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The Honeymooners (2003)

Raw, funny and poignant, 'The Honeymooners' tells the story of a jilted groom and a waitress who make an unlikely alliance and find themselves in the depths of rural Ireland. Together they ... See full summary »

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David
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Claire
Justine Mitchell ...
Fiona
Conor Mullen ...
Peter
David Nolan ...
Ben
Eamonn Hunt ...
Larry
Briana Corrigan ...
Mary
Niall O'Brian ...
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Ray
Jeff O'Toole ...
Petrol Pump Attendant #1
Daithi O'Suilleabhain ...
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Emma Moohan ...
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Britta Smith ...
David's Mother
Sean Colgan ...
David's Father
Gladys Sheehan ...
David's Grandmother
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Raw, funny and poignant, 'The Honeymooners' tells the story of a jilted groom and a waitress who make an unlikely alliance and find themselves in the depths of rural Ireland. Together they begin a hilarious and chaotic adventure that will change both their lives. Written by Anonymous

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30 April 2004 (UK)  »

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Mézes hetek  »

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Your Feets Too Big
Written by Fats Waller
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Oh Dear, This Really isn't Good Enough
3 November 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Having just watched this movie at its premier as part of the London Film Festival 2003, I have to say I came out being sorely disappointed.

The movie is basically a series of loosely coupled cinematic clichés stitched together in a rom-com template. First timer Karl Golden has mistakenly crammed too many tricks on to the screen, and the jarring jump-cuts, grainy stock and jerky camera movements are not innovative, merely annoying and nauseating. It is truly a sad indictment of the state of the British film industry when funding can be made available for predictable, plodding, saccharine nonsense like this at the expense of other more worthy projects.


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