Here's a rundown of the best and worst since the year 2000...Sophie Davies, Cult Box, 19th September 2016
Keith Lemon has revealed that a sequel to Keith Lemon: The Film has been written.Morgan Jeffery and Amie Parker-Williams, Digital Spy, 23rd January 2015
Optimistically calculated to cash in on the success last year of The Inbetweeners Movie, this is a spin-off of an ITV2 series in which 'comedian' Leigh Francis plays Mr Lemon, a Yorkshire entrepreneur who sees himself as the new Richard Branson.
His orange tan, long blond hair and tendency to ogle buxom beauties and celebs are more redolent of Peter Stringfellow.
His desire to discuss bodily functions evokes unpleasant memories of Dr Gillian McKeith.Chris Tookey, The Daily Mail, 7th September 2012
Nothing funny happens, and a good deal that is repulsive does, none of it describable in a family paper.
Among the glitterati are Peter Andre, Fearne Cotton and Jedward. In some inner circle of Hell, this movie will be for ever playing.
Atrocious feature-length character comedy from Leigh Francis.Niki Boyle, The List, 30th August 2012
Kelly Brook, 32, is famous as a Big Breakfast presenter, actress, model, author and designer. Here she talks to Metro about starring as herself in Keith Lemon: The Film, why she feels embarrassed over her success and why she likes being a good role model.Lesley O'Toole, Metro, 24th August 2012
Fresh from a special edition of Celebrity Juice starring ITV director of television Peter Fincham at the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International TV festival, Keith Lemon, the alter ego of English comedian Leigh Francis, talks about being funny, whether he'd be more suited to a post-watershed slot and who his favourite Spice Girl is.The Guardian, 24th August 2012
Leigh Francis's character seems even more desperate and grim on the big screen.Phelim O'Neill, The Guardian, 23rd August 2012
Stars of Leigh Francis's first feature film gathered on the red carpet in London for the premiere of Keith Lemon: The Film.BBC News, 21st August 2012