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Alan Partridge is the most well-known of the many comedy characters of actor Steve Coogan, who first appeared as a football commentator on BBC radio before getting his own chat show Knowing Me, Knowing You. He's a bit like an out-of-touch, embarrassing uncle who has somehow ended up on television - a parody of cliched media personalities. Later series I'm Alan Partridge and Mid-Morning Matters explored his decline from national celebrity to local radio obscurity in his home county, Norfolk - the setting of his long-awaited movie, in which Alan is asked to resolve a dangerous hostage situation in his workplace.
Satire of the ruthlessness of TV companies from the '70s, about a newsreader having a meltdown who is sacked, then re-hired to help ratings.
14+ years 116 mins
Painfully perceptive Scorsese film in which Robert De Niro gives an unforgettable performance as stand-up wannabe, Rupert Pupkin.
16+ years 104 mins
Thriller about two criminals who try to rob a New York bank but have things go horribly wrong, taking hostages and finding themselves under siege.
14+ years 119 mins
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