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Drug-filled and seemingly drug-fuelled tale of a rock star's son who has to meet certain conditions in order to receive his inheritance. Features a set of cameos from TV types, including Les Dennis and Phil Cornwell. If 18 year old Jason Mousely doesn't have a stable job, a steady girlfriend and respect his stepmother's property, he won't get the large inheritance of his late rock star dad. And we do indeed follow his misadventures as his life spirals out of control. He fancies a girl, is convinced to throw a party at his stepmother's house so he can chat her up, things go awry and you can guess the rest. Written by
This film was, quite simply, lowest-common-denominator crap. It was so poorly acted, plotted and constructed that had I been in a cinema I would've walked out - something I have never done. Not much is set in Birmingham, and it's a shame that the little that is, is usually below-par. Here we get to hear a non-stop chorus of fake Brummie accents (which is even more annoying than the real thing, believe me) basically saying not very much. This is a typical Britcom film of the 'Human Traffic' imitation school; aimed at the clubbing generation, it might work after a night drinking, but for anyone else its jokes and gags are woefully unfunny and its plot and characters profoundly uninvolving. Waiting for a bus in the rain is more fun. Avoid, avoid, avoid. Avoid.
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