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What makes this film great is the dialogue and acting.
To reveal any more story details would be a gross disservice to those who have not yet found this wonderfully twisted, honest and perfect film.
This film is simply superb and is one of the few films you can and will watch again and again with it getting funnier each time.
Perfect homage to the strange death of swinging London. Withnail, I and Uncle Monty et al emblematize La Bruyere's epigram that self-indulgence and severity towards others is the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Peter Jakobsen
Excellent transfer, if you're looking into buying this film, this is the format you need.Published 2 months ago by Christopher J. Daugherty
*SPOILERS* George Harrison (who financed and produced this film) must have felt he and Ringo were mostly out of work "actors" oppressed by unbearably toxic surroundings near the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by mr. contrarian
Absolute classic! If you like funky films of that era, you MUST see this one.Published 2 months ago by Anne K. Stahl
Mastery of tone and milieu is always impressive, especially in the cause of laughs. And there are plenty in this classic. Fear not the rotund uncle, he's gentle... Read morePublished 4 months ago by kormac66
It seems that the audio portion needs constant tweaking from one extreme to another while watching. An inferior product demanding far too much work just to look at. Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. Hughes
One of the great overlooked comedies of the Eighties, set during the bitter end of the Sixties. Two unemployed actors in a decaying flat in a decaying part of London talk a wealthy... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Steve
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I haven't seen the Blu-ray yet, but if nothing else, we at least finally have an anamorphic transfer. Blu-ray.com didn't give it a glowing review, but they said it's still a big improvement over the Criterion DVD I have. Since it's so cheap, I'll probably spring for the upgrade one of these days.
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