Mary Poppins Returns
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| DVD (7)
The running gag is that [this film about advertising] takes its own high-concept formula of a yuppie's just desserts and whips it up with more tang than any consumer could want.
Grant alone makes this eminently worth renting.
Thanks to Grant's bravura performance, the film is wickedly enjoyable.
The difference between Withnail and I and this film is that here, Robinson is trying to deliver a message instead of focusing on his characters. Mistake.
One of the strangest, most outrageous, most bitter, irreverent and bitingly funny satires the movies ever offered.
acerbic but overstated satire
A dark comedy from Great Britain about the advertising world.
One of my favorite films and for sure one of the best comedic performances is put in by Richard E. Grant. Actually I am very surprised by all the negative reviews I've read on here.
I'm not really sure why I watched this movie, it was so strange. It was interesting at the beginning but by the end I just didn't care anymore.
About to suffer a nervous breakdown due to a looming deadline to create a pimple cream campaign, a hot shot advertising exec grows a boil on his neck, which soon develops a face and a nasty personality. Does he need a dermatologist, or a psychologist? This weird and witty advertising satire from the director of WITHNAIL AND I has been sadly neglected over the years.
Delightfully dry, zany and fun.
"Boils don't have ears!"
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