The infamous stand-up comic Roy 'Chubby' Brown stars in this anti-PC, sci-fi spoof. Performing one night at the end of Blackpool Pier, Chubby is beamed up to a spaceship populated by ...
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24 hours in the lives of the young employees at Empire Records when they all grow up and become young adults thanks to each other and the manager. They all face the store joining a chain store with strict rules.
The very best of Roy Chubby Brown's gags from his 25 years of comedy. From the man of filth himself - no holds barred. It includes clips from his back catalogue as well as introductions and... See full summary »
The infamous stand-up comic Roy 'Chubby' Brown stars in this anti-PC, sci-fi spoof. Performing one night at the end of Blackpool Pier, Chubby is beamed up to a spaceship populated by feminist aliens. Put on trial for crimes against women and quickly found guilty, the unapologetic misogynist is condemned to become pregnant every year for the next thirty years.Written by
Roy 'Chubby' Brown:
Tell you what mate, when I believe that I'm on a spaceship, I'll eat straw with a donkey!
[cuts to Brown sat with a donkey in a room full of straw]
Roy 'Chubby' Brown:
Me and my big fucking mouth.
[takes a mouthful of straw]
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1st of all this '19 year old beer drinkers' audience quote. I recently went to see Chubby Brown and there were more pensioners there than there was youth, the front 5 rows added to a total age of the rest of the audience! 2nd the north/south divide in comedy. If you don't live over here then I don't expect you to know much, but if you cared to research a little before talking about something then you would see that there are very many well respected Northern comedian who are certainly not low brow, take Peter Kay, Paddy McGuiness, Ernie Wise (from Morecambe and Wise) and Barry Cryer, who has written comedy routines for the following: Dave Allen, Stanley Baxter, Jack Benny, Rory Bremner, George Burns, Jasper Carrott, Tommy Cooper, Les Dawson, Dick Emery, Kenny Everett, Bruce Forsyth, David Frost, Bob Hope, Frankie Howard, Richard Pryor, Mike Yarwood, The Two Ronnies and Morecambe and Wise. So I think I made my point there.
3rd is this little quote: "Others, including myself, will be equally offended by the fact that the comedy is simply moronic". If you hated it so much then why take the time to pan it on the internet, also if it was that offensive then why go through the hassle of watching all of it, surely once you're offended it should be time to turn it off, not continue to see how many points you can make about it.
The plot shouldn't matter in a comedy film, as long as it make you laugh.
Just thought I'd offer up some constructive criticism so maybe next time you'll think before jumping down something's throat.
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