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... I can't understand why some people gave it such bad reviews.
This is an excellent film, OK it isn't a movie that makes you laugh till you cry, nor is it a movie with huge depth, but it was so much fun. The jokes are not a mile a minute but the movie wouldn't work that way, this is subtle comedy and that needs to be understood.
My two younger sisters (12 and 14) came to see it with me and they enjoyed it just as much as I did. Ant and Dec were really good, Dec as the slightly cocky half of the duo and Ant as usual being the intelligent and safer one. I have loved these actors since their Byker Grove days and it is so good to see them acting again.
The mock up of the actual autopsy is hilarious as silly interruptions stop the filming I am laughing now as I remember it. The way the fake comes together with their friends all having something to contribute really seems to work.
The camera work as they film seemingly secret interviews with CIA operatives is great and the oddball characters all fit in so well.
I am appalled that I nearly did not got to see it so I recommend that people go to see it and draw their own conclusions.
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