The space race has been dominated for decades by two rival superpowers, but just when they thought they were alone, a new force has arrived. Britain has developed an amazing space exploration buggy that might solve the planets energy problems. But will Britain's greatest achievement become one conman's finest hour? Will Spencer and his right hand man/master of disguise will re-unite alongside Will's niece Fiona head of marketing at the British Space Centre, and Travis, Tom's accident-prone son, in a series of comical misadventures spanning across the United Kingdom and beyond! In this fun family movie, our unlikely heroes will create a plan the likes of which the world has never before seen, to steal what every government wants. And the only person that stands in their way is Scotland Yard's worst detective. Together they will use the UK's highly developed space technology to outsmart the world's most powerful ambassadors, and ultimately help put the 'Great' back into Great Britain. Written by
To compare Back in Business with a modern day Film is like saying that a child's homemade go-cart and a Ferrari are comparable as they both have wheels and are capable of independent movement. Back In Business is not a conventional film, per se. It's a product of old cinema which was more about outrageous exhibition as about story telling - It's a Mad (5) World, What's New Pussycat, Barbarella. They're big, flabby, self-indulgent, glorious messes that stand as social commentary as much as cinema.
The in-jokes, the winking references, the cameos - all are used to great effect in Back In Business. Great music, great costumes, some good sets, wall of sound - all make Back In Business a little piece of 60s film-making for the modern day. Please don't watch it if you want to watch a competent and engaging movie - but do watch it if you want 90 mins of nostalgia and silliness and stupid enjoyment Then Enjoy This Film
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