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Dylan and Jez are con artists, Dylan is a charming American who's run from some characters in the states and Jez is an English techno nerd. During one of their scams selling a voice recognition computer they hire Georgie as a secretary for the job. The romantic triangle between Dylan, Jez and Georgie appears, but she is also not a secretary, but a student, and her marriage with rich Roger is upcoming. Written by
For the prize coupon for Zappy Nappies, Dylan and Jez have to describe in no more than eight words why they buy Zappy Nappies. However, Jez's solution - "Weighs less than a bun, holds more than a ton" - which they decide to send in is ten words. See more »
Now *that* is a thing of beauty.
Who you're flirting with.
No I haven't.
Jez, you've got a little bit of a crush? You're wasting your time.
I know: you're good looking and I'm too technical.
Jez, you've got to stop punishing yourself. You're not too technical, just ugly, gross ugly.
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The three blow-up dolls are listed among the cast in the closing credits as Frankie, Sally and Angie. See more »
This movie is brilliant. The scams these guys pull are genius and the comic timing is superb. The first scam deals with artificial intelligence and the exaggeration grows as they scam more people. The lead American actor is really handsome, too. This one is right up there with Lock, Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels, except without the violence.
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