"Erm, this is a FARCE. For those not familiar with the genre (which would seem to include David Jenkins), this is a classic British farce. Part of the joy is seeing Danny Dyer poking fun at himself and the style of film he usually makes. Yes, it's tongue in cheek but that is how it is meant to be. There are certainly some laugh out loud moments if you can only allow yourself to let go and understand this is not an attempt at great art. It's certainly not an homage to the Marx Brothers - where did that idea spring from?
Classic British farce is difficult to get right - to be knowing but not overly so, to be ludicrous and poke fun at itself without having a joke at the audience's expense. This film manages to achieve this in spades."