Young couple Jackie and Leo move from North London to a suburban home in the green belt paradise of Southern England. At the birthday party of a neighbor, they soon discover the strict social hierarchies of village life.
In the early 1900s Alfred Polly, still hankering after his dream girl Christabel, marries Miriam Larkins and they open a shop, but, as the years go by, the marriage becomes stale and Polly ... See full summary »
I am a huge fan of Lee Evans and I thought this would be funny but it wasn't that funny. It's hit and miss, some hit and most miss but still I got few chuckles and two of laughs out of it. It's not terrible, I was mildly entertained and lee Evans too funny to make any thing terrible...okay maybe The Medallion but that was very weak anyway. This is a bunch of sketches from most of the things he talks about on his live shows like working in a late night petrol station or meeting your girl friends parents you know stuff. If your a big fan of Lee Evans you might like it a bit but still his shows were much funnier. I think you should should rent it or buy it from a corner shop for £2 or £3, I didn't hate it but still most jokes fall flat but some don't and its okay if you don't have anything to do.
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