2008's Yes Man starred Jim Carrey and also featured Bradley Cooper in probably the last role before he became a movie star, and of course it also had Zooey. The weird thing is that it may well be the role she alludes to when talking about being tired of roles where she plays the adorkable second fiddle, because this is probably the epitome of her adorkable persona. The thing is, I still love it. I love it because even though she's the romantic second fiddle to Carrey (like Zooey one of my favorite actors), it's not even most of the part I care much about, but rather the second time she spends movie time singing. For all I know this was the secret origin of She & Him, her pop group with M. Ward that I've been pairing with these movie moments during the week. Although the whole point of her extremely alt-pop material in the movie is the exact opposite of her later actual pop music, it's still the thing I like best about the movie, and for me the best thing about a Jim Carrey is usually, well, Jim Carrey. So that's Zooey for you.