Funny. Good funny fun.
Laugh hard & move on.
over 5 years
Brilliant black humour, great actors and beautiful tale about a family.
almost 6 years
Very funny with British humor
Pure dumb farce. Lots of fun. Lots of stupid.
over 6 years
As weak as a script gets for a brit comedy
Sebastian von Conrad
almost 7 years
Fantastic black comedy full of great performances. One of my all-time favourites.
Death at a Funeral is a 2007 British comedy film directed by Frank Oz. The screenplay by Dean Craig focuses on a family attempting to resolve a variety of problems while attending the funeral of the patriarch.
Set in England and taking place mainly at a family home, Daniel (Matthew Macfadyen) and his wife Jane (Keeley Hawes) live with his parents; when the story opens, it is the day of Daniel's father's funeral and, while in the process of organizing this event, Daniel and Jane plan to purchase a flat and move away from the parental home. Daniel's brother Robert (Rupert Graves), a renowned novelist living in New York City, would rather spend his money on a First Class airline ticket to England than help finance the funeral, leaving Daniel to cover the burial expenses. As guests begin to arrive at the family home, where the funeral service is to be held, he struggles to complete a eulogy, although everyone expects Robert the writer will be the one to deliver some appropriate remarks....