Eddie Durkan, the self-proclaimed leader of the 'Bucks is dreading spending another summer bored out of his skull. Ireland has qualified for the Euros in Poland, but with no money and ...
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Eddie Durkan, the self-proclaimed leader of the 'Bucks is dreading spending another summer bored out of his skull. Ireland has qualified for the Euros in Poland, but with no money and apathetic mates, the task falls to Eddie to get them out of Castletown and onto the road in search of football and the craic. Written by
I'm a big fan of the internet episodes, but Hardy Bucks has just gone downhill since. The internet series was what made most people love the Hardy Bucks and those fans are going to be seriously disappointed by this movie. The RTÉ TV series was OK, nowhere near as good as the internet series, but still fair. This movie, though, was weak. Weak jokes and a badly written plot. Weak acting too. It was cringe-worthy at times. It seems like it was nothing more than a cash in. I did laugh a couple of times but it just didn't live up to the standard I expect from the Hardy Bucks crew. As a fan, I was so disappointed by this offering. I'd give this movie a 4/10. Don't bother watching this if you're a fan of the Hardy Bucks because you'll only be disappointed like I was.
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