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I watched The Oranges

Another cool, funny, but very unforgettable film. Maybe watch it if you’re in an “inappropriate” relationship or have weird feelings for your neighbour’s daughter/father.



Marvellous (Julian Farino, 2014) is a British Television film based on the true story of Neil Baldwin (Toby Jones). This drama follows his incredible life and how he shrugged off his perceived limitations. 469 more words

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Marvellous. Simply Marvellous.

Every once in a blue moon, TV executives step away from hiring alleged paedophiles and salivating over their massive pen…sions and pull their fingers out of their arses to present us with an excellent quality of TV. 679 more words

Julian Farino

BBC Two is just Marvellous

BBC Two has ordered a single film from the writer of Eric and Ernie.

Peter Bowker has penned Marvellous, which is based on the true story of Neil Baldwin, a man with learning difficulties who continually defied expectation and definition, whether as a circus clown, preacher or kit man at Stoke City Football Club. 32 more words

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The Oranges

Title: The Oranges

Release Date: September 10th 2011

Director: Julian Farino

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Cast: Hugh Laurie, Catherine Keener, Adam Brody, Alia Shawkat… 122 more words

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Film Review: The Oranges

They don’t make Hallmark cards for ‘Sorry my daughter tried to bang your husband’.

The Oranges begins with the happy existence of best friends and neighbours David (Hugh Laurie) and Terry (Oliver Platt) in suburban New Jersey. 523 more words


The Oranges - review

Despite a string of great performances from a really terrific cast, this relationship comedy drama-cum-alt Christmas movie never quite sits right. Hugh Laurie is the depressed middle-aged man who shacks up with his neighbours’ twenty-four year old daughter, played by Leighton Meester, in their home town of West Orange, New Jersey. 62 more words

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