David Brent: Life on the Road
Comedy • 2016 • 1 hr 36 min
Funny and heartwarming film. A nice and deeper revisit to the character.
Not on the same level as the original show, but a good watch
There are some funny moments, but overall not great. Definitely doesn't live up to The Office.
Whilst it’s not David Brent at his best, it really shows a deeper character than in the office, simultaneously hilarious and heartbreaking
I thought it was good. Definitely missing Merchant's writing.
It’s not nearly as good as the main show, but Gervais shows he’s still in touch with his most iconic character.
A few laughs here and there, but sadly, it doesn’t compare to The Office
Not the UK Office revival you’d expect & in retrospect that’s a huge benefits because it wonderfully subverts expectations.
I found it funny at the time remember some of the songs was good
Love Ricky in this 😂 well known for this character and forever will be
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