Keith Lemon: The Film Reviews

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Jason Best
Movie Talk
January 10, 2013
Full of nauseatingly puerile penis-enlargement and bodily fluid gags, the film pads out its mercifully brief running time with witless cameos from the likes of David Hasselhoff, Jedward, Jason Donovan, Peter Andre and several Spice Girls.
Christopher Tookey
Daily Mail [UK]
September 6, 2012
In some inner circle of Hell, this movie will be for ever playing.
Full Review | Original Score: 0/5
Graham Young
Birmingham Mail
August 31, 2012
The emphasis on cheap sex is pitiful. The illustrative use of bangers and mash beyond infantile.
Full Review | Original Score: 0/5
Niki Boyle
The List
August 30, 2012
You don't really need jokes when you've got a ginger 'tache, a silly voice and a big fat woman swearing, do you?
Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
Simon Gallagher
What Culture
August 29, 2012
Had it all been done more tongue-in-cheek, it might have worked as a rubbish curio like a more adult Spice World, but instead it's boring, offensive and not funny in the slightest. Like Spice World.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/10
David Jenkins
Little White Lies
August 29, 2012
We came to this film with the hope of surfacing with a few burnished comic pearls from down, down in the lowest common denominator depths. But we came back with nothing.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
George Bass
Total Film
August 28, 2012
Even the Mr Skin moments are unwatchable, and the funniest moment in the whole thing comes from a bus sign.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
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Cath Clarke
Time Out
August 28, 2012
Career lows all round, then?
Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
Pauline McLeod
Daily Express
August 26, 2012
Keith Lemon: The Film has no coherent plot, is childish, lewd, coarse and mindnumbingly boring.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
Top Critic
Guy Lodge
Variety
August 25, 2012
[Lemon's] execrable film debut ... suffers from reverse Norma Desmond syndrome: He's still small, it's the picture that got big.
Phelim O'Neill
Guardian
August 23, 2012
Full of cameos from everyone you'd expect, all of whom appear wooden and uncomfortable, as if they've finally realised the terrible place their unquenchable thirst for self-publicity has landed them.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
Robbie Collin
Daily Telegraph
August 23, 2012
It may be the most staggeringly perfunctory piece of filmmaking I have ever seen.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
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