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Kevin & Perry Go Large (2000)

R | | Comedy, Music | 21 April 2000 (UK)
Kevin and Perry are two 15-year-old boys whose desperation to lose their virginity is so great that it inspires a sort of awe. In the rare moments when they're not thinking about girls, ... See full summary »

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(screenplay), (screenplay) (as David Cummings)
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Cast

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Kevin / Executioner (as Henry R. Enfield)
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Eye Ball Paul
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Candice
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Dad
Louisa Rix ...
Mum
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Gemma
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Anna Shillinglaw ...
Bikini girl (as Anna Shilling Law)
Badi Uzzaman ...
Shopkeeper
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Policeman
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Vicar (as Ken Cranham)
Mark Tonderai ...
Record store boss
Patsy Byrne ...
Old lady
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Storyline

Kevin and Perry are two 15-year-old boys whose desperation to lose their virginity is so great that it inspires a sort of awe. In the rare moments when they're not thinking about girls, Kevin dreams of being a singer, and Perry has ambitions toward becoming a dance music DJ. When Kevin and Perry manage to stop a bank robbery, they're given a sizable cash reward, and they decide to go on a holiday in Ibiza, which is supposedly populated with thousands of beautiful women willing to sleep with anyone. However, after the boys pack plenty of sunscreen and condoms, Kevin's parents announce that they're tagging along. Undeterred, Kevin and Perry make the trip and meet superstar DJ Eyeball Paul , who may or may not listen to their demo tape. The boys also encounter Gemma and Candice, two scruffy teenage girls who are nearly as eager as Kevin and Perry to get horizontal. Written by Anonymous

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All They Want To Do Is... Do It!

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Comedy | Music

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for sexual content and language | See all certifications »

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21 April 2000 (UK)  »

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Box Office

Budget:

£2,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

£2,404,517 (UK) (21 April 2000)
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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

In the scene where Kevin signs for his dad's credit card, the address is fictitious and the last part of the post code is 5EX See more »

Goofs

Eye-ball Paul's villa is on the Port Deportivo Marina. Every time Perry and/or Kevin is seen outside the villa, they subsequently walk along the jetty towards the water. These jettys don't actually go anywhere, so unless they travel by boat, they'd just have to turn around and come back again. See more »

Quotes

Kevin: That is so unfair!
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Crazy Credits

At the start of the credits there are a mixture of alternative shots of scenes from the film, deleted scenes from the film and out-takes from the film. This is then followed by a continuous scene of inside Cream: Amnesia of people dancing as the credits start to roll up, this carries on until the music credits come up, at which point the background fades to black, but the music and credits continue until the end. See more »

Connections

References Zabriskie Point (1970) See more »

Soundtracks

Luvstruck
Written by M. Verkuylen, B.Kuyten, T. Hagenbeek & J DJ Merlin
Published by Toy Jay/I Scream/Lube Music
Performed by Southside Spinners
Courtesy of AM:PM Records a company of Universal Music.
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8 May 2012 | by (England) – See all my reviews

I loved this film when it first came out especially as it basically portrayed the whole Ibiza\dance music scene at the time. It actually inspired us lads to book up the following year and have great time. If you were a teenager who liked dance music and\or went to Ibiza in the early 2000s then you will at least appreciate the awesome music and feel like going out after seeing the club scenes. Kevin and Perry Go Large basically takes the mick out of the whole Ibiza\Club\brit abroad type thing by portraying stereotypical teenagers, DJs and even Germans. This film is typical Harry Enfield humor, just an extended sketch from the TV series really, so again if you don't think he is funny then don't watch it.


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