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Arun.S.Paul 4 years ago
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Daniel Davis over 7 years ago
Guest House Paradiso is a 1999 British slapstick comedy film written by and starring comic duo Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson, and directed by Edmondson his directorial debut. The film is semi-officially based on their comedy television series Bottom (in some territories, the DVD cover refers to it as The Bottom Movie). The key difference in the characters is in their names: Mayall's character, known as "Richard Richard" in the TV show, is here referred to as "Richard Twat" (although he regularly and angrily insists on the pronunciation "Thwaite"). Edmondson's character changes from "Edward Elizabeth Hitler" in the TV/live show to "Edward Elizabeth Ndingombaba". The film was made at Ealing studios and on location on the Isle of Wight. Featuring images of Weston Manor in Totland, Isle of Wight in 1999, Richie and Eddie (Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson) run the worst guest house in the United Kingdom, neighbouring a poorly maintained nuclear power station (presumably a reference to...
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