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This is my first ever attempt a film review, hope nobody minds haha. Why have I decided to write one? Well just watched The Knot and had to voice my opinion on this great British comedy movie!
Absolutely loved it, laughed the whole way through! At a time where I think we all need cheering up as a nation, the movie really nailed it!
It portrayed the very stressful subject of the wedding and events leading up to it in a very clever and yet very funny and emotional way. I am not normally that fond of comedy films but actually thought it was very funny indeed.
Well done to all involved in the film, will be watching again tomorrow!!!
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