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David Brent: Life on the Road

Ricky Gervais is like Marmite, some people fucking hate him and some love him, I personally like his awkward characters, yeah he has done some shit like that one where he was a dentist but overall his records good. 111 more words

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David Brent: Life on the Road - "If you like him enough, you’ll forgive its faults for the fun of hanging with him again"

There is a generation who have had their lives altered by David Brent. Men and women, who will run their hand through their hair, fix a pointing hand on top of their head and say “I can make that dream come true to AKA, for you.” David Brent has a charm that audiences took to their heart; where, through imitation, fans could evade embarrassing moments and be met with a laugh. 694 more words

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Midlife Crisis On The Road

David Brent decides to quit his job. He is as a sales rep in Slough selling toiletries and tampons (In David’s own words: “One size fits them all! 376 more words


David Brent: Life On the Road (2016). A welcome, big screen outing for the definitive horrible boss from the BBC comedy.

Film review by Jason Day of the mockumentary comedy which follows David Brent, the horrible boss from BBC TV’s The Office, as he embarks on a new career as a rock star. 703 more words


David Brent: Life on the Road

“A great time. The time of my life.”

Somewhere around the forty-minute mark of the latest television show to get a big screen adaptation, I wondered to myself “maybe Ricky Gervais is being a little self-referential. 688 more words


'Special Correspondents' Film Review.

 Grade: A

What happens when two men get into trouble? The answer is revealed in Ricky Gervais’ new comedy ‘Special Correspondents’. The premise involving a lie that completely gets out of hand has been done in a comedy before; but rarely done like this. 461 more words

Jon Spencer Reviews

Kev's ode to Derek

A Moment Of Clarity

Kev follows an emotional trailhead, looks within and lays it right out.

“Do you have any regrets?

‘Yeah, that I always tried the easy way out, always,  well I thought it was the easy way out.

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