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I mean "Pulp Fiction" made non-liner movies work, why not a period piece?
Actually, half a film -- the other film is a mockumentary about a film crew desperaately trying to make some kind of movie, out of a book with way too much material.
More important is perhaps what this movie is not: a film conveyance of the novel "Tristram Shandy."
Love the humor, low key and British. And it is shot in Quenby Hall, one of the most beautiful houses in England.Published 11 months ago by richard spain
The movie deserves a 5--one of the most intelligent and funny experiments in film in many years, adapting a novel that is nearly unclassifiable. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Donald F. Larsson
I got this on the strength of The Trip and loved Steve Coogan in this also but the basic story was uninteresting. Read morePublished 13 months ago by My Mother Was An Astrologer
I found this film to be hilarious. It is first and foremost a comedy about making a movie based upon the life of Tristram Shandy in the 17th century. Read morePublished 14 months ago by C. Collins
Dull story with English funny man Steve Coogan about making a movie of the unfilmable novel, Tristam Shandy. Had one sort of laugh in 95 minutes of film. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Patrick J. Brunet
Although I admire the intention of this movie, its execution is ruined for me by its very annoying stars and a director who indulges their excesses. Read morePublished 15 months ago by J. Martin
I sorry, it just wasn't funny except when he asked someone to put hot coals in his britches, I roared at that but otherwise it just dragged on and onPublished 21 months ago by Tricia Vestal