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Mel Smith (director) and Paul Kaye (star) - 2 great talents which should have made for an hilarious movie, but although it remains interesting, there is a feeling that it simply is not as funny as it should be. Despite a great supporting cast, they and Paul Kaye's antics are not enough to provide a truly satisfying experience.
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