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Vol-au-vent (1996)

| Comedy, Romance | 1996 (UK)
It's Samantha's big wedding day but her mother is making it miserable for her with a typical maternal conflict of interests. Her mother orders her the wrong flowers, the wrong type of ... See full summary »

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Pete / Kevin
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Audrey
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Christine
Joanne Engelsman ...
Samantha
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Allison (as Joanna Wyatt)
John Hug ...
Mark
Brian Mitchell ...
Dave / De Alan
Nick Bayly ...
Smokes / Alan
Tim Mills ...
Paul
Robert Ashby ...
Toby
Victoria Burnham ...
Tracy
Peter Mair ...
Ernest
Bruce Douglas ...
Policeman
David Credell ...
DS Ellis
Peter Coles ...
Church Usher
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It's Samantha's big wedding day but her mother is making it miserable for her with a typical maternal conflict of interests. Her mother orders her the wrong flowers, the wrong type of make-up and wants to video the garden instead of the girls getting dressed. To top it off three thieves have crashed the party pretending to be video-assistants, the make-up artist gets drunk and the chauffeur has choked on a biscuit and died. Written by kwedgwood@hotmail.com

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Hilarity still exists
27 January 2001 | by See all my reviews

I watched this movie at a sunday-afternoon. I really had nothing to do and switched on my tv. What happened in the next one and an half our was unbelievable. From minute to minute I began to shake more and more. The fact of some gangsters falling in a total stressed situation is funny already. But as we now from many movies: that doesn't mean a thing. No, but this movie made me believe in hilarious movies again. It's really one of those movies where you couldn't stop laughing from a scene and another stupid character makes another mistake. All the characters on it's own are giving something to the hilarious sphere of this movie. There's not one character superfluous . Make sure that, if you're going to watch this movie, that you're watching it without breaks. It would bite something of the magic of scene flowing into eachother.


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