Rent Friday Download: The Movie (2015)

2.9 of 5 from 46 ratings
1h 32min
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A road trip with your pals seems like the ultimate way to spend your holidays. That's certainly what Dionne, Shannon and the gang thought, but when their truck breaks down in the middle of nowhere, and there's no phone signal, they have to make other plans. They seek refuge in an old mansion, but it turns out there's more to it than meets the eye. Strange things start occurring, and even the local Bobbies don't seem like they want to help. The gang have to keep their wits about them, and the road trip of a lifetime suddenly starts to seem a little bit more stressful than they first thought.
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Jules Elvins, Jeremy Salsby, Daniel Shepherd
Toby Davies
Up All Night
Spirit Entertainment Ltd
British Films, Action & Adventure, Children & Family, Drama
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Run Time:
92 minutes
English Hard of Hearing
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9

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Reviews (1) of Friday Download: The Movie

So-so Cartoonish Teen Haunted House Caper based on a Tweenager TV show. With The Vamps + bands. - Friday Download: The Movie review by PV

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This is all what it says on the tin. A spin-off of a teen TV show I have never seen, or maybe a tweenager show, as fans seem mostly 10/11 year ols girls. Anyway, it's standard Haunted House teen caper stuff - so many movies like that. And then there was the Double Deckers of the early 70s.

The Vamps are a good band/ Bars and Melody were a flash in the X-factor pan and this is now 5 years old, so no doubt the little rapper doesn't look like an angel any more (prob the blond singer should go solo as he can sing!)

All predictable and watchable. Not awful. A wafer-thin plot which probably makes little sense if you analyse it, so don't, or you may well fall down a hole, a rabbit one or not...

Some obvious comedy and visual gags. A Pythoneque polieman sketch with David Mitchell (not the literary author...)

Filmed at Bay Studios Swansea and Margam Park (like Da Vinci's Demons).

Almost gave it 2 stars but it has some charm so 3 stars.

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