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Hello, my name is Antoni Clarke, and I am a bride's best friend.
I'm not gay.
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A highly entertaining and original comedy using the cream of British comedy acting talent, who spent weeks improvising before arriving at the final script.
At times the writer/director Debbie Isitt doesn't seem sure whether to make her characters comic or endearing, but usually succeeds in doing both.
The 'Tennis Match' wedding is very funny, while the cast of non-dancers failing to achieve perfect symmetry in the Busby Berkeley sequence adds to the general hilarity.
Martin Freeman gets better with each role, Alison Steadman turns in her usual immaculate performance, with Jimmy Carr making the most of his first big screen role. Look out for the spectacularly camp wedding planners, who nearly steal the show from bigger names.
If you liked 'The Office' and 'Shaun of the Dead' you'll love this.
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