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23 New from
A much over hyped film! Where shall I start? This film takes storylines from Pulp Fiction, In Bruges, The Wicker Man and mashes them up into something incomprehensible. What starts out looking like a kitchen drama mutates into a hit man film and then mutates again. Did it ever know where it was going? Can Neil Maskell say anything other than the f word and "Myte" (mate!!). The one star is for Michael Smiley who was the best thing about this film.
18 New from
A surprisingly good film. This sort of thing has been done countless times - most recently with Them and Strangers but this is a truly British take. It is suspenseful and builds up to its shocks with skill and good performances. The end left me a bit cold but on reflection it is probably an apt comment on the choices we have sometimes have to make or choose to make. All in all a very enjoyable thriller.