Dirty Tricks details
|Starring:||James Bolam, Martin Clunes, Lindsay Duncan|
|Run time:||1 hour 41 minutes|
|Rental release:||05 May 2003|
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Cluning about!By a customer from London , 29 Aug 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]'Dirty Tricks' is an amusing story that will not tax the brain cells but will raise a laugh or two!
Martin Clunes displayed a mix of two of his TV characters (the 'Lad' from Men Behaving Badly and the more mature undertaker William Shawcross)as the unattached English Language teacher who unexpectedly finds himself the object of desire for a bored housewife, the consequence of which involve a series of very silly situations.
The film is well put together and has a some great one liners and is certainly worth a viewing but do not expect great cinema ... just good quality light entertainment.
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lovely stuffBy a customer from worcester , 23 Mar 2011You can rely on Clunes !!!
been doneBy a customer from Sherborne , 25 Nov 2008Martin makes for good viewing, story tired and slow, shame
Rather plodding and predictableBy a customer from Cornwall , 25 Nov 2006Silly Tricks would be a better title for this plodding and predictable 'B' movie! Never mind the three 'headline' stars, delicious Julie Graham saves the whole thing from disappearing down the plughole..........
Good entertainmentBy a customer from Nottingham , 29 Apr 2005A murder story without any murders but the police want Martin Clunes for them.An amusing tale of sex death and cover ups, well worth watching.
Poggs's review...By Poggs from Cheshire , 10 Feb 2005Great British movie if you like Mr Clunes as I do. Narrated by him in one of those tell the story kind of films.
Funny with a raunchy feel to it, worth a watch...