Anuvahood (2011)

R   |    |  Comedy, Crime, Drama

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Kenneth (who likes to call himself Kay) begins to realise he's just another wannabe bad boy... even less than a loser in fact. After quitting his job at Laimsbury's, Kay vows to become a ... See full summary »




  • Anuvahood (2011)
  • Richie Campbell in Anuvahood (2011)
  • Adam Deacon in Anuvahood (2011)
  • Anuvahood (2011)
  • Anuvahood (2011)
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25 March 2011 | if_time_Was_god
| OK, but could have been better
Watching Anuvahood, it becomes clear very quickly that Adam Deacon the director was trying to make a British version of Friday, the classic American 'ghetto' comedy. Almost every aspect of the film has been influenced by Friday; for example the theme tune of the neighbourhood bully in Anuvahood is basically the same as the one in Friday but with a beat added to it! However, it doesn't come anywhere near to the brilliance of Friday, not even close! The main problem is that in Anuvahood all the main characters are played so stupidly over-the-top for the whole film (watch it and you'll understand). If you're looking for clever, subtle humour then look elsewhere.

Having said all that, Anuvahood does have its moments and overall it was quite entertaining (it is undeniably a unique and quirky film); some bits are VERY funny (my favourite was with the African traffic warden!)and it has some truly disgusting bits (one involving ketchup and feet).However, for most of the film I wasn't laughing, just thinking "Friday is so much better than this."

One more thing; if you're not familiar with the slang of the 'gangsters' in London, definitely don't bother coming to see it!

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Release Date:

18 March 2011

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Box Office


$1,000,000 (estimated)

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