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4.1 out of 5 stars
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4.1 out of 5 stars
Driving Lessons [DVD] [2006]
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on 19 October 2017
Love Rupert grint, funny film, good acting by two main character.
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on 16 October 2017
good film, enjoyable
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on 25 November 2017
Arrived quickly. Happy
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on 22 April 2016
funny
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on 8 March 2015
surprisingly great a must watch
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on 26 April 2017
Poor for Julie Walters abit of a let down
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on 19 June 2016
Amazing movie!!
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on 24 April 2007
Driving Lessons is one of the finest British comedy films I have seen for a long time. The story is about a teenager's (Grint) upbringing in a middle class surbanan community, with a highly devoted religious family. The pivotal point of the movie is where he develops a special bonding with this ageing and eccentric actress (Julie Walters). These key moments of the movie are absolutely hilarious, as their are petit quarrels between the two and crazy adventures. The fresh experience which has emerged in his life, has questioned loyalty towards his religious family or this actress. Which direction does he head? That is the general gist underlying the movie.

The movie is really entertaining and light hearted humour. The performance provided by Julie Walters is electrifying and she without any doubt is one of the finest actress Britain boosts. Rupert Grint's performance is equally good as the shy teenager. If you appreciate a bit of light hearted humour, this will satisfy your taste. Driving Lessons is one of best British comedy films I have seen in a long time.
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on 14 February 2007
Excellently cast, Driving Lessons portrays the young Grint attempting to escape the cluches of his excessively overbearing zealot of a mother. He meets Walters, an out of work and ageing actress, who is typically eccentric and an alcoholic into the bargain. She forces Grint out of his shell whilst herself becomming increasingly dependent upon him. The film climaxes with a trip to Edinburgh, where Walters has been invited to give a reading at the Book Festival - her only job offer since a terribly banal role in a second rate eighties drama entitled 'The Shipping Magnates'.

The pair learn a great deal about each other and through each other learn to cope with the quandary they find themselves in.

The film is excellently cast with exceptional performances form both Walters and Grint. Walters' colourful language is side-splitting.

It's well worth purchasing for any fan of great British film/comedy. 5 Stars
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on 29 July 2017
Julie Walters at her best. Her character reminded me of Mrs Overalls. Quite sad but very amusing with it. A great film about an out of work 'has been' actress who uses a young lad to get her to an engagement in Edinburgh where she is to give a talk. She cannot drive and he is only a learner! Hilarious film. I loved it.
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