'That's Fab' by 100% Maybe

Film name: 
That's Fab
Team name: 
The Converging Storyline Movie
Average rating: 
Your rating: None Average: 3.2 (12 votes)

That's Fab is about picking up the wrong shopping bag and where it can lead you.

Audio: 4/5
Video: 3/5
Story: 3/5
Acting: 5/5

Pros: This film had a great script. The acting from the villain character was absolutely fantastic, and the other characters delivered some great performances too.

Cons: There's not much to criticise about this film, it was very clean and well delivered. It was very similar to another film, but the ending saved it. Perhaps do a bit more with your lighting and video quality, just for that last polish.

Overall: A hilarious film with great acting and story, watch the similarities to other films, hope to see some sweet lighting next year!


Shopping bags full of Washing Powder/Cocaine mixed up at the bus stop, foxy foreign lady, insomniac drug mule. All components of a woman's mag, which also featured!!!
I really enjoyed this one. Lighthearted and amusing. Well done to the team!


Audio: 2/5
Video: 3/5
Story: 3/5
Acting: 4/5

Pros: Pretty funny story. Finally tackling the tough issue of men reading "womans" magazines.

Cons: Felt as if the drugged up chick wasnt necessary at the end.

Overall: It was
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Good dialogue, acting and atmosphere. We only get to really see one side of the converging story though, seems to be a hangover from having the B story headed by a drugged up (and I am assuming here) prostitute. So I feel this is a fail in terms of being converging.

With the exception of being disappointed with the convergence, good film - watching as if its a crime film would be recommended.


Only two story lines converge, so was more of a crime thriller I thought. Shopping is accidentally exchanged at a bus stop and cocaine (hidden in Fab detergent) goes to the wrong people, they then sell it back to the original owner. Didn't go where I thought it would so that was good. Quite funny acting, just thought it could have done with another storyline involved to really add to it.


Easy to follow script...great acting I thought by the girlfriend and the villain...some good laughs.


As above


I might have to start buying a different detergent. Punchy converging storyline crime caper that hit all the right notes and didn't linger. Was worried half way through that it ran the risk of borrowing too much from Lock, Stock, but was pleasantly surprised by the sustained suspense followed by a fresh resolution. One to watch out for.


This film was nicely set up and well shot and an ok concept. It was a good use of the genre. But it just fell apart in the middle when it became a bit too comic and turned into parody with the drug dealer and at this point the dialogue and resolution suffered somewhat as well. Certainly everyone will have a different take on Fab washing powder after seeing this. It still managed to be one of the better films in the heat.


funny dialogue, good acting, loved the womens magazine touch :)


Fab film with a rushed ending...

Pros:This film started with an great shot and had me interested within seconds, it had some great jokes and a loved the set dressing of the apartment and gang headquarters.

Cons: The acting was good from the get go but ended up feeling unscripted (as if the actors where pulling lines from their heads).
The audio was not the best and the editing felt rushed near the end.

Audio: 2/5
Video: 3/5
Story: 4/5
Acting: 2.5/5

Overall: A cool film with that used the elements well...


Audio: 3.5/5
Video: 4/5
Story: 3/5
Acting: 3/5
Overall: 13.5/20
This team was given the genre Converging Storylines, and yet I could only see one storyline, which was disappointing. A simple idea, with some amusing parts and a couple of good actors, but the audio needed work, and I felt the end wasn't particularly strong.


Appealed to my sense of humour, plenty of layers, nice references, and some excellent acting.