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
Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)
Written by Tony Macaulay and Barry Mason
Published by BMG Music Publishing Ltd.
Used by kind permission of Barry Mason Music/Leosong C.S. Ltd.
Performed by Edison Lighthouse
Courtesy of Laurence Myers Ltd.
Issued under license from the Demon Music Group Ltd. See more »
There are no large laughs at all in this one, nor are there any minor ones even. A frantic comedy which goes for all the cheap gags, none of which work. Approximately the "Great Race" and "American Virgin" school of comedy, except that this isn't so much a school as a kindergarten for the mentally-challenged. Only the manic speed and fast editing prevent this from being unwatchable - and some pretty girls. A slightly annoying thing about this movie is that we have scenes like a dog licking a girl's vagina or another girl giving a guy a hand-job - and yet no breasts!! So it's okay to have bestiality and masturbation, but when faced with having one of those girls show some skin they suddenly got very British about it, it would seem. There is no nudity at all, but in my opinion a movie as tasteless as this (not necessarily a criticism) should at least go all the way. An amazing thing about this movie is that it is based on a book - or vice versa (irrelevant); how can this nonsense exist in written form? Must be voodoo
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