Boobs in the Wood

Boobs in the Wood

Jim Davidson is back with his most outrageous show ever - BOOBS IN THE WOOD! This hilarious Adult Panto, exclusive to video, captures the filthy follow-up to the Saucy SINderella in all its shocking glory. Strictly for GROWN-UP girls and boys only! This X-Rated Panto sees Jim playing the WICKED Sheriff of Nottingham, who has his eyes on a bag of loot, Maid Marion's assets and anything else that takes his fancy. He may even get his WICKED WAY - unless Robin and his Merry Men can stop him. Filmed in front of a packed house, the hysterical BOOBS IN THE WOOD is BIG, BAD, RUDE and CRUDE - and sure to leave you in stitches

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:106 minutes
  • Release:1999
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:pantomime,   sex,   smut,  

Jim Davidson is back with his most outrageous show ever - BOOBS IN THE WOOD! This hilarious Adult Panto, exclusive to video, captures the filthy follow-up to the Saucy SINderella in all its shocking glory. Strictly for GROWN-UP girls and boys only! This X-Rated Panto sees Jim playing the WICKED Sheriff of Nottingham, who has his eyes on a bag of loot, Maid Marion's assets and anything else that takes his fancy. He may even get his WICKED WAY - unless Robin and his Merry Men can stop him. Filmed in front of a packed house, the hysterical BOOBS IN THE WOOD is BIG, BAD, RUDE and CRUDE - and sure to leave you in stitches . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Melanie Q (es) wrote: Saw this movie and i loved it!!!!!!!!

Daniel L (br) wrote: A premise seemingly inspired from the hit video game Sleeping Dogs, Donnie Yen stars as Chen Zilong, known as either Arlong or "Dragon," an undercover cop who resorts to fists and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu during his stint in the Triads. It's a drastic turn away from Donnie Yen's usual characters, smart and calculating nice guys who know their way around weaponry and various martial arts. Arlong is not book smart, not as skilled in other arts save Muay Thai and BJJitsu, and admits he is not the greatest with firearms. Though Donnie still maintains the nice guy character, as seen with his playful flirting nature with Fang Jing and his love for his mother, there is not much else to work on with his character. He's basically a street kid turned cop so he could "see the world," as how he rode on his mother's shoulders as a boy. It is a bit touching, but all the more reason to look at the story critically...at this point, viewers are going, "Wait, there's a story?" Special ID runs more on Donnie's antics, the short drama periods, and the martial arts choreography. I've come to expect this usually from Chinese action films, which offer amazing choreography with most of the time good actors in their cast, but a story that frequently jumps around until one loses track of it and goes: "To hell with it, go and tackle the bad guys now." It's why I can never really sit through films that do not have a story. What's the point of just watching punches and kicks fly for a reason that flew out the window near the climax? I would have liked to give it more stars, but looking back at it, Special ID is sorely lacking in more than just a story. The martial arts is great but not as satisfying, the gunshot effects were poorly edited, and the movie on a whole is just too choppy and poorly done to make much out of it.Donnie is at that point now I believe where, movies are made more for fun and to look back and laugh rather than put more into it. It was entertaining, but nothing more.

Mark James A (fr) wrote: Its set of segments are composed of interesting horror stories, but the way it was executed however made it feel middling. It was rather weakly presented.

Alison M (de) wrote: Beautiful movie, found by accident and was bowled over by it!! Cillian was amazing in it!

Cassandra A (br) wrote: excellent hard hitting

Federico F (gb) wrote: Good documentary film music rap style, set in a grotesque Detroit, shaken by provocative bands, where it counts the survive and how they can move forward

Mohamed A (jp) wrote: an old father in a journey to see his children and the old question is posed;are our children our future or something from the past?

Bob W (ru) wrote: Don't get me wrong, I like the detail of Gerry Anderson special effects using models. But his script is very poor, and seems like a couple episodes of the original Twilight Zone--without improving upon it. It also reminds me of the 70's British sci fi tv cult classic called UFO.

shawn W (mx) wrote: Cool movie with some funny moments

Trevor C (es) wrote: While not the best action movie ever made, Joel Grey's performance as Chun adds a stroke of comedy, definitely helping out the bulk of the movie. Fred Ward is not an amazing actor, but he acts well enough to make the film good.

Alexandra W (br) wrote: Not sure how Barbara Stanwyck and George Sanders got roped into this one. Ok story and some pretty good dialogue, but not much heart and a few things near the end that just don't make sense: a pointless speeding-around-some-curves scene, a disappearing policewoman, and a nonsensical climb up a construction site. Also, the score is oppressively bad--alerting us SO LOUDLY of every little thrilling thing.