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The Booze Cruise (2003)

5 men take a booze cruise to France. Nothing goes as planned. Meanwhile, their wives go about their business back in Kent.

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Paul Seed
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Martin Clunes ... Clive Rainer
Neil Pearson ... Rob
Mark Benton ... Dave Bolton
Brian Murphy ... Maurice
Anne Reid ... Grace
Claire Skinner ... Leone Sewell
Marsha Fitzalan ... Ruth Rainer
Karen Henthorn ... Cath Bolton
Ben Whishaw ... Daniel
Elsa Kikoïne ... Juliette (as Elsa Kikoine)
Louise Callaghan Louise Callaghan ... Chloe Rainer
Jalaal Hartley ... Dominic
Suzy Cooper Suzy Cooper ... Jackie
Mary Cunningham Mary Cunningham ... Customs Officer
François Domange François Domange ... Policeman
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Storyline

A group of men from Kent; Clive (Martin Clunes), Rob (Neil Pearson), Dave (Mark Benton), Maurice (Brian Murphy) and Daniel (Ben Whishaw) - go on a booze cruise to France, with mixed success and many mishaps along the way. Events involving their wives and families back home also form a large part of the plot.

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Comedy | Drama

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Nothing Beats this!!!
18 October 2006 | by shardy958855709See all my reviews

When i first saw this, i wasn't sure if i would like it. just two minutes in, i was hooked. 5 neighbours go on a booze cruise to Calais. Sounds simple enough, and i think from the geography they live near Dover so its plain sailing.

With these five gentlemen on board. Snobbish Clive, Moaning Maurice, Naive Daniel, Happy go lucky Dave and School Boy Rob things can only go wrong.

Im not going to say much about the storyline as im not going to spoil it, its too good to watch and enjoy rather than be spoilt. Only bits i personally didn't like was when the bride to be was found being "naughty" with the wedding photographer, but at least the groom got a better deal. the other being, i thought Martin Clunes character was a bit too snobbish and straight, then again, i had just watched him in Men Behaving Badly just before this came on.

Buy this DVD set. Its fantastic


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 September 2003 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Cheers and Tears See more »

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Sound Mix:

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1.78 : 1
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