|Starring:||Alan McKenna, Cressida Whyte, Ed Byrne, Dan Cryer, Orlando Wells, Kathryn Drysdale, Georgina Chapman, Andy Nyman, Ralph Little|
|Studio:||LIONS GATE HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||22 Aug 2005|
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Very little to itBy a customer from Yorkshire , 10 Jan 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]An awful lot of shots of naked women. More specifically one naked woman. A shallow exploration of OCD. Predictable. A wasted opportunity for a talented comedian. Some nice set pieces. Incoherent, unsatisfying and fragmented. Like this review.
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Rent one of his live shows on DVD insteadBy a customer , 16 Nov 2011Why did the usually funny Ed Byrne agree to appear in this? It was embarassingly bad. We didn't bother watching to the end.
Loveable movieBy TheSadPerson (4 reviews) , 26 Oct 2011Great little Irish show that was funny throughout. Would be great night in movie. Also she is a good looking girl.
ZemanovaloadBy a customer from London , 07 Jan 2010So terrible, so predictable and so not funny.
Obssession/ObsessiveBy nickthomasisthedoctor (5 reviews) from Warrington , 20 Aug 2009I like Ed Byrnes. I think his stand up work is excellent, so the chance to see yet another comic make or break in a full length movie was rather appealing.
The story of obsessive compulsive writer, missing whats going on in front of him, because he's to busy obsessing over something far away, has been done before with greater aplomb. But the scripting pulls this one back and it doesn't hurt to have a few faces in it that are instantly recognizable.
All in all, a good film, that uses what it has really well, which in the face of it, is not a lot.
watchable but forgettableBy a customer from Stirling , 17 Sep 2008Was watchable and entertaining, funny in bits. But to be honest a bit nondescript and forgettable.