Bula Quo!
Bula Quo! (2013)

Rocking All Over The World, Status Quo witnesses a gang murder in Fiji. They flee with crucial evidence; have they played their last gig? Rock legends Status Quo are finishing their 50 Year Celebration tour. They come off stage to… More

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Critic Score: 27% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Trevor Johnston
Time Out

Not so much a movie, more a pub chat that got way out of hand, this ludicrous attempt to plonk veteran rockers Status Quo in an exotic international thriller is so laughably lame it verges on the surreal.

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Rich Cline
Shadows on the Wall

60-something men on a madcap tropical romp look more than a little desperate. Especially when the writing, directing and editing are this choppy.

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Rich Cline
Contactmusic.com

To launch their new album, the iconic 1970s rock band Status Quo indulges in a spirited action-comedy that might have worked when they were in their 20s.

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Jason Best
Movie Talk

Amateurish acting, slapdash direction and a ropey plot can't entirely dispel the cockeyed charm of this bizarre screen vehicle for Status Quo frontmen Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt.

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Stefan Pape
HeyUGuys

Bula Quo! is absolute nonsense of the highest order.

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Graham Young
Birmingham Post

Bula Quo! is non-stop fun if you fancy James Bond lite crossed with Jaws, Mr Bean, Mamma Mia! and TV holiday show Wish You Were Here...?

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Ryan Gilbey
New Statesman

The pain experienced while watching Bula Quo! can be dulled slightly by speculating about which stand-up comic will eventually get to demolish the film when it makes its inevitable appearance as part of the Bad Film Club.

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Catherine Shoard
Observer [UK]

It's not often a brutal murder is soundtracked by a three-chord riff, but this amiable cobblers somehow gets away with it.

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James Mottram
The List

Fuelled by their energetic tunes, including the annoyingly catchy title track, the story chugs along amiably enough.

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