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As a director, Harrelson seems to be grasping at elements of far better movies.
Harrelson is an affectionate director, finding memorable bits for performers all across the cast list, and his writing is peppered with arresting phrases.
This humour coupled with the film's dazzling technical accomplishments give it lasting value beyond its unique 'live' aspect.
The on-the-hoof pace ... glosses over certain weaknesses in the story and production values that are forgivable in the context of shooting in real time.
A strong contender for funniest film of the year, yet so much more than just a comedy, Lost in London is the rare film to live up to its lofty ambitions.
It's such a technical marvel that what might be lost in Lost In London Live is that Harrelson, a first-time writer and director, has crafted a genuinely engaging, funny, and soul-baring yarn.
There was a good energy to the depiction of movie-Woody's nocturnal odyssey, and a few funny bits, but it was constructed upon a set of standard, and frankly, stale, comic premises.
Laced with self-mockery, it's very funny, and far better than we had any right to expect.
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