Not Morris at his best
Brock from Limerick, 08 Sep 2011
HUGE fan of Chris Morris, he is a big hero. Check Brass Eye, Blue Jam, The Day Today to name just a few.
However, directorial debut is a bit of a let down. Aside form a few laughs, there is no 3-dimesion to the characters and the film does not hold together well as a linear piece.
Original and mostly good
Donal from Cork, 07 Jun 2011
Okay, some of the humour is a bit silly slapstick, but on the other hand there are very good acting performances and a few really funny characters. A bittersweet comedy. There are extras on the dvd that give some background colour to the story, that are worth watching.
A shocking comedy/funny drama..
Aimee from Galway, 13 Jan 2011
I enjoyed watching this but it did leave me a little confused with some of the plot holes. But as long as I don't dwell on them I can remember the really good bits, and there are many.
Frances from Clare, 18 Feb 2011
Four British Muslims efforts to become terrorists turns into not a lot more that slapstick comedy. There are a few laughs but all in all quite forgettable.
We loved it!
Donal from Galway, 26 Oct 2010
A very funny movie. It could have happened like this. It makes you think about prejudice and how it could affect things in very different ways.