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Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
very british cult film, a handful of memorable moments. Not great.
Charlie Alcock 5 years ago
I never quite realised how sad it was.
Jonathan Evans 7 years ago
I cannot begin to explain how many connections I have with this unique piece of cinema.
J M O 7 years ago
Beautiful and decrepit, the friends feel so realistic and are so funny. monty MONTY
Ronan Conway 7 years ago
cult classic for a reason. great drunken missadventure
Professional Moron over 7 years ago
Awesome to the max - so witty and well acted.
Robyn Hamilton over 7 years ago
Like Peep Show from the 80s. Uncle Vernon is hilariously unsettling.
Ed Wong over 7 years ago
There are 3 movies that I won't hear a bad word said about; this is one of them.
Dominic Dirupo over 8 years ago
Monty is the boss, but Withnail runs a close second. Funny, funny, funny
Ryan Boucher 8 months ago
Annalisa Schettino almost 3 years ago
Ruadhan Stokes almost 4 years ago
Kieran Lyne over 4 years ago
Tony Petani over 4 years ago
Anne almost 5 years ago
Tim Yates over 5 years ago
Catherine Chisem over 5 years ago
frank mint over 5 years ago
Tom o'brien over 5 years ago
Withnail and I is a British black comedy made in 1986 by HandMade Films. It was written and directed by Bruce Robinson and is based on his life in London in the late 1960s. The main plot follows two unemployed young actors, Withnail and “I” (portrayed by Richard E. Grant and Paul McGann) who live in a squalid flat in Camden in 1969 while waiting for their careers to take off. Needing a holiday, they obtain the key to the country cottage in the Lake District belonging to Withnail’s flamboyantly gay uncle Monty and drive there. The holiday is less ‘recuperative’ than they expected. The role of Withnail was Grant's first film and launched him into a successful career. The film also featured performances by Richard Griffiths as Withnail's Uncle Monty and Ralph Brown as Danny the drug dealer. The film has tragic and comic elements (particularly farce) and is notable for its period music and many quotable lines. It has been described as "one of Britain's biggest cult films". The film...
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