I'm a fan of Tom Sizemore and it was good to see him in this film, albeit a small role, but newcomer Luke White was impressive. The other actors were also decent, although some a little over the top, and the actresses were very easy on the eyes. This is Richard Colton's second film ever directed, and he did a great job with the camera, although he could've directed some of the cast a little better. Not sure who wrote this, it's an excellent story premise, but the screenplay needed some fine tuning with the plot issues, especially towards the end. The pacing was a little slow and the film needed to be trimmed down by about 10-20 mins, but nevertheless it kept my attention. The (boy band) soundtrack was also a little too much in the beginning. Nevertheless an enjoyable B-grade UK action/drama flick. Not worth the 9 and 10/10 previous 4 fake reviews, but worthy of an honest 7/10
This movie is a modern day version of The Prince And The Pauper where one man from a poor background ends up taking over another man's life from the entirely opposite end of the spectrum. Jamie Poulton - lead singer of tribute act 'Dive' - gets the opportunity to replace the iconic Donny Martin from the boy band group D5 with ever gripping twists and turns. This British film asks the question: could one man live in another man's shoes and actually get away with it!? Boyband D5's star-studded cast include hunky Luke White, DJ Tom Zanetti (who definitely has a helicopter at multiple times in the film), singers Jordi Whitworth and Shide Boss and TOWIE's Ricky Rayment, along with Eastenders beauty Danielle Harold as the leading lady, sizzling Jessica-Jane Stafford, Amar Adatia and a flurry of gorgeous models and exciting cameos from both the acting world and music industry.
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