Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush (2000)





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Jamie McGregor (Barry Evans) is in his last year of high school and hoping to lose his status as a virgin, in this romantic comedy romp. He holds hands with his date at a church dance, but things go no farther. He tries to make time with a gangly girl who has a face that could stop a clock. The more poor Jamie tries, the more he is convinced he will die a virgin. His luck seems to change when he spends a weekend with the prettiest girl in school, but there is more arguing than amore. The best thing about the film is the soundtrack provided by The Spencer Davis Group, Steve Winwood, Dave Mason and Traffic (which included Windwood and Mason). All the aforementioned groups had found or would soon achieve worldwide fame for their contributions in music. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi
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Barry Evans
as Jamie McGregor
Judy Geeson
as Mary Gloucester
Angela Scoular
as Caroline Beauchamp
Diane Keen
as Claire
Moyra Fraser
as Mrs. McGregor
Michael Bates
as Mr. McGregor
Maxine Audley
as Mrs. Beauchamp
Denholm Elliott
as Mr. Beauchamp
Nicky Henson
as Craig Foster
Allan Warren
as Joe McGregor
Roy Holder
as Arthur
George Layton
as Gordon
Oliver Cotton
as Curtis
Andrew Hamilton
as Charles Beauchamp
Erika Raffael
as Ingrid
Trevor Jones
as Gerald
Mary Griffiths
as 1st Woman At Chip Shop
Stella Kemble
as Women at Chip Shop
Angela Pleasence
as Scruffy Girl
Cavan Kendall
as Michael the Curate
Spencer Davis Group
as Group at Church Dance
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Probably the proto-sex comedy, and it's just as lame as that implies. Fans of swinging 60s styles (and pretty girls wearing them) will find plenty to be entertained by, but that's all Mullberry Bush has going for it. A totally unsympathetic main character, completely directionless plot, failed attempt at "witty" naration, utterly out of place "artsy" shots, and a contradictory moral that criticises the very lust-filled attitude that gave birth to the movie in the first place. Aside from the crazy dream sequences, though, most of the film is decently shot, and the mod fashions keep things looking vibrant. Unfortunately, that just makes for cool screenshots, not a salvagable movie. Not worth it.

Simon Ladd
Simon Ladd

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