Supported by a who's who and a who's that of international acting talent, Dame Jane is appearing in the "I Give It A Year" with lots of people who have been more successful in tv than they have in movies, including star of A Life Of Pie, Rafe Small, and Rose Byrne from Brideshead. One review on the movie poster has called it "the funniest British comedy ever, or since Richard Curtis did that one with Huge Grant".
I hope it does better than Dame Jane's last triumphant return to the big screen, in Death At A Funeral, which was remade into a blaxploitation film.
Finally saw this today, and did LOL on several occasions. The charity workers' curry night in particlar had me giggling.
Bizarrely the trailer has several scenes and bits of dialogue that didn't make it into the film, and if the trailer had shown Hot Daddy from Sarah Jane Adventures in his underwear then it might have appealled to a wider audience. The dove scene was very well done, and Rose Byrne's drama teacher should be very proud.
And Rad is right, not enough Jane Asher. Her finest moment comes in the closing credits, so don't leave too early.