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Slower than a snail with some heavy shopping.
Fun story and enjoyable watch but dorky, cheesy, with weak acting but fair directing and could see this film being remade better.
Cult Jock movie. Superb soundtrack by Big Country.
Good feel good film with an amazing soundtrack from Big Country
Thanks for the loan Keith - really enjoyed it....
Another Scotish movie that followe the Gregory's girl formula. The characters are always so similar, geeky lads and smart girls, a humourous use of the Scotish language, the highland scenery, crap music, a sneaky little sister, and ridiculous haircuts. This is a cool film which I remember from my youth but unfortunately, the comedy element is way too weak, it just isn't funny.
A fantastic little film in a very similar vein to Local Hero, stunning scenery shots throughout, an amusing storyline, with a nice line in anti authoritarianism and a few digs at Thatcher along the way. Add in a stunning soundtrack from Big Country that sets the tone/era/location superbly.
Dreadful. One of the worst films I've ever seen. A cringe-a-thon from start to finish. To call it a comedy is like calling The Krankies comedians. An embarrassment to Scotland.
Funny good hearted movie.. and a can't miss if your a Big Country Fan as they did the entire soundtrack.
Two Scots boys in fancy dress hold up tourist coaches with colourful toy guns, becoming local heroes and tourist attractions. The film was good fun and had a curiously appealing soundtrack.