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"It is all hectically and boisterously theatrical but what I missed was the movie’s quietly satirical portrait of a sclerotic society in which it appeared nothing would ever change."
"Overall, this looks like an attempt to emulate Richard Bean’s hit, One Man, Two Guvnors – a retro setting, a hapless hero, a show dependent on the likeability of its star. Mangan clowns, capers and quips like a manic virtuoso, with Tointon keeping nimble pace, but ultimately it’s not quite enough to save the enterprise from mediocrity."
"It wouldn’t have taken much to make it feel timely, but Foley’s production doesn’t trust the audience. It underlines each contemporary parallel heavily to make sure no one misses it. Hard as the cast works, and they work very hard, the whole thing feels laboured."