"a nicely judged sense of itself, with great
acting and an clever script"
"I'm an old fogey of 49 and I love it"
"one of the freshest and most memorable comedies of last year"
Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps -
starring Ralph Little and Natalie Casey
Janet (20, half a cider-and-lager) dropped out of
college to be a lady-who-lunches. She now works in a mobile phone store.
She's got Jonny (21, pint of bitter). He's the one who really, really
wants to be a bloke, but finds it hard to leer at women. He's easily
swayed by Gaz (23, pint of lager). He's the genuine Cosmo Bloke.
What Gaz really wants is to find someone with larger breasts than Donna
(20, pint of lager). Loud and tough but with a heart of gold, she's one of
the girls. Until she gets home to Gaz, where she's the man. Which is why
she envies Louise (19, Malibu and Orange without ice). She's gorgeous, but
she's the only one who's never had a boyfriend. Which is why she is
jealous of Janet. This brilliantly-observed, highly engaging comedy
features five loveable, skint characters in their 20s, in a script written
for the PlayStation generation.
With its use of surreal humour and vulgar imagery, this is a young,
vibrant comedy which seems calculated to offend the Mary Whitehouse
generation - in my book, there is absolutely no better reason to have this in your
collection right now.
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