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on 30 September 2014
A great film
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on 20 December 2013
nice film
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on 18 December 2015
A great fun movie, nicely framed nudity, nothing obscene and totally believable characters.
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on 11 December 2016
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on 6 February 2016
Very fast delivery, and product were as good as new, Thank you very much
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on 9 October 2013
I would recommend it because it is different, a good idea but a bit slow sometimes. I enjoyed it and thought the acting was good.
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on 21 July 2014
A light hearted funny and sexy movie very entertaining
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on 6 January 2009
This is a bit of a Marmite movie (you'll love it or you'll hate it); reviews on Amazon and elsewhere on the web have been very mixed which won't help anyone making a purchasing choice. The film is sexy, funny, and sensitive without being pretentious. Personally I found this movie completely spellbinding and unexpected. It was nothing like I thought it was going to be (the box art does advertise a rude comedy and I almost expected a modern "Carry On" type movie). However rather than sitting down to watch the comic capers of a young freshly-dumped student who can freeze time to undress female shoppers, I was treated to a massively fulfilling piece of work in which the nudity is artistic and expressive, and the romantic comedy is a cut above any of the normal Hollywood drivel we get subjected to. This is a brilliant British movie but it won't suit all tastes. Rent it first.
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on 9 October 2009
An interesting and often funny film, but with some oddities.

Firstly I was very surprised that they used a real supermarket brand and location for a film that depicts employees doing no real work and a lecherous pervert for a manager. May be Sainsbury's felt that any publicity has got to be good.

The next thing that puzzled me was the time line. If I followed it right then Sean Biggerstaff's character had a crush on Zola Budd when he was 12 years old, she was on our screens in 1984, 21 years before this film was made, which would have made him 33 in the film. Have I missed something here? He looked like someone in his early 20's in student accommodation at art college, how did this work?

The time freezing element to the film was great, who hasn't wished they could use an ability like this to make mischief with?

Over all it is great fun and one I could watch again.

Update April 2010. Ok so I really liked Cashback and decided to buy it. I have realised that the messing with time which occurs throughout the film is deliberate, just pause the film when Sharon is reading the invite to the art exhibition to see what I mean. Very clever and subtle too.
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on 9 November 2009
I watched this online, and enjoyed it then, so I thought it was worth buying on amazon since it was going for such a bargain.

Somehow I doubt many will buy this film, as they may think its a cheap porn movie, if they judge it by the front cover, but that simply isnt true.
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