The Full Monty
Comedy • R • 1997 • 1 hr 31 min
British comedy will always be best. The story follows a group of ordinary men just trying to be better. The cast is simply brilliant.
A great British comedy but not for the family it’s really really funny and true story
Good spin on a dark part of British history, due to mass employment. Great laugh and British comedy at it's heart
A good laugh, and one of my all time favorites
More fun than Chippendales strippers! Music will make you dance .
Just so good. Funny and heartfelt and raunchy and sweet.
I love Robert Carlyle, but the film wasn’t light hearted for me, I feel like the plot meant nothing for Gaz’s life in the long run. Sad!
One of the most charming 90s comedies. Deserves at least one watch for character interactions alone.
Fun story. Simple plot which works very well. Good watch
Borderline Good/Meh. Fine idea that's fine while it is on and embeds some lasting memories and impressions ready for your mid-life crisis.
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