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Saturday 20 September 2014

Run, Fatboy, Run (12A)

Brit comedy's friendly feel

Run Fatboy Run is now showing at cinemas across Northern Ireland

Can anyone buy Ross from Friends as a Big Screen movie director? Stranger still to see David Schwimmer at the helm of a quintessentially British comedy.



(12A, 100 mins) Simon Pegg, Thandie Newton, Hank Azaria, Dylan Moran

Pegg - co-writer with Michael Ian Black and fairly fresh from his huge hit with Hot Fuzz- discovers the love of his life, Newton, who he abandoned at the altar five years previously, is about to hitch up with high-flyer business type Azaria (the man of a hundred voices in The Simpsons). Winning her back somehow involves running a marathon. Go figure.

Now showing at cinemas across Northern Ireland



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