its not a badly written film, but I suspect that once Kenneth Branagh came on board as director, he insisted that he force his ego on to his audience in almost every scene. Frankly, the last scene is painful to watch, as you do have to get the big reveal accompanying Branagh's over-the-top acting, which does not work, even within the context of the story. Its a pleasant film overall, but personally, I really don't expect to revisit it because of Branagh, who cheats Stephen Fry out of the spotlight. It is Fry, who should be getting more focus than anyone. If not Fry, then all his friends should have equal screen time to flesh out their characters. The way I see it, the film should have been named "Peter's friend: Andrew", because that really seems to be what Branagh had in mind, but he was just too much of a gentleman to bring it up.