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I May Destroy You
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An entertaining comedy.
A British solo 90s version of The Hangover. Shouldn't Martin C be Gary and his be Neil..?
Seeing the jug-eared Martin Clunes naked is not something I wish to repeat in a hurry!
A fairly good watch as its a short film although not blessed with laugh out loud moments even though there are some interesting characters introduced throughout the journey home.
Fantastic, stag night what could possibly go wrong.
There's some lovely dark moments in this flick - Martin Clunes' long forgotten directorial debut - and Anna Chancellor is particularly foxy as the death-obsessed love interest. But ultimately it's all a bit ponderous and longeury. Good cameo from Griff Rhys Jones as a suburban pervert though.
Wonderfully oddball British comedy that really ought to have major cult status.
Martin Clunes' finest hour... well apart from Doc Martin and Men Behaving Badly...
Loved this film. Glad it didnthappen to me before my wedding. Martin Clunes is an excellent actorfor the role.
Underrated film that I went to local Odeon for, strangely. Obviously the pubs were shut.