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Thursday, February 28, 2008

Death at a Funeral Review

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Though beginning as a sedate British comedy - the cast is introduced in a way where you'll never really catch onto more than one name - the movie progressively erupts into an off-beat comical frenzy, far more memorable than any funeral you'll ever witness. The adult opera covers nearly all bases: public nudity, sexuality, postmortem issues, and the absurdity surrounding the issue of death. Of course, younger audiences will spit on this movie and label it as dull as hell, older audiences will appreciate its lovely wit, as it hits the laugh out loud vein repeatedly, and reminds us what being human is all about. 8.3/10.

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