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Reviewer CMAC
03/01/2010
I agree with the previous two reviewers - we went as a family - 6,8,11 and two 40 somethings and we all laughed out loud throughout the movie. Plus the adults cried a bit too. Not sure why so many professional reviewers were a bit sniffy, we have had a number of friends and family of all ages who have gone and they all enjoyed it hugely.
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Reviewer klm
10/12/2009
Maybe it's my sense of humour but I thought it was hilarious (as did my other half, my sister and brother-in-law) and will be buying it on DVD ready for next Christmas. PS ... we are aged between 33 and 45 !
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Reviewer Jo Jordan
26/11/2009
This film is a must-see for Christmas! I watched it with my husband and kids and we laughed out loud for most of the film. It's totally joyful and funny. Highly recommended!!
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