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Round Ireland with a Fridge (2010)

| Comedy, Drama
After years of performing the same comedy sketch at performances, Tony Hawks decides to find inspiration for his scripts by traveling around Ireland with a portable fridge.

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Ed Bye

Writer:

Tony Hawks
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Hawks ... Tony Hawks
Valerie O'Connor Valerie O'Connor ... Roisin Mulvaney
Ed Byrne ... Dylan Daley
Sean Hughes ... Brendan
Josie Lawrence ... Sandra
Andy Taylor Andy Taylor ... Kevin
Sara Crowe ... Nicola
Breffni McKenna Breffni McKenna ... Peter
Tomás Ó Súilleabháin Tomás Ó Súilleabháin ... Bingo
Stephen Denver Stephen Denver ... Butch
Susan Paterno Susan Paterno ... Karen
Deirdra Morris Deirdra Morris ... Agnes
Chrissie Cotterill Chrissie Cotterill ... Anne-Marie
David Sterne ... Mac
Brendan Dempsey Brendan Dempsey ... Liam
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After years of performing the same comedy sketch at performances, Tony Hawks decides to find inspiration for his scripts by traveling around Ireland with a portable fridge.

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Dull adaptation of a good book
9 April 2012 | by peter1892See all my reviews

Having read the book upon which this movie is based I was interested in seeing how the story would transfer onto the screen. I read the book back when it was published (1998 I think) and I have fond memories of the original journey which Tony Hawks made around Ireland (with a fridge). I found the movie to be silly, with far too many clichés and Paddywhackery. A real pity. Also, while I didn't really expect the screenplay to follow the original storyline in exact detail I felt that adaptation was quite dull and boring, missing out some of the fun things that happened and concentrating on a few very obvious anecdotes. To be honest, there's nothing much to recommend about this film. The book, however, is still great!


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