Channing Tatum stars in an ensemble comedy-drama about a group of friends who reflect on the eve of their high school reunion
Insubstantial but amusing ensemble piece following the adventures of a bunch of characters stranded in Brighton on a bank holiday. Well-crafted and featuring a host of character actors, many of whom would go on to greater things (especially noteworthy is Lockwood in the same year The Lady Vanishes made her a star), Bank Holiday is still a delight to watch.
Director Reed is a long way from The Third Man, but her assured direction is already much in evidence.
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