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Timetravel through a urinal? Now you really are taking the...

Science fiction geek Ray (The IT Crowd’s Chris O’Dowd) thinks he’s being wound up when he meets a woman from the future (Anna Faris, in desperate need of a new agent) down his local boozer. Even more suss – his cynical best mate Pete (Dean Lennox Kelly) declares he’s found a way to time travel via the pub urinal…

Wanting to be the SF answer to Shaun Of The Dead so badly it smarts, this doggedly quirky Brit-com repeatedly betrays the small-screen background of director Gareth Carrivick.

As a TV pilot it might have had potential; but an undercooked, rapidly unravelling script, low-grade production values (is that the best future costume you have?), plodding direction and an apologetically crap ending are not worth the price of a cinema ticket in these belt-tightening times. Without a time-bending pisser, it’s a couple of hours you won’t get back.

Jane Crowther

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    • Andrew123

      Dec 17th 2010, 12:16

      It was pretty average, after having read the book and Bana falls under that category. Like you said it does not explain why Henry can not save his mother from the car accident and missed very BIT KEY IN THE FINAL! He has been diluted for pre-teen group, which only went to Bana. hotel mar amantis Ibiza

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