Magnolia Pictures | Release Date: April 4, 2014
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Longbottom94Apr 4, 2014
Being a huge fan of both Knowing me, knowing you and I'm Alan Partridge I went in with pretty high expectations and I must admit it pretty much met most of my expectations. Great comedic acting (especially Steve Coogan as Partridge) greatBeing a huge fan of both Knowing me, knowing you and I'm Alan Partridge I went in with pretty high expectations and I must admit it pretty much met most of my expectations. Great comedic acting (especially Steve Coogan as Partridge) great comedic scenes and an overall sense of humor and effort put into the film. A must see for Partridge fans. Expand
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oDjentoMay 31, 2015
I'm an enormous far of the tv series and think they have excellently adapted the hilarious tv character over to he big screen. Obviously it's a movie which means some sort of pacing has to take place and it cannot be constant laughs like theI'm an enormous far of the tv series and think they have excellently adapted the hilarious tv character over to he big screen. Obviously it's a movie which means some sort of pacing has to take place and it cannot be constant laughs like the tv show, but the laughs it does deliver (which are still very frequent) are as high quality as to what we've come to expect from the tv series. Obviously some people may not find this type pf humour as funny as it's mainly character based humour and good plain british humour, so it may be a hit or miss for some people. The film does not cash out and become over commercialised or americanised like how some tv series turn to after gaining a bigger budget for a film. I found it a hilarious ride and would recommend to a lot of people. Expand
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Rocco123Apr 4, 2014
Not sure how Alpha Pappa got so many bad reviews unless they're not Partridge fans, in which case they were never probably going to like it anyways. The best part of the film is that it stuck to its small screen value without selling out likeNot sure how Alpha Pappa got so many bad reviews unless they're not Partridge fans, in which case they were never probably going to like it anyways. The best part of the film is that it stuck to its small screen value without selling out like Ali G, and dumbing down too much. Expand
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cigarilloredMay 17, 2014
Ok, I'm an unabashed fan of Steve Coogan and Alan Partridge, but I'm trying to judge this movie on its own merits -- and it's simply fantastic. The beauty of Partridge is that he has always felt like a fully-rounded character, which is aOk, I'm an unabashed fan of Steve Coogan and Alan Partridge, but I'm trying to judge this movie on its own merits -- and it's simply fantastic. The beauty of Partridge is that he has always felt like a fully-rounded character, which is a credit to Coogan. Ricky Gervais is often hailed as a genius for his creation and portrayal of David Brent, but Steve Coogan got there first. One cringes when Partridge opens his mouth, and yet we can't help but feel a touch of empathy for the man. It's a fine line, but Coogan walks it masterfully. I showed this film to a room full of cinephiles who, combined, have seen just about everything under the sun -- they laughed themselves stupid. At the end of the day it works because it's beautifully written, the lead actor is something of a comedic genius, and he's surrounded himself with a great supporting cast. Expand
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