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one of the funniest movies I have ever seen! laughing from start to finish. crude, sensless humour! can't help but laugh and enjoy. Get it out!
Many hilarious moments all woven together seamlessly. Laughed a lot, very much in the vain of 4 weddings and a funeral.
Cringeworthy, embarrassing. If I see one more dodgy dwarf, *hilarious* nudity or any other played-out, dead-horse cliché from the British film industry, Im going to bludgeon them all with something the size of their own ineptitude. Avoid.
I really didn't like this. Wasn't a patch on the other movies by the same director. It was to the point of stupidity.
This is an interesting movie. (a lot of jokes in english style). I seldom watched this type of movies. I enjoyed watching it.
few chuckles from this foul mouthed juvenile so called comedy which I suspect the Brits made for American consumption
It was a lot of fun to watch. Some of the characters were a bit shallow, but that was to be expected.
Not quite as good as was anticipated... but still a good view.
Slow start to movie but got funnier the further it went. Great if you like farce comedy in a British style. Good movie if you are looking for some laughs. Similar in style to 4 weddings and a funeral
Not too many familiar faces in this movie but Rupert Graves was brilliant as the laconic author living the high life and the hero of the family. Jane Asher ( as the mother of sons mourning the death... Read more of her husband considered a pillar of society until his homosexual past is revealed by a guest at the funeral whom nobody knows) is adequate as the widow.
A clever film, lots of humour from the very beginning when the wrong body is delivered by the funeral directors!