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Zemanovaload (2005)

| Comedy | 2007 (Brazil)
John Davies suffers from multiple obsessive compulsive disorders. When his current model girlfriend leaves him, he decides to replace her with the number 1 babe on planet Earth - Czech ... See full summary »

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John Davies
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Jenna
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Travel Agent
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Clara's Mate
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OCD Christian
Katya Greer ...
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Natasha Joseph ...
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Funniest Man on Earth
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John Davies suffers from multiple obsessive compulsive disorders. When his current model girlfriend leaves him, he decides to replace her with the number 1 babe on planet Earth - Czech model Veronika Zemanova. The film follows his attempts to curb his old obsessions in order to meet his latest obsession - Veronika. Written by Jayson Rothwell

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You can count on far more than two fingers :D the UK stand up to movie failures,this gladly breaks the trend !!!
5 September 2005 | by (Manchester, UK) – See all my reviews

Ed Burn plays John Davies a midlife crisis ridden OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) writer,who's partner Suki has left along with the bulk of his possessions.

With an horror film script rewrite to finish and new found job of writing plot lines for a prime time soap,this new found pressure makes him suffer even more neurosis than normal leading him to become even more compulsive over a lads magazine super model he wants to cast in his film as the token none speaking movie boob shot.

All this while he's to deal with his friends,psychiatrist and his two imaginary finger friends (played by comedy duo Vic & Bob).

I personally loved this film its small but there in lies its beauty,in some areas it felt a little too like a sitcom but never for long enough to become stale.Ed Burn (thankfully not wasting his talents on lame pointless advert/clips television shows) proves to come across charming even among all his neurosis and becomes one of the few British stand-ups to prove he can act and hold a film,which when alongside other stand-ups like Steve Coogan & Lee Evens who became big on TV but who have both made dire moves onto the bigger screen.

I gave this an 8 out of 10 would of been higher if the ending wasn't so clearly rushed.That said its worthy nights entertainment congrats to Ed on doing what so many before him have failed at.


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