How To Stop Being A Loser (2011)
Critic Reviews for How To Stop Being A Loser
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.
Audience Reviews for How To Stop Being A Loser
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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