Stiff Upper Lips [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
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Prunela Scales is her usual brilliant self, playing Aunt Agnes with the air of a woman just the wrong side of the insanity divide.
Georgina Cates gives us Emily who can pout for England, and shows us a character who is both funny and sympathetic.
Sean Pertwee as George is also fabulous as well as gorgeous and Robert Portal as Cedric is just superb. The lake scene has to be seen to be believed.
This film's humour is both sophisticated and incredibly funny. I have not laughed so hard for a very long time. I can watch this film over and over again without tiring of the jokes at all. Put that together with the beautiful scenery and sets and you have a production which will never become boring.
There was not one character which let down the show, from Hudson the butler through to Horace the mad tea plantation owner. Every actor is brilliant and will have you crying with laughter. This film is a must have.
I've lent it to a couple of friends, both UK and Finnish and they had the same reaction.
No disrespect, but I think the humour'd be lost on an American audience due to the British angle (as was Monty Python's 'The Meaning of Life' when I watched it in San Francisco), but, hey, seriously funny.
Oh, and, as usual, Amazon's supplier delivered _well_ before the expected date.
I actually worked as Locations for th crew on this film. Talk out good fun! Sir Peter had me in stiches whenever I saw him!
A classic comedy - so well done. Such a shame it didnt do well in the cinema. Wrong time I think.
Buy and enjoy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was good to see Stiff Upper Lips on ITV on Wednesday night and know that Gary Sinyor has not disappeared into film oblivion. Read morePublished on 23 Nov. 2013 by Dan Smith
What a great, really funny film. Don't know why I had not seen it previously. I really laughed out loud - as someone else said in review, it is like a Carry On film for modern... Read morePublished on 15 July 2012 by Mrs. Judith Lugg
The writers and crew , but especially the fine cast, should be ashamed of themselves. This is crude, feeble, unsophisticated and entirely witless - it's not even bawdy. Read morePublished on 4 Jun. 2012 by Libra Man UK