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Snow Dogs (2002)
3/10
Predictable and not very funny
28 December 2005
I missed the first 10 minutes of watching this and then it took me a while to work out if it was actually a drama or a comedy. The storyline is OK but predictable. This movie might have been better as a drama because the funny parts were not very funny. There was much too much falling down and sliding around in the snow which stopped being funny after 30 seconds. The Michael Bolton cameo is the funniest part. And that's saying something... James Coburn was good though, maybe a little bit type cast ;) Joanna Bacalso was nice to watch, I had never heard of her before but she was possibly the best thing about this movie. I definitely prefer Cuba Gooding Jr. as a serious actor.
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Liar (2002– )
Hilarious and great fun!
12 February 2003
I thought this was a great semi-spoof of other game shows. In the show, there were 6 people all telling a story about themselves on a certain subject which would change each week. The audience had to work out which one was telling the truth by asking them questions. The guests asked each other questions too to try and catch them out. Paul Kaye was hilarious in his questions and comments. It's great fun!
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Beautiful drama with great acting!
12 February 2003
Paul Kaye and Michelle Collins are both amazing in this, Michelle is stunning and sensitive as well as strong as Abby, and Paul is endearing as her best friend Kenny. There have been 3 series of this drama now, and I have been glued to the screen all the way through. All the other actors are great too, with subtle humour and wise lessons!
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Laugh Out Loud Funny!
12 February 2003
This is so funny you will laugh out loud all the time! It came out on video (there are actually 3 videos from this program with unseen bits, the 2 others are called 'Very Important Pennis' and 'Too rude to live'). Paul Kaye as Dennis Pennis, the rude and annoying reporter. He goes to premieres and show-biz parties and asks the celebrities the questions they dread!
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