Janan, a woman from Afghanistan, travels to the UK for artificial insemination. Cultural, religious, and moral complications explode when William, a medical sciences student working in the clinic, switches the donor's semen for his own.
When strange anomalies start to appear all over England, Professor Cutter and his team must track down and capture all sorts of dangerous prehistoric creatures from Earth's distant past and near future.
Andrew Lee Potts,
A long hot summer in rural Norfolk and a rough coming of age for Goob Taylor, fighting with brutal, womanizing stock car racer Gene Womack for his mother's attention, and falling for the exotic charms of a pretty foreign field worker.
Jo O'Meara was suffering from back problems at the time resulting in her doing less physical activities (walking out of the prison while everyone else runs out, not appearing in the shower scenes, sitting on the sidelines while the group is rehearsing, etc.). See more »
Jo does not appear in the shower scenes (in reality she had a back condition) yet her absence is neither explained nor questioned, especially when the clones make a big deal about Jon missing the shower. See more »
We've just released a dozen Britneys, N*Syncs and Nelly Furtardos into the world. Maybe we should keep quiet about that.
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Outtakes are shown as the ending credits roll. See more »
I loved this film. I'd been a fan of S Club for a long time, and loved the series, and I thought the film was a brilliant final point for the band. Everything about the film I loved, from the acting right down to the plot lines.
I love Hannah Spearritt's acting, I think it is so funny. In fact, all the cast can act, which is a rarity for a pop group/acting mix. The songs were ones that everyone knew and could sing along to, and the dancing was brilliant. Other than S Club, the rest of the cast were good actors too.
I also loved the storyline, I thought it was cleverly put together for all ages to enjoy. Altogether, I think it was a brilliant end to S Club's brilliant career. Simon Fuller definitely re-deemed himself after the big mistake that was Spiceworld.
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