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MUSIC & THE ARTS

Slow and pretentious

By film editor and alien abductee Gert Stonkers

Posted February 19, 2016
Gert Stonkers reviews '16 Years of Alcohol'

Gert Stonkers reviews '16 Years of Alcohol'.



Admittedly, Kevin McKidd, in the lead, is clearly a pretty good actor and there are some decent tunes throughout, ranging from Desmond Dekker to Iggy and the Stooges, but otherwise I thought it was gash.

Slow, pretentious drivel in fact.

That said, if you want to know more, read this.

You can also watch it online here if you can be arsed.

But I wouldn't bother if I were you.

It's a big, steaming pile of bollocks.


See also Three Scouse gangster flicks, posted 13/12/13.


Gert Stonkers
spent nine months aboard an alien spaceship after mooning his arse at a flying disc. Now he just watches YouTube.



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