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Nice jokes and Caracters ....and they still trying ..... SOMDVD
A movie about Hugh Laurie shagging? How delightful. No, seriously, it's a cute movie.
I know its natural accent but after becoming a huge fan of 'House' it's very strange seeing and hearing Hugh like this. The same is true of Joely, really English but American in hit show Nip/Tuck... just weird!
Una pelÃcula decepcionante que empieza muy bien y decae en un terrible final donde se intenta confundir la tragedia con lo tragicÃ³mico. Una estrella.
Because it's got Hugh Laurie in it!
It's one of those movies that half-way through, you forget what it's about but you don't really care, because you just enjoy watching the cast. It has Hugh Laurie doing Hugh Laurie things like singing, playing the piano, riding motorcycles and delivering lines with dead-pan brilliance. The rest of the brilliant cast includes: Adrian Lester (Hu$tle) Joely Richardson and Julian McMahon (before they did Nip/Tuck) Dawn French (The Vicar of Dibley) and Joanna Lumley (AB-FAB), and cameos from Rowan Atikinson and Emma Thompson.
Much better than what it is meant to be.. Exceeds own expectations..
Okay so Hugh's character shouldn't have written the script about what was happening to him and his wife but the man needed to do something before he went insane. And some of the best scripts for movies are based off the writers real life. It is a funny British comedy that also has moments where you many need a tissue.
Pap of the highest order. Only Macca singing a Buddy Holly song and brief cameo by Rowan Atkinson added anything for me.
had to see it because of hugh laurie. decent story, good acting, mr. bean was silly.