People who like this movie describe it as
Original, Engaging, Easy to follow, Comic, Perfect, Slick, Harmless fun and A must-see.
People who like this movie tend to think it's about
Human Nature and Love.
People who like this movie also tend to like movies such as The Fugitive, School for Scoundrels, Trading Places, Driving Miss Daisy, Harvey, Carry On Sergeant, Groundhog Day, The Santa Clause, The Man with the Golden Gun and The Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult.
People who like this movie are more likely than most to think of themselves as Perfectionist, Competent, Straight-forward, Control-freaky and Knowledgeable. Their general interests are more likely to include Business and Finance, Politics, Education, Science and Television.
This movie is particularly popular among supporters of the Liberal Democrats. This movie is particularly popular among readers of Daily Mail. People who like this movie tend to drive cars such as Fiat.
People who like this movie tend to like brands such as AEG, Robert Dyas, BAE Systems, NEFF and Slazenger.
People who like this movie say their favourite actors are: Albert Finney, Denholm Elliott, Anthony Quayle, Christopher Plummer, Peter Falk, James Garner, George Baker, Sanjeev Bhaskar, James Cagney and Brian Dennehy.
TV programmes shown in the UK they tend to like include Colditz, Maigret, James May's Toy Stories, A Bit of Fry and Laurie, Campion, Three Men Go to New England, Captain Pugwash, Nature's Miracle Babies, Ally McBeal and Soldier Soldier. UK TV personalities they tend to like include Alexander Armstrong, Rolf Harris, Dan Snow, Johnny Ball and Gavin Esler.
They also tend to like comedians such as Geoffrey Palmer, Richard Briers, Peter Sallis, Ben Miller and Alexander Armstrong.
Books they are statistically most likely to enjoy reading are: Wilt, The Silver Pigs, Porterhouse Blue, Hercule Poirot: The Complete Short Stories, Master and Commander, The Client, And Then There Were None, The Last Battle, The Last Continent and Wintersmith.