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The Harry Hill Movie

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The fictional film follows Harry and his petrol drinking Nan as well as their ill hamster on a road trip. Harry's twin Otto is the villian causing all the problems and incidents to the three.
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Birmingham Mail
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December 27, 2013

The Happy Pill Movie would more accurately describe what is a uniquely British and deliriously silly excuse to sit back eating pick 'n' mix toffees as garishly coloured as Harry's house.
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Total Film
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December 23, 2013

Awash with silliness - gun-toting chickens, performing Dachshunds, Jim Broadbent in charlady drag - yet weirdly bereft of mirth ...
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Time Out
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December 20, 2013

This has big laughs (if not nearly enough of them) and wild ideas - provided you're tuned into Hill's idiosyncratic brand of slyly subversive, surreally silly seaside slapstick.
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Screen International
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December 23, 2013

A broad and resolutely silly film that has moments of oddball pleasure but in the end feels like an extended series of skits that eventually run out of steam.
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Movie Talk
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May 04, 2014

Viewers who don't care for Hill's brand of wacky madness probably won't make it past the opening mobility-scooter race... but even fans will have to admit that the story runs out of gas long before the Blackpool Tower looms into view.
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Guardian
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December 20, 2013

What's missing is any persuasive comic force or vision to justify the film's place in cinemas rather than in petrol station bargain bins, or on bank-holiday afternoon TV.
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