For many, Terry Gilliam has a lifetime pass for his Python animations, Time Bandits and Brazil.
Stephen Mangan is very adept at playing the callous, uncaring individual lacking in sympathy and this likeable mock documentary gives him a good outlet to display his strengths.
I have never walked out of a film. Mostly because I’m choosy about what I watch at the cinema; inevitably, though, I’ve seen some execrable rubbish.
Widely reviled on release, Three and Out is the sort of British film that makes you wish that they’d make more Guy Ritchie ripoffs like Rancid Aluminium.
The controversy surrounding Three and Out — it makes light of suicide! It belittles Tube drivers! — has already been heavily publicised.