24 Hour Party People
Comedy • R • 2002 • 1 hr 57 min
god i’m so miserable i wake up every morning with the same feeling and it doesn’t go away until i sleep. i’m only happy when im unconscious
Quirky film about punk and new wave. Never quite got there for me but decent watch
Love it so many amazing British stars involved true to life and as a British raver my self this is my back yard Manchester party scene
A very moody look at the Manchester music scene of 30+ years ago! Quite complex, & seriously sarcastic, so B in the right frame of mind?
Excellent music drama movie, captures the atmosphere of the Manchester music scene of that period perfectly. Worth watching
A genuinely hilarious take on the story behind factory records. Dry humour and great music , brilliant
Hysterical, dry British humor. Also, learned more about new wave music. Great overall.
Equal parts insightful and hilarious in its retelling of the Manchester music scene Steve Coogan was perfectly cast as the self-aware Wilson
I like when the main character talks me through everything that happens. Fantastic soundtrack too!
This is I think not my kind of movie. It is a good one. But something was missing for me.
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