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Tynesides 'Premier fanny rat' Sidnet Smutt stars in this fiesta of drinking, fighting and chasing women. His exploits are accompanied by his drinking mates Baz, Bob and Joe. Together they blunder their way through the social scene of Newcastle upon Tyne. The film is divided in to five parts. The first, 'Oot on the tap' tells the tale of a Friday night out in the pub, curry house, night club and kebab shop. The second, 'Eurosidney' sees the lads unsuccessfully on the pull in Spain, although Sid's big mouth gets him deported. The third, 'Sid's ship comes in', finally sees him find female attention. The fourth, 'Sid's blind date', sees Sid on the famous ITV game show, and the final episode 'The big pull' has Sidney trying to inconspicuously purchase a top shelf magazine from the newsagents. Written by
Based on the VIZ stereo-typical strip of the same name, it offers as much laughs and hilarity as the comic itself. Definately not to be missed if you like the VIZ or fart jokes.
It follows the womanising times of 3 friends, and their supposed leader, 'Sid.' Sid goes out of his way to try and impress his friends that he's a man of the world, done it with every girl in his county, beaten up every hard man in his street, and eate every Indian Curry ever produced-- cause this is all bull pure and simple, but it's the way the ice is broken.
Their are 3 short stories about 15 mins, that basicaly go about showing the same subject matter, only in different situations, which for some may seem tiresome and over-stretched, but it really does take the biscuit.
This is a great video to watch with your friends, providing their not female. 6/10
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