Sparky, knock-about performances by recognisable TV actors Jack O’Connell (‘Skins’) and Henry Lloyd-Hughes (‘The Inbetweeners’) spare the blushes in this run-of-the-mill Brit film about the early ’90s rave scene. The pair play best mates, a couple of likely lads putting on warehouse parties– breaking into abandoned factories and commandeering the services of a pirate radio DJ. Before long, the bin-liners of cash they’re taking on the door attract the attentions of a shady wide-boy drug dealer and local goons demanding protection money. It’s like a grown-up ‘Byker Grove’: one of the lads is a hedonistic scally; the other has got his head screwed on. A girl comes between them. Not for long. From the opening voiceover to the out-of-their-heads party scenes, it’s utterly generic. You could swap the smiley faces for CND badges, the ecstasy for acid, and it would all pass as the first summer of love.