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In the UK, the poster states "If you're reading this, find out what's wrong with you" in the small printed credits. As of October 2010, the poster is available in high resolution on the official UK website. See more »
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Soph, I can't even get them to stir their tea without smashing a window.
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The London Marathon had no involvement in the making of this film and its portrayal is entirely a work of fiction See more »
The Groove That Won't Stop
Written by Kevin Saunderson
Performed by The William Fairey Band
Publised by Stage Three Music Limited
From the album 'Acid Brass'
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I'm no easy viewer and too often do I find myself being bored while watching a movie, or just barely interested.
I wasn't expecting much from this one and after a quick reading of the synopsis, I just thought "say whaat ?". As a reminder you might check again the IMDb summary and try to picture it seriously, you would expect some "sofa talking action" - as a friend would describe movies that have more dialogs than action scenes.
Long story short : that is, without any doubts, the most stupidly funny movie I've seen this year and if you haven't seen it already ... just go (Ok to be honest, I would also put Revenge of the Fallen even if its last year, the level of stupidity is clearly enough for a couple of years).
Whatever you are looking in a movie this one will deliver, it is filled with dumb-touching characters despite their "mission" as terrorists. The acting is not only great as a comedy but just strait out great, any one in the movie have something special and memorable.
Hell, you could even try to get a social commentary out of it but that'd be a long stretch, it's meant to be a comedy with a soul not just the usual "a few scenes funny and forget me next week" kind of movie.
I was really pleased to find this gem completely by chance and hope you will too as this is how comedy films are meant to be.
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