Run, Fatboy, Run

2007

Comedy / Romance / Sport

Run, Fatboy, Run (2007) download yts

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 48%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 64%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 58197  

Synopsis


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Cast

Simon Pegg as Dennis
Stephen Merchant as Man with Broken Leg
David Schwimmer as Man Handing Dennis a Beer During Race
Simon Pegg as Dennis
720p
695.73 MB
1280*720
PG-13
23.976 fps
1hr 40 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kclambeth 9 / 10

Fat and Fantastic!

I loved Shaun of the dead and hot fuzz so i knew i would like this but it was even funnier than i thought it was going to be.

A strong cast, the storyline was obvious but then i think that was the point, it was supposed to be a cliché, that's why it seemed funnier. The direction and writing were very good and generally the pace of the film was perfect.

I adore Simon Pegg in these roles, his ability to play the straight, flawed individual but make him the funniest man on screen is great and you're drawn to his story, no matter how ridiculous his predicament is. His best friend was hilarious, the setting of the London marathon was a great idea and Hank Azaria played his part well as the whole way through i wanted him to not get the girl and lose the race.

It's not as funny as Simon's other films but i really enjoyed it and it was well worth paying to see, in fact i'd watch it again tomorrow as there was so many laughs throughout to hold my interest.

Overall i love the Britishness of this film, the good guy and his basic life, it's not showy, or Hollywood it's just a simple film with comedy stars doing silly things and making us laugh, a perfect pick me up if you ask me.

Reviewed by David Litchfield 8 / 10

Humorous retelling of film Running [1979]

This was a great film and had me and the rest of the audience in stitches. Well worth seeing and for those that have seen Michael Douglas in the Running [1979] the tale will be somewhat familiar.

Simon Pegg delivers the comedic moments superbly (doesn't he always?) and yet also convincingly parts a warm touch to, well, those warm touching moments in the film that he shares with his son.

Harish Patel deserves a very honourable mention as Pegg's landlord-cum-mentor-cum-trainer. The only problem with the film was that all the way through I was waiting on Nick Frost to make at least a cameo appearance - talking of which the David Walliams scene will bring a smile to those Little Britaners out there.

Great film.

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