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Tash Force (2012)

Follow Tash McDermott, the head of football intelligence at a Premier League football club, in his bid to end hooliganism on the terraces and infiltrate the local football firm.

Director:

Michael Booth
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mark Woodward Mark Woodward ... Tash McDermott
Ian Wiggins Ian Wiggins ... The Journalist
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Neil Adams Neil Adams ... Officer Adams
Darren Bedson Darren Bedson ... PC Bedson
Andrew Birtwell Andrew Birtwell ... Buster Bloodvessel
Clive Bonelle Clive Bonelle ... Bernard
Alison Booth Alison Booth ... Fanny
Nick Breakspear Nick Breakspear ... Barry the Shopkeeper
Wayne Brown Wayne Brown ... Terrible Tim
Simon Capstick Simon Capstick ... Shadrac McGinty
Rick Carter Rick Carter ... Bobby Davro (as Richard Carter)
Damian Christian Damian Christian ... PC Christian
Abby Coppack Abby Coppack ... Sweetie Girl 2
Alicia Coppack Alicia Coppack ... Sweetie Girl 1
Paul Coppack Paul Coppack ... Rioting Hooligan
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Follow Tash McDermott, the head of football intelligence at a Premier League football club, in his bid to end hooliganism on the terraces and infiltrate the local football firm.

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May the police force be with you...

Genres:

Comedy | Crime | Sport

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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 April 2012 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

£100,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Tash Force
1 May 2012 | by annecatterallSee all my reviews

Tash Force is an excellent film, much funnier than anything currently showing on TV. Mark Woodward as the 'hero' Tash McDermott, is on a mission to stop football hooliganism. The only problem with this quest is that Tash (unknown to himself) is totally inept! The format is that of a spoof documentary; 'a day in the life' genre. Ian Wiggins plays the journalist assigned to this job and provides a perfect foil for the calamitous Tash. It is not often these days that I am amused enough to laugh out loud at antics on the big screen and my reaction was definitely one shared by the audience who broke into spontaneous applause. I am convinced that Tash McDermott will soon be a cult figure!


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