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Brothers (2000)

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




Complete credited cast:
Matt Davidson "Mystic Matey"
Dan Fredenburgh ...
Julian Davidson "The King" (as Daniel Fredenburgh)
Rebecca Cardinale ...
Anna Stefanos
Daren Jacobs ...
Chris Sullivan "Beercan"
Leigh Tapper ...
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 ...
Greek Boy
Nicola Baker ...
Victor's Child
Jenifer Barnes ...
Ben's Mother
Mike Barret ...
Ben's Brother
Louise Barth ...
Clare Beckwith ...
Chris's Girlfriend
Steven Booth ...
Ben's Father


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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This film is based on real holidays taken by the director Martin Dunkerton, his brother Julian Dunkerton and their mates Johnny Anthony, Tritan Anthony, Mark Somers, and Dennis Anthony (the character of 'Mystic Matey'). See more »

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"Extra special thanks to all the psychics & healers (you know who you are)" See more »


Encore une fois (Future Breeze Mix)
Written by Sash!, Ralf Kappmeier and Thomas Alisson
Performed by Sash!
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Shambolic and Shameful "Brit Flick"
24 August 2002 | by (Birmingham, England) – See all my reviews

Possibly the least imaginative, least coherent film I have ever seen. Clearly Martin Dunkerton and friends used this shoot as nothing more than an excuse for a freebie p*ss-up of their own in the sun.

And if art is mirroring life (a bunch of unlikeable, uninteresting 30-something males on alcohol-fueled holiday on Greek island) then it is all the more daming that there is not a single redeeming moment in the film. I waited patiently for a plot to appear, for just one scene to capture some truth, for just one funny joke. The soundtrack in particular grates, taking all the biggest and most obvious UK charts hits of the time and seeming all the more feeble and deriative for it.

Perhaps the film was pitched as a UK Porky's and certainly there are a fair few bosoms knocking around the screen and lots of attempts at bawdy humour. Yet the film is so feeble that it falls flacidly short of providing even a meagre portion of titillation. Ironically, American Pie was on TV shortly before this: a film which succeeds in many of the things Brothers fails so abjectly in.

Paul Reynolds, of Press Gang fame is the only recongisable face but playing the least appealing character. Brothers is not on his IMDb filmography for which he can only be grateful. He has - Martin Dunkerton take note - acted in at least two capable UK Films: Croupier and Let Him Have It.

Sorry to harp on but I am just incensed when there are so many talented people with fresh ideas in the UK and yet so few decent films getting made that anyone wasted the opportunity on a dullard like Dunkerton.

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