Britain's Got Idiots is the stunning debut DVD of Andy Parsons, the star of Mock The Week and Live at the Apollo. Recorded at the Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue at the zenith of his sell-out UK tour. Britain's Got Idiots proves once and for all that Andy Parsons is not only the topical comedian of his generation but a damn fine dancer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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William v (br) wrote: Brilliant cast - slow moving, but gripping. Darkmand maybr to close to real life for most critics
scott g (au) wrote: dull at times and doesent move along that great, danny dyer as usuall does his thing which makes it more tolerable, its saying a message concerning current events, but not that great
meandering oddball (ru) wrote: when i read the case i was expecting a movie that would be twisted and make my skin crawl so i agreed to see it. i was slightly disappointed as the only time i was slightly disturbed was when a guy peeled alittle skin off a girl, cuz thats kinda gross, but other than that not gorey....however the horrible acting saved the movie for me.... i was laughing my ass off for most of the movie...about 30 min in i was intrigued and was like "yea this is a great start" however later i was like "yea this fails" later it saved itself with an incredibly stupid and uncalled for scene...which cracked me up. so stupid its funny.....however this movie left me wondering why a guy was in a trailer in a speedo with boots and nothing else on throwing darts in another mans back...or why the big "special" guy ran around with a cat mask on and jacking himself off with a dead girls hand....???
Shuug M (it) wrote: Paul and the one called fish were great together
Jelena B (jp) wrote: Great undemanding movie
Private U (de) wrote: totally emotional and just great.! must watch for all.
Richard D (jp) wrote: It had been many years since I saw this and I had not remembered how much this is like a Tarantino film. It's not just that the script has his hallmarks, Rodriguez shoots many of the scenes exactly the way Tarantino would have (shot looking up from inside a trunk anyone?). It's really like a pretty mediocre Tarantino film. It's got all the elements of one of his films, but they never really gel. That's all about the first half. The second half of this film is a pretty generic action-horror-gorefest. It's not bad, but it's never anything more than okay. This does stand out as one of the less obnoxious Tarantino onscreen appearances.
Sarah B (ru) wrote: You have to watch this if only to see Bernard Bresslaw in a dress. Yet another classic from the Carry On gang.
Lee M (jp) wrote: Aims for laughs but mostly earns raised eyebrows and knowing smirks instead.