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  • Summary: A laugh out loud comedy featuring the many impressions and creations of actors Phil Cornwell and John Sessions. Between them, they fill the house on a street in suburban London, Stella Street, with some of the most famous people from stage and screen from the last 40 years, plus a few of the colourful local residents. (Columbia TriStar) Collapse
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  1. Reviewed by: Derek Elley
    A hip comic curio.
  2. Reviewed by: Peter Hartlaub
    By the time audience members start to get the joke, the film is already over.
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    A sporadically amusing curiosity that falls short of effectively satirizing the public's fixation with the minutiae of celebrity lives.
  4. Reviewed by: Ed Park
    A huge problem with the whole shebang is that the impressions (all courtesy Cornwell and Sessions) are shaky at best.
  5. What might have achieved a degree of cult status across the pond when it was aired in 10-minute installments, struggles to pass big-screen scrutiny.
  6. Reviewed by: Ken Fox
    Surprisingly humor-free. Worse, with the exception of Cornwell's brilliant Bowie, the impersonations aren't particularly good, and can be found in any two-bit comedian's repertoire.
  7. Some of the jokes will elude Americans while the movie's hip quotient gradually fades away.

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