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Better than every other film ever made?


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I agree completely.

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Unlike The Godfather, this is a film where we actually care about the characters and what happens to them. I'd like to see Marlon Brando pull off playing a woman half as well as Brendan O'Caroll undoubtedly will.

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You've GOT to be kidding!

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Yes. This film will most definitely be a pile of *beep*

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That's what they said about The Godfather and look how that turned out! This film will sweep the Oscars next year.

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Well, not everyone has a sense of humour.

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I think this is the one time in life I can say I will sacrifice my eyeballs if this is genuine. If not, then watch the fecking Bicycle Thieves.

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I'm hoping it's going to be an enjoyable film, though I'm not expecting it to be as good as the TV series. I'm watching it later, but the score on here so far isn't too encouraging. At least if I don't enjoy it, I haven't paid for the tickets.

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I like the BBC tv show but no I dont expect much from this

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You are not wrong there! Just got back from the cinema and D'Movie is probably the worst film I have watched other than the Keith Lemon movie!!! TV comedy especially live stage comedy does not carry over on to cinema well. The film was POOR, POOR, POOR!!!!

TV show is brilliant, but the film has less funny parts in it than a 30 minute tv show!!! I cannot remember laughing once during the film, but I am in stitches during the TV shows.

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Ha ha actually I didnt mind it so much, it was better than expected, however the tv shows was miles better

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This is the film that Orson Welles would have made if he had lived longer.

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"Better than every other film ever made?"

Could be, haven't watched it, what about The shawshank redemption though, thats probably better I imagine.

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Nah, Mrs Browns Boys D'Movie is much more compelling cinema.

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You can't be serious.

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Yes. Stanley Kubrick is spinning in his grave for having died before he could direct this masterpiece. How do I know? Because I dug him up and asked him. He couldn't answer, but you could tell by the look on his... skull...

The acting is superb. The deliberately-left-in errors are slick. Seamless editing, and terrific ethnic stereotyping top it all off.

Although I'm a little annoyed that we never get to learn who 'coshed' Colonel Crampston in the Library with an omelette pan...

...Perhaps the sequel will clear that one up.

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Same old, same old. A few gags done to death in different ways, soooo boring after the first minute and a half.

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This is a pile of Fecking sh*T.
Utter gob sh*te cr*p

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