Chesney and the squad go on a lads holiday to Africa. Once there Kirk says, "Chez mate you're an absolute ledge!" And they go off and have themselves a cheeky African Nandos. Meanwhile ...
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The series follows Molly on her first deployment as a serving army medic against the backdrop of the British Army's withdrawal from Afghanistan. Series 2 introduces Georgie, her more experienced friend, as she is deployed to Eastern Africa.
The everyday lives of working-class inhabitants of Albert Square, a traditional Victorian square of terrace houses surrounding a park in the East End of London's Walford borough. The square includes the Queen Vic pub and a street market.
Pam St. Clement
Chesney and the squad go on a lads holiday to Africa. Once there Kirk says, "Chez mate you're an absolute ledge!" And they go off and have themselves a cheeky African Nandos. Meanwhile Kirk's lass Fiz gets lost in a monastery and goes mental.
Coronation Street: Out of Africa is one of the FUNNIEST MOVIES i have seen in 2008, set in a by sun overwhelmed seaside resort of Sun City, South Africa. Cilla Battersby ("the mother from hell"), brought her son and other "son" over to Africa to win a competition for $500,000.
My favorite actor is the 14yo Sam Aston Sam who played Chesney Battersby-Brown. But all characters are thrilling! This movie is a 'must' for anyone who loves British humor. The locations are dazzling (there is even a flashback of a Las Vegas casino!) and best chosen - with snakes, lions and croco's cameos -, the music score is like a topped cream layer on all of this.
With an extreme entertaining and hilarious plot I'm sure anyone will keep laughing from the beginning up to the end; Coronation Street really shows what it still has left to give the nation, and why it is still No.1 after 48 long years! Coronation Street: Out of Africa is for all ages; the ideal movie for watching with the whole family.
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