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Keith Lemon: The Film (2012)

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Keith Lemon (Leigh Francis) is preparing to take his invention, the securipole, which he has been attempting to lift off the ground for twenty years, to a business convention in London. ... See full summary »

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Paul Angunawela

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Leigh Francis (screenplay), Paul Angunawela (screenplay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Leigh Francis ... Keith Lemon / Evil Steve / The Bear / Craig David / Avid Merrion / Mel B
Kelly Brook ... Kelly Brook
Laura Aikman ... Rosie
Kevin Bishop ... Douglas Orange
Charlotte Jackson ... TV News Reporter
David Pearse ... Waterbot Salesman
Harish Patel ... Kushvinder
Jimmy Reddington Jimmy Reddington ... Man on Bridge
Kim Barry Kim Barry ... Woman on Bridge
Conleth Hill ... Delivery Man
John Render John Render ... Hoodless Harry
Paddy McGuinness ... Gary
Johnny Palmiero ... Barman
Abigail Hamilton Abigail Hamilton ... Auntie Fanny
Theo Barklem-Biggs ... Buster (Hoodie)
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Keith Lemon (Leigh Francis) is preparing to take his invention, the securipole, which he has been attempting to lift off the ground for twenty years, to a business convention in London. Meanwhile, his girlfriend Rosie (Laura Aikman) has discovered that she is pregnant, but due to Keith being away, instead confides in his best friend, Dougie (Kevin Bishop). At the convention, the securipole fails to attract any big investor attention, and back at home, an order of 1,000,000 securipoles arrives, much to Rosie and Dougie's dismay. Realising that his invention may never be successful, and that he now owes Evil Steve (Leigh Francis) a ton of money for the securipoles, Lemon decides to stay in London, and takes the advice of fellow businessman Kushvinder (Harish Patel), and accepts the gift of a new style mobile phone that Kushvinder has invented. Attempting to turn the gift into his next money-making scheme, Lemon accepts an offer to appear on David Hasselhoff's prime time television chat ... Written by Anonymous

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Official Sites:

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 August 2012 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

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Quotes

Kelly Brook: [to Keith Lemon] Oh, disgusting!
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Alternate Versions

The film was cut from an 18 rating to a 15 rating by deleting one use of the word "cunt". Also, some nudity was censored by blurring. See more »

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Spoofs The Shining (1980) See more »

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Cherry Pie
Performed by Warrant
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Who allowed money to be wasted on this?
26 August 2012 | by koriandr_starSee all my reviews

This was a terrible movie from the word go, I went with a friend to see what it's all about and though the cinema was respectfully packed, it dwindled to almost complete 0. Only did it get an empty attendance when me and my friend left, giving up after 20 minutes. The sordid jokes, vomit etc, are reserved for sites like YouTube where frankly the style of quality of comedy in some self made videos are far superior to this.

It's not the first time that a British comedian has tried to make a movie about themselves but even Russell brand and 'boart' made their movie projects with some wit and writing that doesn't rely on running dead jokes and gags. For a movie it appears insultingly cheap from set, prop to cast.

And to show how desperate this movie is, they have a PR agency giving it a 'wonderful' review under the account 'thefleece2' It really is a sign of desperation or of bad ego to have your own team to self-review and exaggerate the quality of your own product.

What I don't understand is how money gets wasted on projects like this.

This is a strong contender for worst British film for this year and perhaps one of the worst of the year entirely.


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