A complete chronology of Soda Pictures' releases since our launch in 2002. Soda Pictures is a UK-based film distributor of…
Round Ireland with a Fridge
The movie tells the story of a disillusioned television personality whose career has stalled and who is looking for answers but doesn't know the questions. When his best friend taunts him for losing his sense of adventure Tony accepts a drunken £100 bet and sets off with his unconventional traveling companion for an adventure that proved to be entertaining, educational, challenging and at times downright silly.
It is a real shame Tony Hawks chose to play himself in this. I'd highly recommend the book but the general awkwardness of the performances in this film force me to sadly recommend that you avoid it.
There's nothing to it at all, but Tony Hawks' trek around the emerald isle is enjoyable and pleasant. Hawks himself is an awkward screen presence, but once you shrug off any preconceptions of this being anything more than a lightweight, low-budget TV movie, it's really not a bad way to spend 90 minutes.
Ugh, I could barely make it to the end. A few mildly funny moments but it was all too dry, and dragged on in a self indulgent manner. Tony Hawks' acting seemined to get progressively worse as the film went on, and the star rating I planned to give it dropped and dropped. Really not worth the effort.
- Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress
- The Cuckoo
- El Bonaerense
- The Deserted Station
- The White Stripes: Under Blackpool Lights