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IMDB Rating : 6.2
IMDB Votes : 10,800
User Reviews : 24
Movie Rated : R
Date Released : 11 April 2014
Run Time : 98 min
Movie Genre : Comedy
Movie Director : James Griffiths
Movie Writer : Jon Brown, Nick Frost
Movie Stars : Nick Frost, Rashida Jones, Chris O’Dowd, Olivia Colman


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Cuban Fury 1987: A 13 year old natural born dancer with fire in his heels and snakes in his hips is working himself up to explode all over the UK Junior Salsa Championships. But then: a freakish bullying incident on the mean streets of London robs him of his confidence, and our young hero finds his life diverted down a very different path. So it is that 22 years later, an adult Bruce Garrett (Nick Frost) finds himself out-of-shape and unloved – trapped in a downward spiral of self-pity, repression and Nando’s take-outs. Only Julia (Rashida Jones), his smart, funny, gorgeous new American boss, gives him reason to live. But she’s untouchable. Out of his league, so he imagines, with her perfect smile and perfect life. Unknown to Bruce however, Julia has issues all of her own. Luckily for him, she also has a secret passion. Then there’s Drew (Chris O’Dowd), his alpha male colleague and horny king-monkey of the office. With Drew making no secret of his desire to get (his words) “all up inside Julia”,…


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Likable, but too flimsy

(47%) Nick Frost's underdog sport movie (of sorts) lies very much in the same vein as Simon Pegg's "Run fat boy run", only I know which one I prefer, and it sure ain't this. With that said this is still worth a look for fans of the nerdy duo, with three maybe four mild laughs throughout, so don't expect a laugh a minute hit and you might be okay. Frost carries the film perfectly well playing very much a typical fat bloke who's stuck in a self-pitting rut, but Chris O'Dowd's character is too much the competitive jerk to be relatable, and the plot is way too formulaic and predicable. While the dance sequences don't draw out enough laughs, but because of Frost's appearance they can't really be taken all that seriously either. Overall very much catch it if you can fluff.