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In Bruges (Blu-ray)

Released on 04 July 2011

Featuring: Colin Farrell, Ralph Fiennes & Brendan Gleeson

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 18 years & over

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This stylish black-comedy thriller stars Ralph Fiennes as Harry, a vicious London crime-boss, who sends his two hit-men to the picturesque Belgian city of Bruges - to lay low and wait for orders. While Ken (Brenden Gleeson) is happy just to sight-see, his fast-talking partner, Ray (Colin Farrell ) sets-out for adventure. Before long, Ray is experiencing hilariously surreal encounters with tourists, skinheads, dwarves and prostitutes! When, at last, the call comes from Harry, the fun turns to a life-and-death struggle of darkly comic proportions.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.
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  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • A Boat Trip Around Bruges

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 Average rating (5 reviews)

 Rouge ... in Bruges

| | See all SykeStudiO's reviews (26)

This is undoubtedly a blackly comedic tour-de-force. The whole cast is magnificent, including the much-maligned (in the film) city. It is almost an ensemble piece and occasionally gory, but that is balanced by a wonderful sense of comedy that is made to seem almost ad-lib. It isn't, of course, but that's a tribute to the screenwriter. Martin McDonagh directs the players confidently and one develops an empathy with the characters ... well, maybe not with Harry! But what a performance by Ralph Fiennes who plays his somewhat warped character to a T.

You will always regret it if you don't see this film.

 They're filming midgets!

| | See all MattCavalli's reviews (13)

Firstly In Bruges is a gangster film. It's also acted brilliantly, funny throughout, intelligent and just one brilliant film in every way. It's slow yes, but you don't really mind because the chemistry between each member of the cast and the way the film progresses, it's worth your time without a doubt. I can't recommend this film enough to people.

 Rally good movie.

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I have a list of films that make my top 5 of all time and this one is in there. I just love it so much.

The chemistry between the characters, the dark humour and a great cast.

Having an emotional connection to characters is a very difficult thing to pull off, and this is so refreshing from all of the jazzy speed editing, rock n'roll style of crime dross that saturates the screens these days.

Colin Farrell's character is just so good. So real.


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This is one of my favourite movies. The black humour has been done perfectly, to get a good mix of humour and seriousness. Colin Farrell is amazing in this movie and I thoroughly recommend it! 5 Stars!

 Farrell's best performance to date

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British director/writer Martin McDonagh brings us his second movie in four years. Following on from Six Shooter (a movie I haven't seen yet but judging from what I have read about it, it seems to be in a similar vein in style and substance as In Bruges, of which in my opinion would make him and up and coming Guy Richie wannabe) It is a gently paced Irish/British gangster flick set in Bruges, where two hit men are sent and awaiting instructions from their crime Boss. That is the simple layout of this slick little independent movie, that starts off quite slow and with it's excessive use of shaky handheld shots makes it quite hard to get into, but given 20 minutes you soon find where you are with the humour and relationship between the two central leads, Farrell as Ray the slightly slow and new to the business hit man and the ever brilliant and sturdy Brendan Gleeson as Ken the wise and seasoned veteran.

The back story for the characters unravels at a slow but intriguing pace and is a solid idea and adds to quite a nice amount of depth to the main characters. A few funny set pieces and sub plots help to liven things up until the plot thickens, if predictably, to why the guys are actually in Bruges. At this point, we are introduced to The crime boss, Harry, played enjoyably and completely over the top by Ralph Fiennes. The movie picks up pace here as it speeds along to it's climatic violent conclusion.

Throughout the movie, I started to feel I was watching something that was very special indeed, McDonagh has a brilliant sense of humour in the same style of Ritchie and Tarrantino and some of the intial scenes are laugh out loud funny and made a perfect bitter sweet mix blended with the touching back story. The main highlight of the movie for me was how blown away I was by Farrell's performance, he nails the character, the young and willing criminal that doesn't quite have the streetwise mind yet and is pretty doomed form the start, a character that is almost obligatory in a gangster movie, has never been as perfectly polished as it is here rounded with McDonagh's clever wit and Farrell's pitch perfect performance.

The only let down is the main plot, of which moments before the climax, becomes completely obvious and not half as clever and thrilling as it is set out to be but extremely violent and a tad silly. You realise that while you were enjoying and getting into the main characters and their shenanigans this clunckly collection of ingredients had shamelessly been added to the mix one by one serving no real depth or purpose other than solely for their turn in the movies final scene "twist". A whole character, his clothes and quotes mentioned all come together so predictably and and totally implausibly that it really does shave a lot of the movies strengths off in the closing moments.

Still, it is a pretty decent watch if you aren't too offended by excessive bad language and occasionally bloody and shocking violence. This still stands as a success simply because it is only McDonagh's second picture so he clearly has lots and lots of room to grow and that is an exciting thought.

In Bruges "Superb casting and at times a very strong and brilliant script, let down by a very shoddy and over worked out plot climax, this is definitely worth a watch for Farrell's best performance to date, alone"

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ActorsColin Farrell, Ralph Fiennes, Brendan Gleeson, Eric Godon, Clémence Poésy, Jérémie Renier & Thekla Reuten
DirectorMartin McDonagh
Certificate18 years and over
ScreenWidescreen 2.35:1
LanguagesEnglish - DTS-HD Master Audio (5.1)
Additional LanguagesCanadian French
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; Latin American Spanish ; Canadian French
Duration1 hour and 47 minutes (approx)