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"Brainless and insulting, and I wanted to tear my head off while watching it" - Andrew Collins, BBC Radio 5 Live
 
"Brainless and insulting, and I wanted to tear my head off while watching it" - Andrew Collins, BBC Radio 5 Live
  
Being one of the films reviewed during a [[Wittertainment Cruise]], [[Andrew Collins]] filled in with the kicking that a film that manages to make even Christopher Ecclestone look bad richly deserves. The pithy alternative titles was suggested by a listener.
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Being one of the films reviewed during a [[Wittertainment Cruise]], [[Andrew Collins]] filled in with the kicking that a film that manages to make even Christopher Ecclestone look bad richly deserves. The pithy alternative title was suggested by listener Kilpers in Edinburgh.
  
 
Editor [[Robin]], who is actually from Scotland, was able to confirm just how bad Ecclestone's Scottish accent is. Not to mention how ridiculous the plot point of a password being in Gallic (or "Scottish" as the film referred to it) was.
 
Editor [[Robin]], who is actually from Scotland, was able to confirm just how bad Ecclestone's Scottish accent is. Not to mention how ridiculous the plot point of a password being in Gallic (or "Scottish" as the film referred to it) was.

Revision as of 07:17, 23 January 2018

"Brainless and insulting, and I wanted to tear my head off while watching it" - Andrew Collins, BBC Radio 5 Live

Being one of the films reviewed during a Wittertainment Cruise, Andrew Collins filled in with the kicking that a film that manages to make even Christopher Ecclestone look bad richly deserves. The pithy alternative title was suggested by listener Kilpers in Edinburgh.

Editor Robin, who is actually from Scotland, was able to confirm just how bad Ecclestone's Scottish accent is. Not to mention how ridiculous the plot point of a password being in Gallic (or "Scottish" as the film referred to it) was.