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The Big Finish (2000)

Not Rated | | Horror
Two boys play pranks on their college peers, all of which they film with a hand-held camera, but as so often happens with practical jokes things end up going too far.

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Gary Moreline ...
Gary
Tom Woodman ...
Tom
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Kevin
Barry McNicholl ...
Baz
Marcel McCalla ...
Marcel
Jane Peachey ...
Jane
Simon Desborough ...
Simon
Richard Freeman ...
Rich
James Turnbull ...
James
Stephanie Bennett ...
Steff
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Poppy
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Ceri (as Ceri Loaring)
Michael Griffin ...
Janitorus
Lisa Peck ...
Lisa
Hannah Tyler ...
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Two boys play pranks on their college peers, all of which they film with a hand-held camera, but as so often happens with practical jokes things end up going too far.

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I, for one, thoroughly enjoyed it
12 March 2003 | by See all my reviews

Gary and Tom are dropping out of college after 18 months. On the last day of term they plan a "big finish" - a series of practical jokes against students, faculty and staff - I won't spoilt it for you by saying what they do, but these jokes were fun, if a little cruel at times! Gary and Tom make a home movie of their day, and that's what the viewer sees. Everything goes OK until things get out of hand - and blood is spilled. Despite the blood, this is not a horror movie, but it is credible and well-done and I, for one, thoroughly enjoyed it.


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