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All or Nothing

(2002)

Rated R for pervasive language and some sexuality.

R 128min.
 
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After a rather decided departure with his 1999 homage to Gilbert and Sullivan, Topsy-Turvy, Mike Leigh returns to his usual form for All or Nothing, a melancholy look at the day-to-day lives of a dysfunctional lower-middle class British family called ... Read More
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April 25, 2012
marilynnsummers
I simply adored this film. Tim Spall, Leslie Manville and Ruth Sheen were so talented playing their parts in a film that was steeped in the daily humdrum tasks of work and home, day after day, but their struggles were so pronounced and complex in many ways. Allison Garrland was amazing in her role as daughter of Spall and Manville. Sally H awkins was incredibly luring and the entire case

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