Mark and Jez are a couple of twenty-something roommates who have nothing in common - except for the fact that their lives are anything but normal. Mayhem ensues as the pair strive to cope with day-to-day life.
Alan Partridge a failed television presenter whose previous exploits had featured in the chat-show parody Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge, and who is now presenting a programed on local radio in Norwich.
Harry Kane was a character in this film. There also happens to be a well known footballer with the same name. See more »
When Harry Kane is flying back to London from Jersey the aircraft on the runway is a Flybe Dash 8 Q400 which does fly that route. The interior in the next shot however is filmed in a much larger aircraft with 6 seats across (the Q400 has 4 across) and while he is having his panic attack Harry refers to the oxygen masks in the safety briefing which the Q400 doesn't have. See more »
Good evening Jersey!
[minimal applause from audience]
Is that it? Bloody hell, you gave the Nazis a warmer welcome than that.
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There's an additional scene featuring Karl's manager after the end credits. See more »
Non, je ne Regrette rien
Performed by Édith Piaf
Written and composed by Charles Dumont and Michel Vaucaire
Copyright assigned 1965 to Ste D'Editions Musicales Int.
(S.E.M.I.) Paris Peermusic (UK) Ltd, London
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Brief chuckles but falls way short of peep show and 'mildly' entertaining
I've just got back from seeing Mithcell and Webb's new 'out of this world, hilarious' movie and I have to say I'm more than disappointed.
Firstly, the format is very tepid, with the old 'two mates fall out and then compete against each other before coming together to succeed in the end'...reminds me quite of a Will Ferrell film. Its predictable down to a tee and doesn't drawn you in at all.
Its fair to say there are no 'laff-out-loud' moments at all, with the biggest cheer (apart from the one in my head when the credits started) coming from the sight of a 'stooge' practising his fake laugh and trip. Sums it up really....
Sure, Mitchell and Webb work well together and give the film a little extra (god help us if they hadn't been in it) but overall, considering this was written by the same team as the great Peep Show, this is very poor with very little to shout about.....
Stick to telly guys!
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