Richard Thorncroft is a has-been British TV actor who used to be famous in the late 1980's for playing the titular and charismatic lead role in the Isle of Man detective show Mindhorn, a character with a Robotic eye that can literally "see the truth". Unfortunately, after becoming a little too pompous and arrogant, Richard ends up insulting both the Isle of Man and his fellow cast members on the Wogan chat-show, including his on-screen and real life love interest Patricia DeVille, (Effie Davies) his Stuntman, (Simon Farnaby) and bit-part costar Peter Easterman. (Steve Coogan) He decides to leave to try and make it big in Hollywood, but 25 years later and he's balding in a flat in North London and has recently been replaced for an orthopaedic sock advert by John Nettles, much to his chagrin. He is even more jealous that Easterman now fronts a long running spin-off show which has far eclipsed the success of Mindhorn. Richard has an unexpected opportunity to reignite his career though ...
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User 1 Review:
Felt surprisingly short and as if it could have covered more. Admittedly I have never been a fan or followed Whitney's career, so I knew next to nothing about her anyhow, aside from the hits and the drug abuse, marriage to Bobby Brown etc. I am assuming most interested in this would probably go into it with a bit more background than I did. I did get the impression of a slightly sad, insecure woman, which isn't at all what I would have pictured. Focuses more on the personal than the music, which I appreciated, but still could have gone a bit deeper.
User 2 Review:
This was a good attempt to tell the story of Whitney Houston and her tragic demise. Whilst it is certainly a treat for Broomfield to show us the unseen footage from Whitney's 1999 tour, there seems to be an over-reliance on the footage that a lot seems to get missed out. The unseen footage is nice but it is the "seen" footage which truly makes Whitney Houston iconic and more of that could have been used to make this documentary film more compelling. The lack of interviewees was also disappointing. Where is Clive Davis, Cissy Houston and Bobby Brown and Robyn? Their absences were disappointing but the film moves on anyways but it never really elevates to the same standard as Amy or Don't Look Back. It's a shame but this shouldn't deter fans from viewing Broomfield's efforts. Just don't set your hopes too high.
User 3 Review:
When you look at it, this movie has everything to be good. It has a good soundtrack, the best CGI I have ever seen, great action scenes, great actors/acting, great voice-overs,... But what made this movie so bland and dumb, was the writing. Without a good story, withour good writing this movie is nothing more then pointless shooting and explosions. It had great potential when you look at it, but they should have put someone else in the directing seat. Someone that cares about a good story with the best action scenes. It's a bloody shame that Michael Bay stayed for as long as he had.