Monday, March 10, 2008

Death At A Funeral


The first few minutes of this film revealed it to be a formulaic iteration of the quirky ensemble films that have otherwise been quite entertaining. Think Notting Hill, Four Weddings and a Funeral, My Best Friend's Wedding, and even Love Actually and you've got the target of this film.

...only those were good films.

We watched this film less than thirty minutes after which we mutually and simultaneously concluded that this weak and predictable film was Death on Arrival. If I recall, it was shortly after being introduced to the Gay, Cross-Dressing Midget if you are interested in a reference point.

While there is a chance that this film redeemed itself after our exit, we were willing to take that chance. I wouldn't bother yourself with it if I were you.

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