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Styles Bilinski
post Jun 21 2015, 10:24 PM
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This looks bonkers, in such a great, fun way! laugh.gif

Robin Williams is voicing the dog in what turned out to be his final role. sad.gif
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post Jul 27 2015, 04:28 PM
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My new mostly anticapted film after Fantastic Four now after watching the trailer, it really does look bonkers in a good way, looks pretty funny too, I know the best bits are always in the trailers and stuff but this looks really exciting laugh.gif
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post Aug 14 2015, 08:41 PM
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It was fun, amusing but not a 'laugh out loud' sort imo (apart from a certain joke which raised a chuckle). Some of the outcomes from his wishes were pedantic and others less so like when he says 'clothes, get dressed on me', his whole wardrobe should come out but it's just a silly movie so tongue.gif

Could've been better but a fine way to pass not even 90 minutes, not as bad as some reviews would suggest.

Loved the way it wrapped up and nice to see behind the scenes (voice recording) of Robin Williams in the credits.
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post Aug 18 2015, 08:43 PM
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A decent old-fashioned British rom-com of sorts. I adored the 5 Pythons as aliens, the gags were fine, the cast were great, a bit Fish Called Wanda here, a bit Life Of Brian there, a bit Notting Hill there. OK the rather unrealistic quaint view of teachers being rubbish and policemen on the beat all a bit period these days, but good-natured. Yes the logic of being specific when making "magic wishes" thing was done first in X-Files (brilliantly and comically), but, I mean, Eddie Izzard, Meera Syal, Joanna Lumley, Sanjeev Bhaskar....and of course the rather scene stealing dog (Robin Williams, I just get so sad watching it, though, especially one scene) in a screen partnership with man of the moment Simon Pegg.

7/10 (I'm being generous cos hey it's got PYTHONS and it's a Python writing and directing!)
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