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Pasty Faces (2000)

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Two unemployed actors flee the drudgery of Glasgow for the fame promised by Hollywood and Las Vegas.


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Credited cast:
David Paul Baker ...
Gary Cross ...
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Jessica Hughes ...
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Two unemployed actors flee the drudgery of Glasgow for the fame promised by Hollywood and Las Vegas.

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Fairly enjoyable
26 December 2001 | by (Glasgow) – See all my reviews

I saw this film in Glasgow earlier this year. I knew by stories I heard it was not some slick big budget flick, which is really why I went because I am sick of supporting big budget films that all have the same formula.

It was not a great film, but it definately had the potential there to be a hit, the thing that stopped it I think was the budget, as I heard it was made for like a quarter of a million, so taking that into consideration it was ok. I have to admit the cinema was packed when I saw it and people laughed a lot because there was some very funny scenes. The cast on a whole were also good, especially the guy that plays Joe.

I have to say on a whole though that it seemed like a film that was wasted because of the lack of budget. I think if it had a budget it could been just as big as "Road Trip", and funnier. It was refreshing coming out of Scotland as all we get here is drunks and social deprivation, so I will give it the thumbs up for that alone. I have seen many bad films, but most of them don't have the excuse that they don't have a budget or stars, so I can't criticise this harshly.

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