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Critic Reviews for Dough
Neither the social realism nor the stoner antics feel sufficiently thought-through, making Dough the definition of half-baked.
Best filed alongside tandoori chicken pizza in the list of hybrid recipes that should never have left the kitchen ...
[Pryce] is horribly let down by a predictable paint-by-numbers script and some overcooked supporting performances.
It remains a mystery why Pryce isn't getting more substantial scripts through his letterbox: he looks a touch squandered tossing flour and sugar around.
The plot may turn on a hoary comic conceit, but its plea for tolerance in troubled times is as welcome as the familiar faces in the willing cast.
Audience Reviews for Dough
Dough is pleasant enough. If you're looking for a sweet British confection that doesn't tax your brain, you should be entertained. Jonathan Pryce and Jerome Holder are working with cardboard characters but they give them life. They are captivating despite the utter predictability of the narrative. I mean, how much do you wanna bet that these disparate individuals will eventually learn to embrace each other's differences by the end? . This is essentially one of those culture clash sitcoms from the 1970s with a few minor tweaks. Anyone remember Chico and the Man? I miss that show. fastfilmreviews.com
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