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Ghost Town [DVD] £3.33 delivered @ Amazon

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Ghost Town [DVD] £3.33 delivered @ Amazon

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Deadpan hilarity and quirky charm come alive in Ghost Town, starring Britain's favourite comedian Ricky Gervais (The Office) as social reject Bertram Pincus. Emmy award winner and seven times Bafta winner Gervais proves his Hollywood worth in this transatlantic feel good love story about a man, a woman and a ghost. Pincus is a New York City dentist with horrendous people skills. When a routine surgery goes awry, Pincus is pronounced dead, but is miraculously revived seven minutes later. The ill-mannered Manhattanite suffers only one lasting after-effect; the ability to see and speak to the dead. Word soon gets out in the spirit community and Pincus is irritate to discover he's the go-to guy for every phantom with unfinished business in the city.

At the forefront of the ghostly mob is recently deceased Frank Herlihy (Greg Kinnear--Little Miss Sunshine, Baby Mama), who is determined to stop the remarriage of his widow, Gwen (Tea Leoni--Spanglish, Fun with Dick and Jane). The laughs unfold when the prickly and romantically inexperienced Pincus, smitten with Gwen, tries to woo her away from her betrothed--with hysterically awkward results.

With sharp performances and beautifully dry Gervais execution, Ghost Town won't fail to make viewers laugh out loud. With a host of special features including commentary from renowned director David Koepp and a 'Making Ghost Town' featurette, this is one DVD that should be in the collection of every Ricky Gervais fan.
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#1
this is a brilliant film,
#2
would like to watch this film.need to wait till i get paid XD good price tho heat added
#3
grevais said that he "wants this to go down in history and be remembered with the timeless classics such as west side story and casablanca" unfortunately it wasnt a joke and if it was it was lost on me and the interviewer
#4
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grevais said that he "wants this to go down in history and be remembered with the timeless classics such as west side story and casablanca" unfortunately it wasnt a joke and if it was it was lost on me and the interviewer


not sure exactly what you are getting at, but most of the things he says are tongue in cheek, besides i think west side story is utter garbage.
#5
This isn't a great film by any means but 'The invention of lying' is truely awful. Good price for this tho.
#6
The Invention of Lying - marketed as a 'comedy' so that was the first lie! Probably the worst film I have ever seen......along with BulletProof Monk!
#7
I used to be a massive Gervais fan but thought this and invention of lieing where 'ok films', sort of thing you would expect to go straight to dvd though and would have flopped seriously if it wasnt for Gervais.

Then I went to see him live back end of last year, and again he was 'ok', wouldnt pay to watch him again though.

Absolutely love the podcasts (although maybe thats more Pilkington than Gervais?) and The Office/Extras but really starting to go off Gervais recently.
#8
Ghost Town was ok - remember he was just acting it though, it wasn't "his" film.

Invention of Lying was a big disappointment though, and a huge waste of some really good talents. It was far, far too high concept to make any sort of sense. And wasn't very funny.

I enjoyed Cemetry Junction though - it's starting to look like he really needs Merchant alongside him.

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