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It won't win many awards or break many box office records, but Mindhorn doesn't outstay its welcome and approaches the important business of spoofery with a practically academic attention to ridiculous detail. A hoot.
This is a bravely unflattering and deft performance by Barratt, who injects a delicate balance of resilience, sadness and resentment into Thorncroft while still making us root for him as the ignominies mount up.