The Man Who Sued God 
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4.33 out of 5
ISBN/ASIN : B0000SVWKE
Manufacturer : Universal Pictures Video|
Release data : 01 December, 2003
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Billy at his Best.
This for me is Billy Connolly at his best. Bad language from the start - but what else can you expect, apart from brilliant acting. An excellent,imaginative and very thought provoking storyline. A must for all Billy Connolly fanatics and a must for all doubters of insurance companies. Highly funny, certainly one of the best i've seen in a while - great entertainment.
Superb!!! (If you like Billy)
Well, admittedly the first time I watched it I thought the film itself wasn't the most riveting film I have watched, however Billy's performance is truly mesmerizing - Billy is exactly how you would expect him to behave in everyday public.
However I have since watched the film at least 8 more times in the space of 12 weeks and each time, I still thoroughly enjoy Billy. The film itself continues to grow on me and the storyline is cracking (this coming from a legal background!).
If you like Billy, buy it. If you aren't a huge fan, then rent it before buying it. It you are in a passing phase of Billy Connolly comedy, don't buy it because it will not meet your expectations of a great film.
A pleasant romantic comedy the sort of film that Hollywood used to make in the 30's and 40's.Don't expect any belly laughs or the world on your back laconic humour that the title suggests.Instead what you get is an unsentimental,adult feel good movie.The one flaw in the film is the over reaction of the crowds to the idea that some one should sue God it was reactionary, stereotypical and not worthy of the film makers.To there credit the Cardinals defence of Christianity as a well spring of love was given prominence and genuinely moving.It says a lot about the film that when the cockatoo breaks into the courtroom at the end it just about works.