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Oh Happy Day (2007)

 |  Comedy, Romance  |  7 June 2007 (USA)
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Salsa Club Barman
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'Sushi' Research Assistant
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Trapeze Artist
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David
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Randy
Christopher Colquhoun ...
Jonathan
Hazel Cooper ...
Sussex Hotel Waitress
John Cooper ...
Sussex Hotel Barman
Tom Frankland ...
Shouting Guy
Will Garthwaite ...
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Oliver Houston ...
Men's Store Assistant
Sarah Hunt ...
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Salsa Teacher
Oscar James ...
Storekeeper
Paul Jerricho ...
Rex (as Paul Jerrico)
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Two guys battle through the consequences of having had a one-night stand just before they started working together, and learn that to make a relationship work, you have to reveal everything: even if it means getting naked in front of 100 people and a gospel choir singing 'Oh Happy Day'. Written by Ian Poitier

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Nice effort for 1st time writer/director
14 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have to agree with most of the"Funny, but predictable" review. If the narrative line of a film is going to be predictable, the dialog writing must be sharp and inventive the entire length of the narrative. Unfortunately, some of the zingers and replies made one cringe--some very tired and stereotypical comebacks. Christopher Colquhoun as "Jonathan" was the strongest actor of all the leads--making the best of some mediocre dialog. Tyler Smart as "Poppy" had some of the best lines and delivery. Topher Campbell as "Randy" was very funny as the clueless straight boyfriend of "Jasmine". The direction of the movie was more like a television show, rather than a movie. I look forward to this writer/director's next film--as he seems to have potential in the romantic comedy genre.


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