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I brought this film expecting to see a nice square off between Danny Dyer and Craig Fairbrass only to sit down to watch a comedy containing Rik Mayall, Phil Davis and Stephen Berkoff. Now I'm not saying this is a great film, in fact its far from it but this does have some good points if you have good attention skills as its not your normal film you can just put on and watch as you have to concentrate bloody hard when you watch it. There are shoddy moments but some very funny one's along with some good performances along with some very bad ones, its basically a mar-mite film that you will either love or hate. You can see from the ratings that they are obviously fake as you would have to be sectioned if you gave this film a 10 star but in saying that giving a 1 star is totally unjustified too, Far from the worst film ever but also just as far from being a great.
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