City, saving it time and time again from evil's clutches and the likes of Mr Freeze and Poison Ivy. Chris O'Donnell is George Clooney's right hand man in this 1997 film.