Come to the cinema by mistake and see this all-time classic British comedy on the big screen. Richard E Grant and Paul McGann are the eponymous Withnail and I, the two resting actors living in bohemian squalor in north London’s Camden Town in the late 60s. They conceive the catastrophic plan of getting away for the weekend at a country cottage owned by Withnail’s garrulous Uncle Monty, wonderfully played by Richard Griffiths. Probably the most quotable film of all time and we will not allow a drink-along competition during the screening ambulances would have to be standing by. We feel intense envy of those who have never seen it and will see it for the first time, but we are sure there are many who cannot wait to see it again for the umpteenth time in fully restored glory.
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