The film tells the story of a London cabbie, John Smith (Danny Dyer) who helps out an old woman getting mugged (played by Dame Judy Dench, one of many gimmick cameos) and receives a bump on the noggin for his trouble. It's when he wakes in hospital, and is returned to his home his woes really start. As, it turns out, our chirpy Cockney is actually a bigamist, who divides his time between his two wives (Denise Van Outon and Sarah Harding). So, as could be expected, "hilarity" ensues as he tries to keep the two Mrs Smiths from finding out, as well as the police who begin to smell a rat.. He ropes in his neighbour, Gary (Neil Morrissey, playing the usual gormless-but-lovable twerp he's famous for) to help in his frantic struggle to sort out his tangled web of deceit. His neighbours at his other flat, a gay couple played by Christopher Biggins and Lionel Blair, play a large part in the fun later on.
4 out of 10