Good film to pass an afternoon with, an interesting story with some good performances. Alan Partridge is an ex-Labour spin doctor in disgrace who winds up back in journalism and picks up a "human interest" piece, grudgingly, when it's placed in his lap by the daughter of an Irish lady who had her son taken from her and sold by nuns in the 1950's. Isn't really there to rock the boat and be in anyone's face, it's quite funny & easy…
So it turns oot people in the marines are psychos and dafties who wonder if their burd is being pumped (which they usually are) every waking moment of every day & the first Iraq war was a load of horse-shite. Jake Gyllenhall carries the movie on his back, it's quite realistic & for a film about the war where the soldiers did fuck awl it was pretty interesting.