Feature-length comedy based on the award-winning TV series starring
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley as the infamous Edina and
Patsy. Causing mayhem and havoc wherever they go, Edina and Patsy
continue to enjoy their booze-soaked, glamorous lifestyle when they
find themselves taking the blame for a major faux pas at a trendy
London launch party. Consequently hounded by the media and
paparazzi, the pair flee to the south of France where they
immediately settle in to the ways of lavish living. Despite being
broke, the duo conspire a way to prolong their stay. The film also
sees the return of Edina's daughter Saffy (Julia Sawalha), her
exasperated mother (June Whitfield) and the oddball Bubble (Jane
Horrocks). The all-star cast also features Kate Moss, Emma Bunton
and Rebel Wilson.
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Cheers Sweetie Darlings Ab Fab's Last Hurrah, Farewell to the Cult 90s Comedy Classic
Wed, 11 Jan 2017 | Review by: Vin B
This movie is the apotheosis, of the long spanning outrageous Comedy series Absolutely Fabulous, which has been on the airwaves since 1992 -1996 and 2001-2003 and revived again in 2011-2012, so it is with great sadness we raise a glass of Bolly to see our infamous heroes Edina and Patsy play out their final adventure for us to see ... However, on a more poignant and happier note this movie is indeed a hilarious portrayal of the sozzled celebrity P.R Edina Monsoon and Magazine fashion editor Patsy Stone, in which there's just one thing Eddy is on the brink of bankruptcy, her cards are broken, the champagne is depleted and a reality check is in store, however she needs to land a big fish in order for her and her best friend to maintain their hedonistic champagne and label soaked lifestyle. Be that as it may, a major disaster ensues forcing the pair to flee with no prospects to the glamorous French Riviera, more antics continue a hit and run, a dramatic climax and unusual ending, accomplish this movie as the closing chapter of the loved BBC sitcom. I strongly recommend this movie to fans of the show will be enthralled by the ostentatiousness of the film and how the duo have aged disgracefully. On the contrary, if you have never seen Absolutely Fabulous watch the series's (caution if you are a millennial, study up on 90s pop culture), then you will see the Comedic genius of Jennifer Saunders. Again, it's Absolutely Fabulous sweetie darling
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