Death at A FuneralDVD - 2008
"Insanely funny..."--Time Magazine
"...a comic explosion that's just too good..."--Boston Globe
Mourners and guests at a British country manor stuggle valiantly to 'keep a stiff upper lip,' as a dignified ceremony devolves into a hilarious, no-holds-barred debacle of misplaced cadavers and shocking family secrets.
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Brian: Would you like to see before, you know...Yeah.
Aaron: Brian? Who's this?
Brian: You know, I asked myself the same thing when my dad passed. I said, "Who is this man?"
Aaron: No, no, Brian. Who's this in the coffin? Because that's not my father.
Brian: Are you sure?
Aaron: Are you asking me if I'm sure? I know what my father looks like?
Brian: No, people make mistakes in a time of grief, Aaron.
Aaron: Look at the damn body, man.
Brian: Oh, shit. You got Jackie Chan in there!
Uncle Russell: Hey, let me tell you something about women. Smarter than you think they are, but not nearly as smart as *they* think they are.
Aaron: What's going on?
Elaine: She took my parking spot, Aaron.
Aaron: Parking spot? My father's dead. Act right.
Uncle Russel: It's just that, I know that I've been touched in some religious fashion. I'm addicted to strip clubs. The smell, the pole, the stretch marks, the C-section scars.
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