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Written by Ivan Radford   
Thursday, 19 January 2012 10:59

I finally got round to seeing The Iron Lady last night. That poor old woman. What a shock it was to see the truth exposed so clearly:


Jim Broadbent. The Iron Lady 


Meryl Streep is excellent, but the rest of it is slightly forgettable and a bit meh. Or, to combine the two, Meh-ryl Streep.


Now will someone please contact the police and warn them about Jim Broadbent's horrible exploitation of vulnerable, senile old women? I've phoned them several times already but they won't return my calls.


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