I don't particularly enjoy slagging things off; I just didn't find the film, or that style of comedy, at all funny. For those who did, good for you.
I'd never seen the original, but watched it on BBC1 last night. Thought it was perfectly fine, and enjoyable enough, but I'm a bit baffled now by the dozens of friends who've spent the last eight years claiming it to be the funniest film EVER MADE. Humour's an odd, subjective thing.
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I suppose I'll have to get around to watching the first one, but that trailer looked very run of the mill thinks it's funny but not. Alan Partridge for the TOWIE crowd by the look of it.
Love the new teaser trailer for the sequel by the way
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I saw it with my sister when it first came out, and we were virtually the only people in the cinema laughing. We were so weak by the end we almost had to crawl out of the screen. I think it's a masterpiece, but it's obviuously very polarising. From memory, it only made 10% of its worldwide gross outside the US.
I think it's more popular with the under 30s, which is strange when you consider it's a period comedy.
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