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Mackenzie Crook and Johnny Vegas star as the bird-chasing, self-proclaimed "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" of Birmingham in this £3 million brit-com about two lowlifes with active fantasy sex lives who deliver potatoes to various restaurants and grocers. Written by
[Sees Ferris trying to do crazy paving]
What happened here?
It's crazy paving.
This isn't crazy paving Ferris, this is just shit.
I was trying to... you know?
You've got no artistic vision here, have you? It's just a random fucking big mess.
It's crazy paving, you just bung slabs down.
No, I think you're focusing too much on the crazy aspect, and not enough on the paving side of it.
Have you come round here just to have a go at my crazy paving?
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Oh my, such pretension, such pontificating, such bollox forwarded by other IMDb users. This film "does exactly what it says on the tin" (sorry American readers). It's called SEX LIFE OF THE POTATO MEN - did you expect English PATIENT perchance ??
Admittedly - I, like another member thought it would be akin to "Bottom" (sorry American readers) but after 5 minutes had that notion blown out of the water.My word, it certainly was crude - but who cares
give me crude anytime ahead of American graphic slaughter.
I thought is beautifully disgusting, wonderfully crass, amazingly childish and above all exactly what I expected !!
Now how's that for pretension
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