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What a awfully wonderful film - I bought the DVD very cheap and have seen it several times with friends, drinking the sweet premium and practicing the Drunken Style afterwards, and using the dialogue wherever possible. It's probably a lot more classy than I imagine, but it's very dated and let down by the dialogue. But it goes on and on, with lots of fighting, and the DVD has an excellent trailer (complete with spelling mistake). Lots of fighting, nothing too horrible; it should be a poignant and touching tale, but I'm usually too drunk to really care! Watch it, but all in good fun!
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