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'Oh How Humourous!': A Spot O' Modern British Comedy

This collection features the best of British comedy from the turn of the millennium to the present day. Laugh along with the likes of Steve Coogan, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, and Jude Law. Remember, you can't spell humour without U!

Simon Pegg Movies

Better known as 'Shaun of the Dead', Simon Pegg's typically British dry sense of humor has carried almost every project he's been involved in to success. Make sure to check out 'Hot Fuzz' for some more Pegg/Frost magic.

'Movies Like The Secret Life of Walter Mitty': 'Escaping the Rat Race' Movies

Join these middle-aged adventurers as they leave jobs, homes, and worries on quests for freedom from the 9-5 grind. Check out 'Into the Wild' for an emotional biopic depicting college graduate Christoper McCandless's ill-fated journey to the wilds of Alaska.

'Wilde's Favourite List': Charming British Dramedy

Movies in the vein of 'About a Boy': Pitch-perfect British dramas, with some dry humour to take the edge off. Make sure to check out recent pro-LGBT flick 'Pride' for a musical treat, which may have slipped some of the US audience's radar!

'Movies Like Life of Pi': Expansive Travel Masterpieces

Our collection of sometimes harrowing adventures allow you to explore the globe from the comfort of your own couch. Whether their protagonists are moving towards something, or running away from something else, the stunning scenery, diverse casts, and epic plotlines of these films are sure to entrance.

'Movies like Eat Pray Love': Journeys in Self-Exploration

Movies in the vein of 'Eat, Pray, Love': Watch dissatisfied Westerners strike out to find freedom, happiness, and themselves in these contemporary films depicting journeys inside the head as well as outside.

Frost/Pegg Movies

The duo that brought you 'Shaun of the Dead' - these movies contain either Frost, Pegg, or, best of all, a mixture thereof! Make sure to watch their 'Cornetto Trilogy': 'Shaun of the Dead', 'The Worlds' End' and 'Hot Fuzz'.

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