Mike Bassett: England Manager

Mike Bassett: England Manager

Mike Bassett: England Manager is an hilarious British Comedy that stars Ricky Thomlinson. Featuring Cameos from Barry Venison, Gabby Yorath, Atomic Kitten and Pele.When the England manager has a heart attack, footballs' top brass turn to Mike Bassett (basically no one else wanted the job). England lose Mike's first two games in charge. His team struggles to a goal-less draw in the final qualifying match but, thanks to a fluke result elsewhere, England qualify for the finals in Brazil.In South America things go from bad to worse. Pressure is mounting for Mike. An embarrassing drunken performance caught by a new photographer seals his fate as the most unpopular Englishman ever.However, Mike makes an impassioned plea for the country to get behind him - fans, press, players.... even his wife. Can Mike turn the tide and bring football home ? ..

The manager of England's national football unexpectedly succumbs to a heart attack, and suddenly the search is on for a replacement. Most people who seem qualified for the position have the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mike Bassett: England Manager torrent reviews

Michael A (gb) wrote: Tends to get a bit preachy towards the end but it doesn't lessen what comes before it.

Joetaeb D (ca) wrote: Timothy green isn't without sweetness and charm, but it's thin script and cloying sentimentality make it difficult for all but sensitive people.

Ralph R (it) wrote: I would rather watch every episode of Oprah while smelling Oprah's sweaty armpit. I would rather vote for Obama or scrape the burnt off of toast. To put it simple, no, this movie will not be watched by me.

Patrick R (kr) wrote: So bad it's entertaining. :p

Nadia C (us) wrote: Nastassja Kinski is just perfect as Tess, she looks like an innocent girl,but also has something seductive and charming. It's just perfect. I actually watched the movie, because I was curious to know about what the book is. It's a tragic story with a sad ending... But it's a well made movie, perhaps one of the best of Polanski.