Flint Street Nativity details
|Starring:||Stephen Tompkinson, Frank Skinner, Neil Morrissey, Julia Sawalha, Mark Addy, Ralf Little, Dervla Kirwan, Mina Anwar, Jane Horrocks, John Thomson|
Flint Street Nativity
|Run time:||1 hour|
|Rental release:||07 Nov 2008|
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superb.........By williamsgwynfa (627 reviews) from gwaenysgor , 02 Apr 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]this dvd is superb. I first saw the flint street nativity on the tv some time ago. If you like sentimental Christmassy stuff then this story is for you. it is well acted, funny, sweet and a little sad at times.
It's only when you see the parents at the end, that you begin to understand where the 'children' get their behaviour from.
this is well worth watching, particularly on christmas eve, to get you in the mood for all the christmas festivities.
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Very funnyBy bfaulk44 (53 reviews) from Bridgwater , 04 Feb 2008The humour and deeply poignant moments in this film make it a study of modern life. The cast is brilliant. Made to enjoy
kids paradise, mens hellBy a customer from Gloucester, England , 29 Jan 2008My kids still act bits out of this movie 1 year later. They found it hilarious, adults acting like exaggerated kids and laughed all way through and played bits back for their friends. My husband however did not see the point of this movie at all. Did not find it funny and couldnt wait to turn it off. Maybe a girls and kids film.
HilariousBy a customer from Torquay , 11 Jan 2008I loved this. Laughed out loud from start to finish, then watched it again with my children, and they loved it too. The acting is great, they must have had such a blast making it. The writers captured the essence of children perfectly and the acting did it justice. Perfect to watch before Christmas.
OKBy a customer from Midlands , 22 Jul 2007Ok for a Sunday afternoon but not as funny as expected
BrilliantBy Becky from Norwich , 17 Apr 2007To watch adults do a nativity as children is brilliant. You suddenly see it from a child's view and the competition that can happen in something as simple as a Nativity. This is a must and one of those films you can watch every year.