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Do yourself a favour - stay away
I was looking forward to this. I've always rated both lead actors. But the script is AWFUL. Most jokes are telegraphed well in advance and then take a long time to die.
One minute John Major has a database bigger than the internet but the next he can't recognise everyday objects.
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