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Cemetery Junction

comedy


CEMETERY JUNCTION tells the funny, touching and universal story of being trapped in a small town and dreaming of escape.

Rotten Tomatoes® scores

  • Critic Score
    57%
  • Audience Score
    63%

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    57%
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    63%

Audience Reviews

1 star

The only thing I enjoyed about Cemetery Junction was Jack Doolans character "Snork" other then that, I found it to be a boring movie

- dukeakasmudge, Saturday, August 28, 2010

4 stars

While it's not necessarily anything new in terms of storytelling or characters, it's still a really fun and well made movie with a huge heart. The good acting and above average cinematography make this deserving of your time. It has a great message about dreams and making the most out of life.

- ythelastman89, Friday, August 27, 2010

4 stars

Cast: Christian Cooke, Felicity Jones, Ricky Gervais, Tom Hughes, Jack Doolan, Julia Davis, Ralph Fiennes, Emily Watson, Matthew Goode, Steve Speirs Director: Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant Summary: "Taking a new job to escape a bleak existence as a working-class stiff in a small English town, Freddie Taylor (Christian Cooke) gets ensconced in more drama than he bargained for when he runs into his old flame, Julie (Felicity Jones). Now Freddie and his mates, Bruce (Tom Hughes) and Snork (Jack Doolan), must navigate the consequences of the lovely lady's unexpected reappearance. My Thoughts: "I really enjoyed this dramedy. It has many laughs. My favorite was the dialogue between the grandma and father. Great stuff, plenty of laughs from them. But its an all around great British comedy/drama. Loved the characters. Its about these three friends who are just trying to find their way. Snork just wants to find a gal who will accept him and his tattoo (which is hilarious). Freddie, doesn't want to end up like his father (Gervais) working at a dead end job and having nothing to show for it. Bruce wants out of the small town and is angry at the world, but mainly at his father and goes around getting himself into a lot of fist fights. In the end they all in some way find their path. It's a really good story with laughs throughout that really makes it not only relatable but enjoyable."

- LWOODS04, Tuesday, August 24, 2010