Evan Almighty details
|Formats:||PG DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Ed Helms, Jonah Hill, Steve Carell, Lauren Graham, Jimmy Bennett, Morgan Freeman, Wanda Sykes, John Goodman|
|Run time:||1 hour 31 minutes|
|Rental release:||21 Mar 2011|
By Tom Charity from LOVEFiLM
Steve Carell takes over from Jim Carrey in this Bruce Almighty sequel
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HilariousBy a customer from Southampton England , 24 Sep 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]One of the funniest films I have seen in a long time. I went to see it twice and we all just never stopped laughing even on the way home. It makes me smile to even think about it. I cant wait for the DVD so I can see it again. The animals are amazing the effects at the end gripping. A must for all the family.
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Good if you don't want to think or engageBy Jimi-Spandex (8 reviews) , 24 Jun 2013It was OK. A few laughs, not in the same league as Bruce Almighty. Did feel like it was a waste of 2 hours.
Almighty calamityBy JHBErrol (17 reviews) , 04 Jun 2013Purile content, but it had it's moments. Steve Carell can be rather annoying at times (just like Jim Carey). Good fun for kid sI suppose. Was it supposed to be a kids movie?
Jolly good funBy a customer , 09 Apr 2013A very silly, funny, light hearted film. Great for a Friday night after a long week at work when you want to watch something that's not demanding or angst ridden. Steve Carel is as daft as they come and is very entertaining. The film has a great feel good factor, definitely one for the whole family.
Family entertainmentBy a customer , 10 Feb 2013Great to watch a film everyone can enjoy. A fun amusing idea that kept the children entertained and even the adults amused.
bonkers funBy a customer , 08 Feb 2013
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideA light hearted amusing film for the whole family - but as my ten year old pointed out - the makers hadn't read the bible as God promised Noah he would never flood the world again - and the rainbow was a symbol of his promise. Rather funny a 'biblical' film ignores this - but it's not to be taken seriously even if it has meaningful slices