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The main reason I got this movie was to see Gary Oldman do his thing. I think he is a great actor. This movie was one of his poorer film choices, but he did his best with the screenplay. There were somethings in this movie that made me blush a few times because of him, and I'm not talking about the sexual content. Its just how strong Lynch's feelings are and Gary Oldman really portrays that.
But the character that really made me laugh was Robert Carlyle's Danny Divine. He was really the clown of the movie. He his constantly angry and just hilarious in all.
So, I'd give this film a 6 just because of the acting. Great acting, bad script.
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