Brothers Lucky and Raphael have always lived on the wrong side of the law. When a "job" goes very wrong and Lucky finds himself in debt to local heavies, Sebastian and Kramer, he is forced ... See full summary »
Great lads film - perfect for Inbetweeners and American Pie fans...
If you like your comedies lude, crude and cringey, then this film is perfect for you. A truly British film, it is in-line with all of the best lads-flicks gross-out films like The Inbetweeners, American Pie, Farrelly brothers etc.
One marriage, two mates and an STD threatening to ruin the big day, you can see the scope for stomach-turning gags, awkward conversations, lies, deceit from the synopsis and the film doesn't fail to deliver.
Even though it probably is a film to watch with mates, I watched it with my wife and she really enjoyed it too. It did lead to a few uncomfortable questions about STDs, so if you've something to hide, best avoid...
The central friendship between the two mates is excellent and the highlight of the film. There's a nice balance between p*ss-taking and friendship that keeps the narrative moving along.
It also goes further than a simple gross-out film with twists and turns I didn't see coming - but I won't spoil it here.
To be honest, I'm surprised this didn't get a huge release as it is one of those easy films to watch and plays to the very popular lads-culture from anywhere between mid-teens to mid-thirties, I reckon.
If gross-out's your thing, it's perfect. If it's not, probably not your cup of (s)Tea(d). Enjoy!
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