Fat Pizza vs. Housos (2014)69K
Fat Pizza vs. Housos: Directed by Paul Fenech. With Paul Fenech, Elle Dawe, Kevin Taumata, Vanessa Davis. After fifteen years, pizza chef Bobo is released from prison. Rent has gone up so the only shop Bobo can afford is in the infamous housing commission suburb of Sunnyvale.
“It sounded like gold when you first hear Paul Fenech was combing his shows u0026quot;Fat Pizzau0026quot; and u0026quot;Housosu0026quot; together. In a story where the pizza boss Bobo is released from prison years after he went nuts at the end of the Fat Pizza shows run. He wants to open his pizza shop up again, only rent is now too high in the old neighborhood, so he finds a new location in Sunnyvale (Houso country). However with the stooges working for him, they once again go back to old ways and begin sneaking drugs into the pizzas and when the bikers find out about this, they wont allow anyone to move in on their territory. This begins a gang war between the pizza shop boys, who contain members of the Sunnyvale Assassins, and itu0026#39;s on between the Bikers and the S.A. Paulie also happens to return and he looks just like his cousin Frankie, who is the #1 man on the cops most wanted list. With a few mix ups of identity, Paulie and Frankie begin a feud of their own, and before you know it everyone is wanting to thong everyone else. Apart from the boganu0026#39;s who just stand around and watch from the sidelines.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMost of the cast is back for this one, however itu0026#39;s obvious a few members where either doing other projects as well, and had limited time to be in the film, or they are just sick of doing this thing. Big surprises are Dazza only plays a small role, Shazza seems to be around but not a major player and Kev doesnu0026#39;t really pop up until the finale of the film. Very surprising, yet also something disappointing that the crew you come to love and laugh at arenu0026#39;t really involved that much in the entire project.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eEven more disappointing in the re-use of old gags and how much it felt like moments of u0026quot;Weu0026#39;ve seen them do this beforeu0026quot; kept popping up everywhere. Nick Gionopilos even makes a return as the cabbie, however this time heu0026#39;s using the same exact lines from a character when he made The Wog Boy many years ago. I donu0026#39;t know if he thought people might not remember that movie, or if he thought it would be funny if he recycled the same lines for himself… but whatever the reason, it didnu0026#39;t work, and was a complete waste of time being in the movie.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eA few new gags, but not really enough to say I would ever want to see this thing ever again. I was never a fan of Fat Pizza, but I did like Housos series 1 and 2, and Iu0026#39;ll re-watch the series, but just like Housos vs Authority, this one wonu0026#39;t be something I even pick up just to add to the collection.”