Directed by Gurinder Chadha (BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM, BRIDE AND PREJUDICE), ANGUS, THONGS AND PERFECT SNOGGING is a light-hearted, yet poignant look into the life of struggling teen, Georgia Nicolson. Georgia's life, though at times problematic, is simple. She adores her cat, Angus and enjoys hanging out with her best mates—known collectively as the Ace Gang—but wants more. Her decrepit parents just don't understand and could possibly help her find a 'gorgeous sex-god' for a boyfriend or help plan the ultimate fifteenth birthday party. Matters complicate when two brothers, Tom and Robbie, arrive as new pupils at her school. Georgia finds an instant connection with the hunky Robbie, but so does her arch-rival, Lindsay...
This tremendously fun rites of passage tale is Britain's answer to the burgeoning teen comedy sub genre; following in the footsteps of classic American films such as MEAN GIRLS, SIXTEEN CANDLES and CLUELESS.
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Commentary with director Gurinder Chadha and the Ace Gang Girls\ANGUS video diaries\Deleted scenes\Outtakes\Gallery\Music video: 'Ultraviolet' by Stiff Dylans
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British coming Of age films without US influences are hard to come by but Angus delivers. Georgia Groome is great in the lead and brings a realness to the character. Some of the characters are a little pantomimey and the background story of the supposed move to New Zealand is pointless but all in all its a good film for a rainy day to bring you back to your teenage years.
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