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Brothers (II) (2000)

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Everyone's "larging" it big time as a bunch of Brit boys work their way through Paros getting high, getting drunk and getting laid.

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Matt Davidson "Mystic Matey"
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Julian Davidson "The King" (as Daniel Fredenburgh)
Rebecca Cardinale ...
Anna Stefanos
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Chris Sullivan "Beercan"
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Joseph Richard "Fats Joey"
Fin Wild ...
Victor Newson "Tarzan"
Nick Valentine ...
Alex Webb "Driftwood"
Stephen Maggio ...
Ben Urqhuart "Wildman"
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alexandros ...
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Nicola Baker ...
Victor's Child
Jenifer Barnes ...
Ben's Mother
Mike Barret ...
Ben's Brother
Louise Barth ...
Claudia
Clare Beckwith ...
Chris's Girlfriend
Steven Booth ...
Ben's Father
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Beercan, Driftwood, Fats-Joey, The King, Mystic Matey, Tarzan and Wildman - lads on the pull in sunny Greece in this sex and booze drenched feast. Everyone's "larging" it big time as this bunch of Brit boys work their way through Paros getting high, getting drunk and getting laid. Written by Anonymous

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The worst film I have seen this year
21 August 2003 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Ok, I admit it. I was brought in under the claim "more topless sun-lovers than a page 3 conference" on the DVD cover and, being the mug I am, handed over 6 shiny new pound coins for this cinematic dreck. I would like to forget I ever came into contact with it, but the fact that somebody has written in to imdb has forced me to grab my keyboard and do my good deed for the day by telling everybody just why they should avoid this worthless rubbish.

First off, the film has not plot. Just a random bunch of scenes sello-taped together with clearly struggling amateur actors extolling the virtues of partying, drinking, dancing and having a good time. Isn't that nice? However, the dialogue is painful and made even worse by the way the characters say it, with no conviction whatsoever and with so much soul-searching you just watch to punch the television. The camera-work is atrocious, especially during the disco scenes where there is so much spinning around and general craziness it just becomes ludicrous. Who could release the film is this state?! And as for the much-hyped nudity, most of it is blurry miscellanious female extras hanging around in the background, but true to the hyperactive nature of everything else we only highlight on them for half a second before the ADD affected film-crew bounce off to focus on something else.

Is there anything nice to say about Brothers? Well the scenery is nice, and so it should be: It was filmed on location in Greece. But if you really want to see the highlights of this famous holiday destination, why not go on holiday there? You'll get a nice tan into the bargain. Oh and the stars are of course beautiful, both in and out of their clothes, again a clear sign that they were chosen for looks, not acting ability. I doubt we'll be seeing any of them ever again in anything more complicated than a Swimsuit Illustrated photo-shoot. One more interesting point: there has been a lot in the news recently about the police cracking down on rowdy UK holidayers in Greece with their drunken antics and thuggish trouble-making. Quite apart from the grief it causes the locals and damage to their properties, if it stops people from making abysmal flicks like this, they have my full support.

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