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Svengali [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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Svengali tells the story of Dixie (Jonny Owen), a small town guy with a big dream. He leaves a humble Welsh mining town for the bright lights of London, intent on becoming the manager of the best band in the world.
A feel-good British comedy with a heart of gold and a soundtrack to match (featuring music by The Stone Roses, The Coral, Jake Bugg, The Libertines and The Prems).
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The film's heart is in the right place, but doesn't convince as really funny or well observed. There are a lot of contrived obstacles thrown in Dixie's way that mean he keeps having to run from one end of the country to other to keep the band together while trying to get them signed up. I enjoyed the soundtrack which included a lot of established bands, but there was nothing about the fictional band, other than Dixie's say so, that merited their potential as the best new band. If you suspend your disbelief long enough to accept that they are, that then begs the question, what's the point of Dixie, if everyone already loves them on-line, queues up to see them and companies are fighting to sign them. If it was a better or funnier film, you probably wouldn't stop to ask those questions.
Amiable but not great.
For me the best early clip joked on about Eddie Pillar as Mr Secret Affair... where was the man himself in the film?
Wanted to love it, but let down..... sorry.
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Only gave it 1 star because you can't go lower. The worst film I have ever seen and that is really impressive because I ran a video shop for three years. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer