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THE HARRY HILL MOVIE (2013)

THE HARRY HILL MOVIE <span>(2013)</span> artwork

THE HARRY HILL MOVIE (2013)

Type Feature

Approx. Running minutes 88

Release dates 20/12/2013

BBFCInsight Contains mild comic violence and threat, mild sex references and innuendo

Genre(s) Comedy

Director(s) Steve Bendelack

Cast includes Harry Hill, Julie Walters, Simon Bird, Matt Lucas, Sheridan Smith, Julian Barratt, Jim Broadbent

Summary When he thinks his hamster Abu has just a week to live, Harry Hill and his gran take the hamster on a trip to Blackpool.

Cut All known versions of this work passed uncut.

BBFCinsight publication date 10/12/2013

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

THE HARRY HILL MOVIE is a comedy in which Harry Hill must protect his pet hamster from villains. It is rated PG for mild comic violence and threat, mild sex references and innuendo.

Violence includes Hill taking part in a boxing match in which he is punched in slow motion and in slapstick style. In one sequence Hill's pet hamster is turned into a giant creature and is shot at by soldiers, resulting in small explosions on the giant hamster's body. But no harm comes to the hamster who soon returns to his normal size. In another scene Hill's grandmother uses a comic style of fighting, which involves some slapstick moves, such as pulling on a man's tongue before letting it slap back. No one is seen to come to harm in any of these comic scenes.

When the villains try to capture the hamster they rummage around under some bed clothes as one comments "I’ve got my hand on something furry". They are discovered in the bed together and, as they are dressed as a priest and a nun, Hill disapprovingly comments "you people took a vow". There is also a reference to strippergrams and the possibility of finding some "curlies" on a bed in a B&B.

Hill's grandmother is seen drinking petrol from a can and then burping flames. But she is told off for this behaviour.

There are also jokes about farting and, in one scene, the hamster vomits green slime over several people’s faces.

PG stands for Parental Guidance. A PG film should not disturb a child aged around eight or older. However, parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger or more sensitive children.

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Details

Title
THE HARRY HILL MOVIE
Year
2013
Formats
DVD, Cinema
Distributor(s)
Entertainment in Video Ltd,Entertainment Film Dists Ltd
Classified date(s)
24/03/2014
Main language
English
BBFC reference
AZF305921

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