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OK light Fluff, Not as bad as some of the reviews so far
Being a big fan of all thing British and James Fleet since The Vicar of Dibley days, I read all of the reviews on here before taking the opportunity to see this on DVD.
While I have seen far better and this is not the best of movies by a long shot it is definitely not as bad as made out by some of the reviewers on this site.
I give it a 5 out of 10, mainly based on the acting of James Fleet, Caroline Harker and Phil Cornwell.
I have been fan of Caroline Harker since her days in A Touch of Frost and she does quite nicely in this. Not the greatest bit of British movie making but still OK and worth hiring if you get the chance and like British farce type movies.
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