Satirical Blackadderesque sitcom about how friends, family, historical circumstances, and his arch-rival Robert Greene, who first coined the derogatory term "upstart crow", influenced William Shakespeare to write his famous plays.
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Harry Kane was a character in this film. There also happens to be a well known footballer with the same name. See more »
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Well, I don't think anyone has seen a final quite like that, and I do not in any way mean that in a positive sense.
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There's an additional scene featuring Karl's manager after the end credits. See more »
Performed by Electric Six
Words and Music by Cory Martin/Anthony Selph/Stephen Nawara/Joe Frezza (as Joseph Frezza)/Tyler Spencer (as Tyler Spencer)
Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing
2002 XL Recordings Ltd.
ISRC No: GB-BCS-02-00645
Licensed courtesy of XL Recordings Ltd.
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It's hard to comment on this film. I'm a big fan of Mitchell and Webb and thought this film was really going to make me laugh...it didn't. There are some funny moments but nothing special, and i agree that it falls very short of Peep Show and definitely thought that Armstrong and Bain could have come up with something a lot more exciting and funny. The plot is boring and a few gags enable it to just keep going but the writers have a long way to go until they reach Pegg and Wright, in the British Comedy Films department...Stick to T.V.
I'd say it's a film to rent or go round your mates house and watch if they end up buying it. But my advice is...don't waste your money.
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