Nativity 3: Dude, Where's My Donkey?!

2014

Comedy

Nativity 3: Dude, Where’s My Donkey?! (2014) download yts

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Martin Clunes as Mr. Shepherd
Marc Wootton as Mr. Poppy
Catherine Tate as Sophie
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Reviewed by Figgy66-915-598470 10 / 10

Completely mad.....loved it a lot

26 November 2015 Fiona's First Film of Choice at The Plaza Tonight - Nativity 3: Dude Where's My Donkey?! Mr Poppy is Back!!!!! Fans of the Nativity films will not be disappointed. If you are expecting sanity and a nice Christmas film the. This film is not for you. It is insanity at it's very best and Martin Clunes has fit right in. Centred around a flash mob competition and a little girl's wish to get a new Mum for Christmas this third instalment takes us to New York where children run amok and Mr Poppy gets away with absolutely everything. It is so completely ridiculous that it completely works and has set me well on my way to Feeling that Christmas spirit.

Reviewed by anwenhayward 2 / 10

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind was more of a comedy

This film is the haunting tale of a man who receives a traumatic brain injury and develops severe amnesia, losing his entire identity and becoming a hollow man, with nothing but a name to himself. Watch as a formerly intelligent, articulate man is reduced to babbling and bumbling around, becoming a grotesque parody of the jester figure; coerced into parading around in funny outfits, much to the amusement of his tormentors, unable to recognise what, exactly, is so funny as he struggles to remember the name of his own daughter or how to connect with his family and the woman he loves. With his mental faculties reduced, his ability to relate to his fellow man diminished, and his sense of self completely erased, the man is kidnapped by a learning disabled teaching assistant and must rely on the assistance of a group of neglected, displaced children to teach him about his own past and, perhaps, the true meaning of Christmas.

Reviewed by Anthony Kavanagh 5 / 10

A Silly and Childish Sequel.

This second sequel in this so-called British-based series of Christmas films focuses on St. Bernadettes School in Coventry in England as the school children assisted by their favourite assistant Mr. Desmond Poppy (Marc Wootton) have lost their donkey Archie while they are having plans to try to win a Flash Mob competition to win a trip to New York City and they are having their hands full to try to help their new teacher Jeremy Shepherd (Martin Clunes) who was struck with amnesia as he is getting ready to marry his fiancée in the Big Apple. This sequel is pretty much what you come to expect like the first two films were which is filled with slapstick humour and hammy acting but this time it ends up being one of those low-common-denominator efforts that hits the bottom of the barrel with a poorly written script that gives the film no sense at all, but despite the best efforts of some good talent among the cast such as Clunes, Wootton and the child actors, most of the performances are rather unconvincing, the songs are tuneless and even the slapstick moments in which one which involves some donkey droppings were not even remotely funny and some jokes are tired although I did find one Smurf-related joke that made me chuckle but that's about it. Don't waste your time and money on this film as it would be better suited being screened on TV or on DVD because at least the quality of the film alone might seem cut out for it.

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