Last night saw our Unlimited screening of master satirist Armando Ianucci's razor-sharp new comedy, The Death of Stalin.
Ianucci's pitch-black and painfully funny new movie explores the Soviet scramble for power in the wake of Stalin's demise with a superb cast including Jason Isaacs, Michael Palin, Jeffrey Tambor and Steve Buscemi giving their all.
So what did our Unlimited comrades make of the movie? We'll start with this from Jillian, which is pretty definitive.
Meanwhile Martin says the movie split his sides and then some.
Didn’t stop laughing throughout, such a clever and funny film.— Martin (@MartTweetsStuff) October 13, 2017
Lennie J says it isn't a movie that leaves the mind easily – and that's a very good thing.
Charles is another viewer rallying around Ianucci's latest movie.
Needless to say a few were left cold. Dave confesses he found the film's tone confusing – although surely Ianucci is famous for that contradictory mixture of humour and agony?
Could not decide if it was a comedy, documentry or what....had its moments but did not rock my boat.— dave robertson (@daverobertson5) October 13, 2017
And finally Emma says she had mixed feelings on the experience.
Brought out quite a few laughs from the audience. Not my usual sort of film, but it was strangely enjoyable.— Emma Sewell (@VisionInBlue) October 13, 2017
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