When strange anomalies in time start to appear all over England, Professor Cutter and his team have to help track down and capture all sorts of dangerous prehistoric creatures from Earth's distant past.
Andrew Lee Potts,
Basically a BBC made "The Monkees" for the year 2000 and beyond. Borrowing heavily from "The Monkees" (1966) as well as Peter Engel's creations (such as "Saved By The Bell" (1989)), the S ... See full summary »
While the group are discussing whether or not to fire their manager, a subtle reference to the Spice Girls is made ("we could manage ourselves", "do loads of solo projects that no one will buy", "you could marry a footballer Rach", "and have loads of babies with really silly names"). S Club's manager, Simon Fuller, previously managed the Spice Girls before being fired. See more »
While filming the music video, we see Hannah and Jon trying to improvise the dance moves which they don't know yet we see a shot of Rachel (who is also pretending to be a clone) following the routine perfectly, when she shouldn't know it at all. See more »
[after entering a room full of clones]
Is that Posh Spice eating a steak and kidney pie?
Well that proves she's not the real thing.
There's Robbie Williams having a food fight with Eminem.
And Ozzy Osbourne! I can't believe they cloned Ozzy Osbourne.
No, that's the real Ozzy Osbourne. Victor never cloned him. He's a mad scientist, but he's not insane.
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Outtakes are shown as the ending credits roll. See more »
I loved this film. I'd been a fan of S Club for a long time, and loved the series, and I thought the film was a brilliant final point for the band. Everything about the film I loved, from the acting right down to the plot lines.
I love Hannah Spearritt's acting, I think it is so funny. In fact, all the cast can act, which is a rarity for a pop group/acting mix. The songs were ones that everyone knew and could sing along to, and the dancing was brilliant. Other than S Club, the rest of the cast were good actors too.
I also loved the storyline, I thought it was cleverly put together for all ages to enjoy. Altogether, I think it was a brilliant end to S Club's brilliant career. Simon Fuller definitely re-deemed himself after the big mistake that was Spiceworld.
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