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The son of a '70s rock star has to meet stringent conditions to inherit the family fortune, while his mates and greedy stepmother have other ideas.

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Jason Mouseley
Melanie Gutteridge ...
Sophie
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Rob
Lee Oakes ...
Ian
Mirren Delaney ...
Lisa Gates
Emma Catherwood ...
Rachel 'Measley' Beasley
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Kylie
Tim Harris ...
Malcolm Tuttle
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Lorraine Mouseley
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Steve
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Barry 'Blaze' Mouseley
Jonty Stephens ...
Lifeguard Dave
Andrew Grainger ...
Norman Gates
John Levitt ...
Mygrove
Claire Carrie ...
Imelda Gates
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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 Anonymous

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5 October 2001 (UK)  »

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Vagyonvadászok  »

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£1,400,000 (estimated)
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Delgado: [to Ian with happy faces spinning in his eyes having consumed ecstasy] Oi geezer, busting lemons... aving it
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Soundtracks

Rock Da House Live
Written by Elliott Ireland Alessandro Rizzo
Published by Copyright Control
Performed by Skeewiff
© 1998 FSUK Ministry Of Sound Recordings Ltd.
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Well, the blonde one is FINE!
19 January 2003 | by (Crowthore, Berkshire, England) – See all my reviews

This film came about after the rush of gross out teen comedy's that have been coming around. The film itself is ok, set in Birmingham (mmmm). It follows the son of a rock star, who must not break key conditions set down by his father in order to inherit his millions. Of course he does and must put things right before his 18th birthday. There are some funny moments in here, if u look hard enough. There are also some fine looking ladies and the Birmingham accents are fun to listen too. And copy to impress your mates. This film is best saved for a drunken Saturday night when you want to waste some time with you friends, and look at the 'talent' on display. Not the acting kind. Or, go out with you friends and have a good time. 3/10

Rob


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