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Trash. If you want a random laugh watch. If not, KEEP AWAY!!!
This is by far the worst British film I have ever seen. An absolute disgrace to my eyes, ears and general well being. Its suppose to be a 'action thriller' but turned out to be the unintentional 'Comedy of the year'. Me and my mates had a right good laugh at this tripe. God knows where we stumbled upon this steaming pile of dog toffee but it was soon discarded from my presence. I hate it that much it has a special place in my heart. We watched it several times and even viewed the 'making of', what a top laugh that was. I was tortured with the theme tune, little quotes and reminders of scenes to this day. All in all the term 'hate from the pit of my stomach' is thrown around too much these days but Ten Dead Men really fits the bill. The cast and crew should be ashamed of what they have done and let loose on the unsuspecting public. Ten men took Ryans life way. Ten men had to pay. Including Brendan Carr, Lee Latchford Evans, Terry Stone and that idiot 'the Projects Manager'.
AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!
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