The Full Monty (15) Reviews

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Director Peter Cattaneo Starring: Robert Carlyle, Mark Addy, Tom Wilkinson
Features:
  • Color
  • Closed-captioned
  • Dolby
  • Widescreen
    Theatrical-Release: 13 August, 1997
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    “The Full Monty is a brilliant film with a cast of...”

    Written on: 02/12/2003 by ANGEL1964 (7 reviews written)

    The Full Monty is a brilliant film with a cast of wonderful actors and actresses. A film that people from all walks of life can relate to. Friendship, love and laughter. This is a film that I can watch time and time again and still laugh and cry by the end… Read Full Review

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    “The basic story of this film is very simple, a group...”

    Written on: 23/01/2002 by Amazon Customer. (1 review written)

    The basic story of this film is very simple, a group of unemployed steel workers in Sheffield in England decide to try to raise money by performing for one night only as male strippers.
    Beyond that, there is so much more.
    First of all, the film is very very funny. The sight of a group of men of dubious attraction and in varying stages of unfitness trying to become a dancing & stripping troupe is just the start. Side stories like the theft of garden gnomes and the act of offering to fix a man's… Read Full Review

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