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The Harry Hill Movie (2013)

When he thinks his hamster Abu has just a week to live, Harry Hill and his gran take the hamster to Blackpool. However, Harry's twin Otto wants to kidnap Abu and sends Ed and Kisko to pursue them.

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Under the mistaken impression that his pet hamster, Abu, is ill Harry Hill and his Nan (Julie Walters) take him to the vet, who wrongly gives them the tragic news that Abu has one week to live. Harry, who thinks he speaks fluent hamster (but, in fact, misunderstands every squeak that comes out of his little pal's mouth), incorrectly thinks Abu's dying wish is a trip to Blackpool. With Nan making three, the trio embark on a road trip to the seaside town. Unbeknownst to them, the Vet is actually the dirty rotten henchman of Harry's evil twin brother Otto (Matt Lucas), who was raised separately by Alsatians. Addicted to Hula-Hoops and fueled by revenge, Otto's nefarious plot is to kidnap Abu and make him the centerpiece of the plastinated hamster world he's creating in his evil lair. Can Harry and Nan stop Otto before it's too late? Written by Production

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Paul Burling has a cameo appearance in the film. He plays Harry's dad, and appears for about 20 seconds. Paul did impressions of Harry when he was on Britain's Got Talent See more »

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Nan: But then, 'Jesus' spelt backwards is 'Susej'
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Song list includes "London's Burning"... (Traditional)... Murdered by Harry Hill See more »


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Written by Ray Davies
Performed by Harry Hill
Produced by Steve Brown
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Awful.
23 December 2013 | by (Guernsey) – See all my reviews

I just went to see this at the cinema. It was like watching a really shitty pantomime with decent actors. I felt like crying for all the wrong reasons. I swear if there's anything Matt Lucas, Simon Bird, Jonny Vegas or all the other actors starring in this trashy crap will ever regret in their careers, it will definitely be this. There were occasional moments of adult (well at least supposed to be) humour that just wasn't funny. To be fair, it was the only thing that I could watch at my frankly crappy cinema at the time I wanted. I could've left halfway through it was so bad. It was also poorly directed and the set wasn't particularly good. The only thing I've ever sat and watched worse than that film was either a pantomime or paint dry. I know it's for kids but seriously? It was so immature, I reckon a baby in a cot wouldn't even giggle at it. Also, after about 15 minutes of crappy humour the cast just end up looking lost on set, any so-called 'jokes' wouldn't be funny in the slightest outside of the UK and the musical numbers were about as funny as watching a stone. If I could put 0/10 I would -_-.


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