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Brutal Incasso (2005)

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Michael and Jim are contemplating a change of career, but something comes in the way..

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Claus Lund ...
Jim
Allan Hotchkiss ...
LC
Ole Ernst ...
Melany Denise ...
Anna Bård ...
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Jesper Blumensaat ...
Bo Thomasen ...
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Mike (as Henrik Vestergaard Nielsen)
Jan Tjerrild ...
Anni Bjørn ...
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Michael and Jim are contemplating a change of career, but something comes in the way..

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Hva' gør vi så? (So now what?)

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Action | Comedy

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5 August 2006 (USA)  »

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Brutal Inca$$o  »

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Although this film contains several scenes with shots of the lead characters driving a car, neither Kim Sønderholm nor Claus Lund, actually had a driver's license and therefore did not drive for real. See more »

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Ti røde roser til mor
Written by Henrik Vestergaard Nielsen
Performed by Thomas Biehl, Mads Koudal, Jesper Blumensaat, Kim Sønderholm & Claus Lund
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Ultra entertaining
23 April 2006 | by (France) – See all my reviews

Of course this is a low budget picture that picks up lots of stuff to Tarantino, Kevin Smith or even ZAZ, but let's admit it there are worse sources of inspiration. But there is a true spirit, an obvious friendly atmosphere that makes us forget it's not all 100% original (but what is?). And the characters and the situations are really entertaining. We end up loving following the adventures of those two silly bandits. It's fun but also action-packed, and it's a great surprise. All the characters meet, talk, fight and lead the audience towards an awesome climax full of rage and gunfights. And it's purely amazing to find out how a so low budget picture can propose such a great showdown. It's finally sure better than many of action pictures that have worldwide DVD release. Despite the Tarantino-thing, it surprises easily, and manages to get out of standards several times. Not a masterpiece of course, but certainly an enjoyable flick that deserves 1h30 of your precious time much more than many soulless b-busters.


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