The Sex Lives of the Potato Men (2004)
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The self-proclaimed Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid of Birmingham, two unadulterated guys spend their time either chasing women for sex, or being chased by them for revenge.
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Critic Reviews for The Sex Lives of the Potato Men
Clunkily directed, gross-out blue-collar comedy is simply a smuttier version of '70s Britcoms like Confessions of a Window Cleaner.
This boastfully pushes the boundaries of taste, but lacks either wit or skill.
To be honest, you'd probably have more fun and laughs by going into your kitchen and just staring at an ordinary potato.
It's a film which isn't in the slightest bit funny or sexy, and is deeply depressing.
With an apparent mission to make the ultimate gross-out comedy, first-time director Andy Humphries has instead made something merely gross, which resembles a pilot episode of an uninspired sitcom that somebody neglected to edit.
This is, I hope, the only movie that has shown, or will ever show, Johnny Vegas, topless, in not one, but two gangbang scenes.
British film comedy takes another body blow with this shoddy, vulgar and indifferently acted sex romp. Hard to believe that it comes from the same producer as In This World.
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