Best & Worst: Brit Flicks

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    • Hadouken76

      Sep 28th 2010, 10:45

      Aww No Local Hero? Worst? Every sitcom movie from the 70s thats ever dragged its unfunny carcass across the screen...(actually Porrige was ok)

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    • jkoopa

      Sep 28th 2010, 11:35

      why are there no shane meadows films? this is england or dead man's shoes should be on there

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    • DanRose

      Sep 28th 2010, 15:54

      Yeah Dead Man's Shoes should easily be in there...

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    • addmyster

      Sep 28th 2010, 16:18

      I was really hoping to see Death at a Funeral on the list...ah well...

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    • joshwinning

      Sep 28th 2010, 17:06

      Good shout guys, Shane Meadows definitely deserves a place in there. My bad.

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    • Faers

      Sep 29th 2010, 1:30

      Dead Man's Shoes should be in there - easily Meadows' best flick and Paddy's best performance. I'm surprised TF didn't include This is England - you seem to have a h*****n for that film. Since you included Get Carter, can I assume that's the reason there's no Mona Lisa or The Long Good Friday? Trying to include a wider range of genre? Also, I prefer Hot Fuzz to Shaun of the Dead. But when picking between the both of them, I guess there's no right or wrong answer. Oh yeah, where's Scum? Classic! Also, how about In Bruges? I don't know off-hand if it's actually 100% British made though. Anyway, I could go on - and already have. Generally, you got it right in regards to good or bad.

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    • CatSchrodinger

      Sep 29th 2010, 1:51

      They stole 'f**k-a-doodle-doo' from 4 Weddings! But yes, Frost & Pegg ARE frightfully droll...

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    • johnian

      Oct 15th 2010, 23:32

      Rita, Sue and Bob Too is wonderful.

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