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Almost Married (2014)

TV-MA | | Comedy | 28 March 2014 (UK)
When Kyle returns from his stag-do with a sexually transmitted disease, he's left unable to have sex with his fiancée Lydia in the run-up to their wedding.


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Credited cast:
Philip McGinley ... Kyle
Mark Stobbart ... Jarvis
Emily Atack ... Lydia
Smug Roberts Smug Roberts ... Mic
Bill Fellows ... Lydia's Dad
Laura Norton Laura Norton ... Mellanie
Janine Birkett Janine Birkett ... Sandra
Allison Dean Allison Dean ... Anne
Tracey Wilkinson ... Wendy
Lynne Wilmot ... Sue
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Phil Corbitt Phil Corbitt ... Police Officer
Sammy T. Dobson Sammy T. Dobson ... Crystal
Dylan Edge Dylan Edge ... Young Punter
Ellie Fletcher Ellie Fletcher ... Helen
Harvey Halfpenny Harvey Halfpenny ... Alfie


When Kyle returns from his stag-do with a sexually transmitted disease, he's left unable to have sex with his fiancée Lydia in the run-up to their wedding.

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28 March 2014 (UK) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Newcastle Upon Tyne


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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Great lads film - perfect for Inbetweeners and American Pie fans...
15 July 2014 | by Andre BartobbsSee all my reviews

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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