People who like this movie describe it as
Beautifully filmed, Entertaining, Great Script, Powerful, Hilarious, Funny, A cult hit, A social commentary, A must-see and A masterpiece.
People who like this movie tend to think it's about
Friendship, Alcohol abuse, Unemployment, Substance Abuse and Alcoholism.
People who like this movie also tend to like movies such as The Big Lebowski, Fargo, Annie Hall, The Wicker Man, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Being John Malkovich, Reservoir Dogs, Midnight Cowboy, This Is Spinal Tap and Good bye, Lenin!.
People who like this movie are more likely than most to think of themselves as Misanthropic, Disorganised, Principled, Imaginative and Grumpy. Their general interests are more likely to include Art, Philosophy, Politics, English & Literature and Architecture.
This movie is particularly popular among supporters of the Labour Party. This movie is particularly popular among readers of The Guardian.
People who like this movie tend to like brands such as Dr. Martens, Jacob's, Dyson, Apple and HP Sauce.
People who like this movie say their favourite actors are: Terry Gilliam, Humphrey Bogart, Terry Jones, Kathy Burke, Bill Murray, Cate Blanchett, John Hurt, Ralph Fiennes, Timothy Spall and Simon Pegg.
TV programmes shown in the UK they tend to like include Spaced, Brass Eye, The Thick of It, The Young Ones, That Mitchell And Webb Look, Rising Damp, The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin, Steptoe and Son, I'm Alan Partridge and Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights. UK TV personalities they tend to like include Peter Serafinowicz, Mark Lamarr, Kenneth Williams, Louis Theroux and Stephen Fry.
They also tend to like comedians such as Stewart Lee, Dylan Moran, Reece Shearsmith, Laurel and Hardy and Charlie Brooker.
Books they are statistically most likely to enjoy reading are: Watchmen, Frankenstein, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Grapes of Wrath and Catch-22.