On paper, it seems a bit soon for an update to the 1977 George Segal-Jane Fonda comedy Fun with Dick and Jane, which sees a down-on-their-luck married couple (Jim Carrey and Tea Leoni) sample a life of crime in order to pay the bills.

But they didn’t have Enron and Worldcom in 1977, and when Jane isn’t reaping the rewards of its two excellent leads or Alec Baldwin’s terrific Ken Lay caricature, it’s gleefully riffing on American corporate culture in a fashion that’s never subtle but never hits you over the head with the obvious.

Carrey’s ability to transform on a dime from extremely funny to credibly serious is one of the more underappreciated gifts in mainstream Hollywood, and he’s as versatile here as he’s ever been. Extras: Writer/director commentary, deleted scenes, gag reel, press junket footage.

Grade: A