Death at a Funeral (Blu-ray) (DVD Talk, 3 juin 2011).
Matthew Macfadyen is the dramatic backbone of the film. He gives the story much of its heart and dramatic relevance. This actor was barely on my radar until appearing in Joe Wright's Pride & Prejudice adaptation of the Jane Austen literary classic, but afterwards Macfadyen seemed an easy fit for more prominent and recognizable roles. This is one of those examples. He is involved in many comedic moments throughout the film and yet he performs his part with a unique style that understands what each sequence and moment needs most to remain humorous while avoiding the possible pitfalls of standard comedies, where the humor is sometimes so outlandish as to start feeling unintentionally ridiculous.
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