Ralph Breaks the Internet
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It's not the worst British comedy, but if it were a TV pilot - which it feels like - there'd be little chance of this winning a full series.
About as funny and erotic as a young Conservatives speed-dating evening chaperoned by Ann Widdecombe.
Bloodless, with a screenplay that makes caricatures of the participants and gives them jokey situations you can just about believe if you remember the more embarrassing male-female hesitations of youth.
Appearances from TV soap favourites Martin Kemp, Gemma Atkinson and Billy Murray reinforce the suspicion that the film's real home is on the small screen.
What a charmless embarrassment.
It is crass and charmless: one to miss.
This British rom-com has enough energy to keep us watching even though it's not particularly funny or romantic.
Craig Conway and Colin Salmon steal the show, no doubt, it's just a shame that the show they stole wasn't a little more valuable. I live by the ideal that any comedy that can make me laugh out loud more than once is worthy of the title, and I actually very rarely come across comedies that do, but How to Stop Being a Loser passed that test for me, low-budget & awkwardness not withstanding, so it may not have been phenomenal, but it was quite a pleasant surprise anyway.
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