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Outlaw (2007)

R | | Action, Crime, Drama | 9 March 2007 (UK)
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A group of people who feel betrayed by their government and let down by their police force form a modern-day outlaw posse in order to right what they see as the wrongs of society.





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A group of people who feel betrayed by their government and let down by their police force form a modern-day outlaw posse in order to right what they see as the wrongs of society.

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There will be no excuses. The guilty will be punished. No one is above OUTLAW

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Rated R for violence, pervasive language and brief sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

9 March 2007 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

A Lei da Milícia  »


Box Office


£2,500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

£582,434 (United Kingdom), 11 March 2007, Limited Release
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2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


Originally had Luke Bowkett in the cast but all his scenes were cut before cinema release See more »


Walter Lewis: Most Police couldn't lie in bed straight.
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References Munich (2005) See more »


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Written by Brian Molko
Performed by Placebo
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Outrageously bad
15 November 2011 | by See all my reviews

When I saw the trailer for OUTLAW I knew I wanted to see it – Sean Bean is one of my favourite actors and I loved the look of the vigilante plot. But it was one of those films that slipped by until now, when I finally caught up with it on TV one night. I'm glad I didn't get to it sooner.

The film is a crushing, no-budget disappointment, nothing like it's made out to be in the trailer. The plot is passable at best, and while it contains some intense, shocking moments (the attack on the barrister's wife is one of the most disturbing I've seen in some time), it never seems to go anywhere, and by the end turns into the usual good guys vs. arch villain type action flick. Some scenes are ludicrous, like the bit with the shoot-out with the police in the wood, and the characters are never likable as they should be. Take Sean Bean's lead for instance – he's a disturbed ex-soldier, yes, but we never learn a thing about his background or what makes him tick. Bean tries hard to make the best of the material, but his talents are wasted here.

It's a shame, as the talents of other decent actors – such as Lennie James and Bob Hoskins – are also left unexploited to their full potential. The biggest problem of all lies in the director, Nick Love. For some stupid reason, he adopts a shaky cam in an attempt to give his film edge, but it's distracting at best and nauseating at worst. Paul Greengrass he certainly isn't – and the camera-work alone is enough to ruin what was potentially an interesting film that raises some important questions about crime and justice.

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