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Oh dear indeed. What could possibly have been an interesting movie was ruined from the start by the usual portrayal of Northern English.
Over the top accents, over the top acting, sort of embarrassing to watch really, does anyone think people behave like this?
Henry is a complete waste of space, along with the patronizing mother and sheep like stepfather - it just does not hold water - a pretty bad choice if you have paid a tenner to watch this rubbish.
Henry - despite looking to be about 30 is at school - not convincing in the least, who thinks this rubbish up? are they mentally challenged? More to the point who actually finances these movies? They must be even more mentally challenged.
Eee bye gum.... pound of cheddar missus! Give it a miss.
"A letter came for you today" ....."Oh...ave never ad a letta before" Terrible acting, probably a BBC prescription method!
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