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Film Review: A Few Less Men (UK, 2017) is conventional comedy with its heart in the right place

Three British lads on holidays in Australia for a wedding face a dilemma that would put a damper on any getaway. One of the groomsmen has died (after a drunken romp through the Australian outback, it seems), and now the two remaining groomsmen and the groom, the dead bloke’s three best mates, make it their mission to bring his body back to London, if only to avoid the wrath of said dead bloke’s cousin Henry, who’s five beers short of a six-pack. Except things don’t quite go to plan, and what was meant to be a simple plane trip back to the UK turns into a mammoth trek – lugging a dead body across Australia’s wildest landscapes.... Continue Reading

Xavier Samuel talks about transporting dead bodies in A Few Less Men, filming in WA and David Lynch

Hitting cinemas this Thursday is the sequel to the surprise Australian hit comedy A Few Best Men, A Few Less Men. Ahead of the film’s release, we caught up with star Xavier Samuel to talk about this film, its non-existent David Lynch version, filming in WA and whether or not he has any beef with Drake over the 2008 Australian film Newcastle. You’ll need to read on to understand what that’s all about…... Continue Reading

Win a double pass to see A Few Less Men, in cinemas March 9th

In A Few Less Men, the sequel to the worldwide hit A Few Best Men, a destination wedding in Australia’s Blue Mountains goes horribly wrong when Luke gets drunk and falls off a cliff. Our boys, David (Xavier Samuel), Tom (Kris Marshall) and Graham (Kevin Bishop) suddenly find themselves transporting their friend’s corpse back to London, where his grieving Aunt is planning the funeral.... Continue Reading

Teaser trailer drops for Aussie Outback Comedy Sequel A Few Less Men as film is pushed to 2017

STUDIOCANAL has released a bite-sized trailer for the sequel to Aussie outback comedy A Few Best Men. Entitled A Few Less Men the 2017 sequel stars Xavier Samuel (Love & Friendship, Fury), Kris Marshall (Love Actually, Death at a Funeral) and Kevin Bishop (Pot Luck). The trailer release co-incides with news that the film has been delayed from November to February of next year.... Continue Reading