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Bunny And The Bull

Featuring: Edward Hogg, Simon Farnaby & Verónica Echegui

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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  forget the boosh

| | See all alitown's reviews (11)

This isn't the Boosh. However it does creatively utilise cartoons, graphics and puppets.The bull fight scene is exquisite animation.Poignant, imaginative and shockingly funny.Very original.

  Unique. Unlike anything else.

| | See all TheJournalist's reviews (6)

Although there is some of the Boosh style of humour in BatB, it's a very different kettle of fish. It jumps through time and memories a lot, and you need to be paying attention to keep up with what's going on. But as it unfolds it becomes clear that the strange, reclusive, slightly creepy main character is battling with his inner demons connected with the what happened the last time he left the house. Effectively trapped there, he relives that saga in his mind, and as he does so his demons appear to come to life. It's a fabulous, eerie, touching and thoroughly involving film that's got 'genius' stamped all over it. Don't go into it expecting an elongated episode of the Boosh, because it's nothing like - apart from a couple of stunning cameos from Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt. Well worth watching, and without doubt a five-star film.

  looks funny

| | See all snico2008's reviews (2)

might boosh is good this is a bit of comady that you should just have in your dvd rack

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  No Mighty Boosh!

| | See all Saundazzz's reviews (54)

I have always been a big Boosh fan and was compelled to watch this film based on all the comparisons between it and the cult sitcom, and because it stars many of the actors from the series (and shares the same director), but I do feel that trying to promote this movie by constant Mighty Boosh comparisons is largely unfair and totally misleading. It does star a lot of actors who have appeared in the Mighty Boosh but for me it just isn't quite the same. The film does have a uniquely surreal feel to it which is almost creepy in places, but I thought the film really lacked laughs or much of a storyline, and the characters were also too bizarre and unlikable. There was also very little chemistry between the main characters.
I don't know what else to write, I spent the whole film desperately trying my hardest to enjoy it but it just didn't meet expectations. Worth a look for Mighty Boosh fans but don't expect too much.

  not quite the boosh

| | See all samjohn92's reviews (2)

good film and will be enjoyed by boosh fans however it is not as good as the mighty boosh, was slightly let down but thats due to high expectations

  A beautiful and original experience

| | See all tankmonk's reviews (16)

From the very start the movie had me hooked, beautiful and very original animations, with a good cast and a sprinkling of the mighty boosh humour. It's weird and wonderful - if you like the mighty boosh, if you like originality and you like road trips - you'll love this.

  Very Boosh

| | See all Ajaye123's reviews (28)

I felt like I was watching a mighty boosh film very funny and Edward Hogg and Simon Farnaby worked really well together, Great cameos from Noel Fielding, Julian Barret and Richard Ayoade. If you are a fan of The Mighty Boosh this is a must watch Paul King is a genius.