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“Some of my fave comedic actors firmly poking their tongues in their cheeks with Dickensian glee.
Well worth a watch.”
“Ham and cheese performances. But kinda gripping towards the end. I gave a shit about Trout Pout and the Boy Blister. Cliched and predictable, but watchable”
“It stars Flic Day, but it's not on her IMDB or resume. Go figure. Actually don't. And don't watch the film either. It sucks on many, many levels. MANY levels.”
“A beautiful, chilling, dark and surreal indictment of celeb-fandom. I did mention surreal, right? Not Gilliam surreal. More subtle. But no less WTF??!! It is quite slow and almost moody. But none the less, it engrossed me from start to finish. ...”
“I went in cold. Thought it would be a pile of shit. Until the first grenade was thrown,then I spotted where it was going. After that, much fun was had. And I love the cast list!”
“I do love this film. It is a regular, if not frequent, watch. Highly recommended. Highly. Orwell meets Bradbury... with guns.”
“It is terrible, if you are looking for cerebral. But for things exploding... It works quite well. Willing suspension is essential!!!
“The best work of that fella who is related to the guy in 'The Eagle Has Landed', Yeah, a vaguely subtle attempt to avoid spoilers. If yer intrigued, don't try and work it out... Watch the film. It is VERY good. It is the least sucky of that Irish ...”
“There was a ledge. A man was on it. I heard about a film involving a plane with snakes on it. Both kinda lived up to their promise.
This was a good film. Not one that will become a classic. But it worked for me.”
“How many ways do I love this film? 3... no 4. Lots! I love this film lots ways. But, sadly, once again... Danny Dyer doesn't [spoiler]. (I meant act) ”
“The seminal crime/horror film.
'...and a nice chianti' is like Vimto next to this. Watch it! But don't eat first (or during).”
“Wrong in so many ways. Some good, some bad. It's a slow builder, that doesn't build quite enough. And yet it is still pretty engrossing and doesn't end badly.”