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At the time this video was released where I work (in the Isle of Man) all the excitement was about the recent video rental releases of big name titles such as The Matrix and Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me. There was nothing much else I fancied watching so I thought I would give it a spin because quite a few people had rented it already. I was not expecting much from the film, a straight to video black comedy about some students involved in a bungled kidnapping, doesn't sound very promising? You would be wrong. There are no big names in the film but Mark Burgess, Sean Devine and Danny Strong give incredibly funny performances as the confused kidnappers. Perpetrators of the crime is classed as a black comedy and the latter certainly does not fail to deliver, Ed is one of the funniest characters I have seen in any film for a very long time. The seen where he is fishing is absolute genius, you really must see this film!
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