You, Me & Them 2013

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A new comedy about a large, loving, close knit, chaotic extended family. When two people fall in love, they donāt just get each other; they get each otherās family too. Whether they like it or not. When Lauren and Ed realise they are soul mates, their respective families think they are crazy ā a twenty six year age difference, itāll never work! But it quickly turns out that Ed and Lauren have the most ānormalā of relationships, and itās the whole chaotic extended family who have problems, including the sister who settled down too young, the teenage daughter who wants to get out fast, the mother who only wants whatās best for her grown up daughters (as long as she gets to decide what that is), the middle-aged over-weight younger brother who just wants to find love (and a job), and the monstrous ex wife who just loves to pop up at the most inappropriate moments.

Starring:
Anthony Head, Jeff Rawle
Rental Formats:
DVD

Product Details

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  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 3 hours 0 minutes
Starring Anthony Head, Jeff Rawle, Lindsay Duncan, Eve Myles, Susie Blake
Director Simon Hynd
Genres Comedy
Studio ACORN MEDIA
Rental release 6 January 2014
Main languages English

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We bought this series based on the Youtube trailer, which made us laugh. Unfortunately, the trailer contained the best bits of the first episode, so the most we could muster during the actual show was a smile. The problem is the characters are all just vehicles designed to deliver the writers' jokes and snappy lines, but you don't believe them as individual characters or care about them much. The writers have to keep devising artificial ways for everyone to be together or exchange witty repartee, or the show would not be able to support such a large cast (it would simply be "You and Me"). Another problem is that it's really hard to buy that a couple their age would really give a toss about what the girlfriend's parents and family think about their age difference--and honestly, that age difference is not that apparent or shocking. Episode 2 wasn't much of an improvement (after all the exposition was handled in Episode 1), but we'll slog through the rest because Lindsay Duncan can still be a hoot.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cedrick on 14 Jun 2014
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The first episode is a bit slow, which might discourage some people, but the quality improves greatly once the characters are introduced. The story is very sweet and positive, so it's a great and stress-free watch. The cast is very well chosen.
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Pretty sad writing in this one. Good cast ensemble, but unfortunately they didn't have much to work with. Whoever wrote this show sucks.
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