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Chue Courtesy of Soultown Records Published by Westbury Music Ltd / House of Magic See more » To put it simply: I love this movie!The running time is a succinct 85 minutes, and the film never takes a breath. Not to mention "Sexy Beast" is a much more entertaining film. It is what it is--and what it is is a smart, energetic, entertaining, hilarious, extremely well-acted dark comedy.A heist of legendary proportion and personal implications, this job should make for one hell of an encore.] Oh, yeah. Jonathan Glazer did a terrific job, creating a gloriously frenetic pace. It's not like with "Lock, Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels" where I can watch it 100 times and still need subtitles. And it's a real joy to see the man who's famous for playing the well-known pacifist Gandhi take on a role which requires him to spout the "f" word 500 times in one whole minute.
See more » G Spot (Back In The Day Mix) Performed & Written by Wayne Marshall Produced by W. I've really been looking forward to this movie, mostly because of Kingsley's acclaimed performance.Gal, Deedee, Aitch and Jackie, having left behind respective lives of ill-repute, bask in the sun of Spain and in the most essential brand of leisure. As Kingsley said himself, Don is the type of character who says the kind of things that are on most people's minds, but they're too afraid to let it out.A hazy yarn of barbecues, beer and botched hunting expeditions make up their retirements, until a sudden and unforeseen disruption emerges from their past. Though Kinglsey steals the film, Ray Winstone is the star and he's also great.Enter the childishly violent and hilariously edgy Don Logan. I haven't seen a great many English films, so I don't remember seeing him before, but now I hope to see him in more films.Through a series of side-splitting negotiations and irrevocable acts, retired crook Gal is forced to shake off the rust and accept one last mission, put forth by the menacing Logan, his ex-mentor. And I was impressed to find out the movie was made by a first-time director. It's a nice irony: how this dark comedy ends to the tune of Dean Martin's "Sway." On my first viewing, it took time for me to get accustomed to the cockney accents, but after approximately 30 minutes I was able to decipher most of the dialogue--and the film has some great, memorable dialogue!