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    Unique ID Code: 0000205200
    Added by: Jitendar Canth
    Added on: 4/5/2020 15:12
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    Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa

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    12 Hostages - 24 Hours - 1 Partridge
    Certificate: 15
    Running Time: 90 mins
    Retail Price: £24.99
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    Content Type: Movie

    When Alan's radio station, North Norfolk Digital, is taken over by a new media conglomerate, it sets in motion a chain of events which see Alan having to work with the police to defuse a potentially violent siege.

    Special Features:
    Audio Commentary
    Hectic Danger Days: The Making of Alpha Papa
    Deleted Scenes

    Video Tracks:
    2.35:1 widescreen 1080p

    Audio Tracks:
    DTS-HD MA 5.1 Surround English
    PCM 2.0 Stereo English
    PCM 2.0 Stereo English Audio Descriptive

    Subtitle Tracks:

    Directed By:
    Declan Lowney

    Written By:

    Colm Meaney
    Steve Coogan
    Tim Key
    Felicity Montagu
    Phil Cornwell
    Sean Pertwee

    Casting By:
    Sarah Crowe

    Music From:
    Ilan Eshkeri

    Director of Photography:
    Ben Smithard

    Mark Everson

    Costume Designer:
    Julian Day

    Production Designer:
    Dick Lunn

    Kevin Loader
    Henry Normal

    Executive Producer:
    Peter Baynham
    Jenny Borgars
    Steve Coogan
    Neil Gibbons
    Rob Gibbons
    Armando Iannucci Christine Langan
    Joe Oppenheimer
    Danny Perkins


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    I do not know what it is about Steve Coogan, hes a great comedian in his way, but when it comes to his Alan Partridge character I never like it, maybe because he is just portrayed as the average joe, though a bit smugger, and where everything goes wrong, and he is not really a superhero cut out to deal with it. And yet..i always go and see his films DOH because its Steve Coogan acting. There is always something good about honest british films showing british humor. Though I actually enjoy more funny-ier type british humor where it seems down to earth but more outlandish and Harry Hills film. 'the Harry Hill movie' belly laughs galore.
    posted by bandicoot on 17/5/2020 12:50