“Nativity 3: Dude, Where’s My Donkey?” with Martin Clunes Opens in the UK

Unknown“Nativity 3: Dude, Where’s My Donkey?” opens today, November 14, 2014, in theaters in the UK. No word yet as to when the movie will be available in other countries.

Apparently the film hit the right note with one reviewer who attended the premiere:

“It was a fab film with laughs from start to end. The cast is fabulous, the whole festive flash mob, dancing and singing theme carries throughout the film and the children in the film are amazing. It really is a must see festive film for the whole family. . . .

“Honestly you will skip out of the cinema singing ‘Hey Dude, Where’s My Donkey, Hey Dude Where has he gone’!!”

Media critics haven’t been kind to the film. If interested, you can search the Internet using the film’s title. As an avowed “Clunatic,” I won’t be posting those reviews here.

Here is another clip of the film: https://www.filmdates.co.uk/films/6551-nativity-3-dude-wheres-my-donkey/

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3 thoughts on ““Nativity 3: Dude, Where’s My Donkey?” with Martin Clunes Opens in the UK

  1. The Brits seem to have great movies. They are so lucky. Hope, when it gets to DVD format, that it will be available to the ” cousins” across the pond, here in America. Anything with Martin Clunes has to be good.

  2. Would so love to see this movie! Love flash mobs in general (they are neither) and love the exuberance and freedom Martin Clunes must have had making this film. Please ACORN make it available to the US market sooner rather than later. Thank you Karen for letting us know about the movie and sharing links. Fun! Fun! Fun!

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