Rock legends go on the run in 'Bula Quo'

Rock legends go on the run in 'Bula Quo'

Rock legends Status Quo witness a crime and go on the run for their lives in Stuart St Paul’s action comedy.

Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt (playing themselves) play a sold-out gig in Fiji as part of their 50 Year Celebration tour.

They head into a private bar where they witness sadistic gangster Wilson (Jon Lovitz) knocking off a rival gambling ring using the tried and tested method of Russian roulette.

The musicians flee with evidence of the murders and Wilson’s goon in hot pursuit.

The band’s resourceful manager Simon (Craig Fairbrass) and a cheeky intern Caroline (Laura Aikman), work tirelessly to keep Francis and Rick alive while dodgy tricky questions from tenacious reporter Dave (Matt Kennard), who senses that Status Quo could be at the centre of the biggest scoop of his career.

BULA QUO! (PG, 90 mins)

Released: July 5

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