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Wild About Harry [DVD] 
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Middle-aged TV chef Harry McGee (Brendon Glesson) is having a hard time lately. His wife Ruth (Amanda Donohoe) is threatening to leave him, his drinking habit is getting worse, and his kids won't speak to him. But after he gets beaten into a coma by some muggers after work one night, he wakes up six days later to discover that he has shed 25 years of memory and now has the attitude and experience of an enthusiastic 18-year-old. With his final divorce hearing due in two weeks time, the now-youthful Harry sets out to save his flagging career and woo the bewildered Ruth all-over again.
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Harry is an obnoxious TV chief on the verge of being divorced who drinks too much and is full of his own self importance. After being attacked in a petrol station he gets a second chance to rebuild his life.
I'm a great admirer of Brendan Gleeson's acting talents and in this film he doesn't disappoint. This is basically a romantic comedy with a lot less nauseating saccharin than the usual hollywood style fodder. Amanda Donohoe is brilliant as his wife and the actor (whos name escapes me) is brilliant as the agent.