8:00 PM, 26th October, 2002
Check it. Ali G got 'is own movie, yeah, an' 'e calls it Ali G indahouse. Now you's thinking: 'Eh? If 'e is got is own movie, 'ow is 'e in da house? 'E'd be in da cinema, right?' Get wit it man, 'e's in 'Da House', Da House of Commons, 'e's running for office for da seat of Staines, yeah, an' dere's some well bad, a pre-Michael Jackson kind of bad (you know, wheres bad didn't mean good), politicians, 'is Julie, 'is Nan, dat geezer what was the singing detective, an' even Borat pop is 'ed in.
Ali G Indahouse is got pleny o' good fings, yeah like punani an' dem low riders, an' is endorsed by Tommy Hillfiger 'imself, in person. Big it up for Ali G!
(If none of the previous text made any sense to you, you probably won't enjoy Ali G Indahouse. If you enjoyed any of Ali G's stuff on TV - and there is a lot more out there than most people think - or like satire with a very fresh edge, then it's likely you'll enjoy this film. For anyone unsure of how well Ali could make the transfer from small to stadium screen, he pulls it off far better than expected. If you don't know what to expect at all, just be prepared to be offended. Check it!)
Adam Gould (a.k.a. Bad-Ass Homey G)
10:00 PM, 26th October, 2002
Matt (Hartnett) is still getting over the 'perfect' girlfriend, Nicole, who has recently, and unceremoniously, dumped him. His solution: have sex with as many girls as possible. However, when he finds this solution more and more unsatisfying (to the disbelief of his equally sexually ravenous housemate Ryan) and he overhears a priest speaking of the sacrifices of Lent, he decides that as a penance he will go without sex for 40 days and 40 nights. No-one believes him of course, least of all his brother, John, who is training to be a priest and who regularly hears Matt's confessions about his many liaisons. Matt's workmates even set up an internet betting system, based on who can guess the day he will break his vow. Of course, Miss Perfect, Erica (Sossamon), comes along, the ex-girlfriend gets interested again and much mayhem ensues.
This predictable comedy certainly offers a few good laughs and the odd cringe. And for those of you who don't mind the odd disrobed woman, you will no doubt enjoy looking through Matt's (increasingly desperate) eyes by the end of the movie. A good fun night's entertainment.