Based on the novel by Bernard Cornwell, "Sharpe's Waterloo" brings maverick British officer Lt. Col. Richard Sharpe to his last fight against the French, in June of 1815. Sharpe is assigned... See full summary »
When 40-something divorcee Jess's son is killed in a drink-drive road crash, comfort comes from an unexpected source, the young man who was driving when her son was killed. And to add to ... See full summary »
Upon being dumped by his dominant girlfriend Charlie, psychology student Scott Miller finds solace in an intriguingly addictive computer game called 'Killer Net'. Shortly after he's committed his first virtual murder, Charlie is found dead, slain and disposed of in exactly the same way... Written by
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Many of the outdoor scenes are filmed in Islington (although set in Brighton) See more »
After a night of heavy drinking Scott orders a taxi to Kemptown (although he's standing on Marine parade, Kemptown 100yds from his flat) which drives him away towards Hove. It keeps driving west - when Scott throws up by the pier the car is driving east and stops on the spot where he entered it about half a mile east of the pier (but now "at home") See more »
Watched it last night on late night TV. Engrossing film. Not recommended for the very squeamish. The film contains some nudity and drug use, as well as vivid violent allusions. Wasn't too bad, took me to about 30-45 minutes before the end to know who the killer was and work out everything that was going on. Which is longer than most of the movies out and about today. Some interesting twists and turns mixed with some subtle humour. Kept me from going to bed until the very end. (I just had to know if they caught the killer!)
Worth watching at least once.
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