Comedy • PG-13 • 2011 • 1 hr 50 min
Not the funniest movie but it has some laughs. Good to put on in the back ground
The original is more iconic than this will ever be.
The only thing I remember about it is that it was bad.
It was somewhat funny the first time, but I have no desire to see it again. Helen Mirren classes up every movie.
Russel always owning his character very well, worth a watch
Not even close to the original. It has its funny parts but few and far between
The trailer was better than the movie .
A film that nobody asked to be remade. Meh.
On the whole even with Russ' deft touch at brightening up many 🎥 s with his smart wit, he's no Dudley Moore! Think his best is yet 2 come!
Rarely do adaptations of original movies do well. Brand is his usual wild self, but there’s nothing that really made me care for the movie.
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