6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Humour can be a subjective thing but anyone (actually my mother-in-law is one, but then she's mad) who can watch this film without laughing should see a doctor and have their funny bones checked. It's not just that the dialogue is hilarious; the film as a whole is surreal, compelling and thought-provoking - even educational if you're not that familiar with religious doctrine. The acting is superb, including the incredible versatility of Eleanor Bron in her 7 different manifestations as Margaret Spencer, the object of Stanley Moon's (Dudley's) desperate yearnings.
I suppose if anyone is going to have problems with the film it will be younger viewers (although my kids love it)… Read more