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The Full Monty - Fully Exposed Edition
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Six unemployed men, inspired by a touring group of male strippers, decide they can make a small fortune by putting on a striptease show of their own-but with one small difference. They intend to go the "full monty" and strip completely naked! In this hi
A group of unemployed Yorkshire steelworkers hopes to replenish their empty wallets and boost their flagging morale by following in the footsteps of the Chippendale's strippers. These guys are hardly what you would think of as buff, and few can even dance. They simply take these problems in stride, because these are men with a plan--displaced, unemployed, and feeling suffocated by the women in their lives, they just want to earn a little respect. The dialogue and interaction between these men will have you screeching with laughter, but of equal importance is their sense of camaraderie and caring. First-time director Peter Cattaneo is a name to watch for; he easily conveys the sheer humanity of these people in their small town with their sad stories and irresistible sense of optimism. --Rochelle O'Gorman
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Gibson-Graham, the academic authors, contrast this film with another film about the emasculation of unemployed workers in England: the flim, "Brassed Off" (released during the same time period). If you liked "The Full Monty," you should definitely watch "Brassed Off," and vice versa. Then, consider how these films confront de-industrialization from very different perspectives.
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The Chippendales.. At their own game " Stripping " But with a difference by going all the way
hence the title... The Full Monty....
The build up is non stop from start to finish full of laff's all the way
A very good film that I have seen many times over the years and is still as funny now as when
I first seen it
A Five Gold Star film that you just can't miss out on it will leave you with a
wicked sense of humour
If you enjoy this film and like the music played in the film get the 2 following CD's
you will find then that you have " The Full Monty " collection worth having
" see photos "
Music to party with or just to enjoy any time...All the best
The film is not without a serious side, despair in particular is well covered from several angles, and though it ends on a high note the issues are only set aside for a while, they haven't gone away.
It would be rather unfair to pick out individual performances, as the whole relies on gang-feeling whether of the women or even more of the men. That said the sub-plot involving Mark Addy and his 'wife' Lesley Sharp deserves a mention as particularly moving.
Knowing exactly what is coming is no barrier to repeated enjoyment, and although this is 18 years old this year it has not dated much, well worth the modest outlay being asked.
My mum and dad in their late eighties watched this to keep their old age at bay, it truly is one of the best British films ever made.
If you hear one of the songs in a shop, on the radio, anywhere- your feet start tapping and you visualize the scene.
They were not prepared for how many people bought tickets! Really good.