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Richard E. Grant
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Kieron J. Walsh
Awful awful awful film, ruining the great book! I know that some people think it's -such- a funny and sweet flick, but most people don't. And, maybe some of the reason is that they've read the book like me. The book is brilliant! If you have the choice between the book and the film; BOOK. It doesn't help that the movie is so bad, even if you haven't read the book. In the beginning the film says: based on the book by Marian Keyes. Well, it's based very loosely. Very. Anna Friel was also just to fresh looking, when she felt awful after having her baby it lasted for a day, and just... I'm mad. Please, everybody, read the book instead!
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