Feuding comedy duo Warren & Clarke (Johnny Harris and Noel Clarke) dream of making it Huge. As they gig around the comedy clubs of London they discover an unforgiving, cut-throat comedy circuit that is incredibly difficult to break into. With the odds stacked against them, do Warren & Clarke have what it takes to be the next big thing?
This is just awful - a British film as bad as all those 1970s film spin-offs of BBC TV comedy series (Morcambe and Wise and Steptoe movies). Really bad - predictable in the extreme, unrealistic, and most of all, UNFUNNY, from beginning to end. If you find Hawaiin shirts and men in chicken suits funny, then you'll love this - and the desperation of this movie is clear on the 20 or so cameos by smug TV comedians from Frank Skinner to Jack Dee etc. The producers knew this film was rubbish - why they sold it by using the names of these cameos (a sign of how bad the script is). The main role is played by the ever-irritating and massively over-rated ego-manic Noel Clarke, who yet again plays the goofy character that made his famous in Dr Who, but this time with a wig and comedy glasses (no doubt he thinks this signifies 'range'). This is based on a stage play, by Ben Miller and others: and it lifts lines and scenarios from old comedy movies from the 70s and 80s that didn't work either.
Do yourself a favour and choose not to waste 70 minutes (yep, a short film coz they ran out of script) on this trash.