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What do you think... me and Derek?
Yeah, I think you make a nice couple.
"Nice"? What's "nice"?
It was meant to be a compliment.
We both just sort of gravitated towards one another.
Do you remember me telling you about my twin sister who died in childbirth?
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I don't know why I do it to myself, I really don't. This is unquestionably the worst film I've seen this, or possibly any, year.
The acting is appalling, the dialogue is worse (see 'memorable quotes' for some examples I have added), the direction is amateurish (the opening scene between Danny Dyer and his Mum is so badly framed that half her face is missing) and the sets are worse than Dr Who c. 1989. It really has to be seen to be believed - but don't. Take my word for it.
It kind of sums the film up that they spell the leading lady's name incorrectly in the trailer.
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