‘Just for the Record‘ went on sale today … and straight into the charts at number 1!
And number 3!
Um … hang on, is that right?
Oh I see …
I’ll start again.
‘Just for the Record‘ went on sale today … and straight into the charts at number 13!
Look, here’s proof:
Okay, so that’s Asda’s chart, but it still counts. Apparently it’s thereabouts in most places, which is quite nice.
One small worry, because there’s always one, is in most places they’re using the distributor’s cover:
Meaning most of the people who’ve bought it think they’ve bought a gangster film, as opposed to a comedy. Asda, bless ’em, look like they’re using the flip-side of the cover which actually portrays it as a comedy:
Which is also nice. I imagine there are going to be some quite miffed Danny Dyer fans who kick back for a night of British violence only to discover there’s no ACTION and nobody gets CUT. At least not in that sense. What can I say, except ‘I’m sorry’? You were lied to – not by me, I hasten to add.
For anyone who’s thinking of buying it but hasn’t yet, please read the following carefully:
IT’S NOT A BRITISH GANGSTER FILM!
It’s a comedy. Or at least it’s meant to be. Decide for yourself if you think it’s funny or not.
Still, number 13, eh? Fancy that, I’m in the charts! This calls for an extra strong cup of tea. I might even skip the decaf and go fully loaded … but perhaps not. No need to push the boat out quite that far.
Hee, hee … I’m in the charts.