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After spending some time in the UK I honestly thought I get British humor. After watching this, I truly think I don't.
Although the movie is well produced, the character of Art played brilliantly by Pattinson, I found myself feeling mostly sorry for him and not seeing the funny part. I see the great job of all the people involved in the production but I can't say it suits my type of sense of humor. There were moments I smiled or half-smiled but never laughed at loud.
So, over all, I don't regret watching the movie, neither would I recommend it as a great, funny comedy .
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