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Steve Coogan gives an Oscar worthy performance as Stan Laurel. He has Stan's voice off to perfection. This is a wonderful film.

I agree that we have never had such a brilliant comedy pairing since Laurel & Hardy. I don't think we ever will.
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Great film
Absolutely loved it
I really, really looked forward to this and boyf said it was "boring" and he turned it off after half an hour.

Might try watching it (I'm such a lemming, I shouldn't listen to other opinions).

Also, rather depressingly, my 20 year-old niece said, "Who's Stan and Ollie?".
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Not bad, and brilliantly acted by the two lead roles, but somehow missing something.
Newbold07/07/2019 06:19

Not bad, and brilliantly acted by the two lead roles, but somehow missing …Not bad, and brilliantly acted by the two lead roles, but somehow missing something.


That missing feeling is not having an act close to them in this day and age

Pryor & Wilder were the last duo I can recall after these 2 legends
Steve Coogan gives an Oscar worthy performance as Stan Laurel. He has Stan's voice off to perfection. This is a wonderful film.

I agree that we have never had such a brilliant comedy pairing since Laurel & Hardy. I don't think we ever will.
louiselouise07/07/2019 00:38

I really, really looked forward to this and boyf said it was "boring" and …I really, really looked forward to this and boyf said it was "boring" and he turned it off after half an hour.Might try watching it (I'm such a lemming, I shouldn't listen to other opinions).Also, rather depressingly, my 20 year-old niece said, "Who's Stan and Ollie?".


Perfect opportunity to sit down together and educate her.
Edited by: "kristoff" 7th Jul
I bought the DVD. Great film, but it left me thinking that it missed the brilliance of the duos comedy. The focus was too much on what broke them up. I would have liked to have seen more of the early years. i wish I'd waited for Amazon's rental as I will not be watching the film again.
It would be great if this film is a springboard to remaking some of Laurel and Hardy films.

This was a half decent attempt at Laurel and Hardy comedy:

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Edited by: "Predikuesi" 7th Jul
Really enjoyed this film, great performance from both actors, a reminder of the genius and the relationship of Stan and Ollie.
I thought it was the saddest film I've ever seen watching it last night!! Loved Stan and Ollie, but really sad to see how they ended up. Great acting by both of them though.
A great film. A lot was left unsaid about their relationship. Brilliantly acted.
kristoff07/07/2019 07:51

Perfect opportunity to sit down together and educate her.



I never see her! She hardly ever answers her phone, even, as teens/early 20 somethings tend to do - unless they want something
Used to watch the films growing up as a kid they used to be on TV all the time, never got bored of watching them.
maninasuitcase07/07/2019 07:29

Steve Coogan gives an Oscar worthy performance as Stan Laurel. He has …Steve Coogan gives an Oscar worthy performance as Stan Laurel. He has Stan's voice off to perfection. This is a wonderful film.I agree that we have never had such a brilliant comedy pairing since Laurel & Hardy. I don't think we ever will.



Your forgetting Ant and Dec
Got the box set from Amazon some time ago..

If some kid asked you how a black and white film with often no sound could make them laugh out loud give them a dose of Laurel and Hardy.

Genius is timeless 😁
Paulnufc07/07/2019 13:08

Your forgetting Ant and Dec



Yes. Doh. Their comedy career highlight was when they starred as The Likely Lads. Or when Ant drove his car into another after he had a gut full of beer.
Edited by: "maninasuitcase" 7th Jul
louiselouise07/07/2019 12:21

I never see her! She hardly ever answers her phone, even, as teens/early …I never see her! She hardly ever answers her phone, even, as teens/early 20 somethings tend to do - unless they want something


I’m familiar with the scenario, having four girls.
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The younger generation need to be shown this sort of comedy it's the best out there.
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