Out of work, scrounger Robert Martin lives with his dysfunctional family - long suffering wife accident prone son and pregnant teenage daughter in a shabby house next door to a giant ... See full summary »
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Out of work, scrounger Robert Martin lives with his dysfunctional family - long suffering wife accident prone son and pregnant teenage daughter in a shabby house next door to a giant shopping center in the London suburbs. The Martins are the family from hell! Robert dreams if winning a dream holiday for his family, and when he fails to win yet another competition he flips, out tracks down the elderly winners, ties them up in the cellar and steals their tickets! Written by
This has to rate as one of the worst films I have ever had the misfortune to sit through and on which to waste £5. From the trailers it looked to be quite an amusing comedy, but in reality it's 90 minutes of pure hell. I laughed once, and that was at a rather poor joke of someone vomiting on someone else.
The talents of Lee Evans and Kathy Burke were totally wasted on this second rate drivel. It just wasn't funny.
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