Alex Brown inherits the awesome task of saving his ex-secret agent parents and protecting the planet from evil powers bent on controlling the world's plutonium supply. To do this Alex uses his new found magical shapeshifting power.
Ten-year-old Arthur, in a bid to save his grandfather's house from being demolished, goes looking for some much-fabled hidden treasure in the land of the Minimoys, tiny people living in harmony with nature.
Patrick Smash (11) was born with two stomachs, and hence the uncontrollable 'talent' to produce ungodly farts. This soon drives his own dad away and makes his social life hell. His only friend is classmate Alan A. Allen, a prodigy genius, who has no sense of smell. Even Alan's invention Thunderpants, which renders Patrick's farts harmless, can't make his space travel dream realistic. However after the invention of an adaptation which turns it into flying fuel, Alan is recruited by the US space center. Patrick becomes word class tenor Sir John Osgood's secret high C farter. Their reunion is even more incredible.Written by
Yes, you either love it or hate it. Personally I loved it. It was refreshingly different. Did anyone fail to notice the "green" theme running throughout the movie. Can this be an allusion to something environmental? And I wonder if there was a deeper message. Never the less, it was very funny.
Although on the surface, this film seems nothing more than toilet humour, it carries a rather fragrant message those of us who view ourselves as odd or who do not fit in. It points to the value of our uniqueness, and for this, it should be applauded.
If you are an intellectual looking for style and class and a statement, you are looking in the wrong place, but if you are a human being who doesn't take him/herself too seriously and would like to just "let go" for an hour or so, DO see this very funny britcom.
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