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A loan shark gives ex-con Nick a period of 24 hours in order to pay back the money he owes. Up against it, Nick involves his best mate on a multi-part mission in order to raise the cash before it's too late for them both. Written by
When Nick and Bing are stopped by police on the M6 motorway the officer tells Nick he was doing 92 in a 70 zone. London taxis are speed limited to 70mph. Furthermore British police do not patrol motorways on motorcycles because it is too dangerous. See more »
Performed by Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band
Written by Wes Farrell
Published by Sony / ATV Music Publishing & EMI Music Publishing Ltd
Licenced from Mr Bongo Worldwide Limited & New Millenium Ent
Taken from the Incredible Bongo Band album on Mr Bongo MRBCD/LP 43 See more »
Well I enjoyed it. It was just good fun and made me smile several times. I'm unfamiliar with the two leads so I'm not fed up of them. Brenda Blethyn was terrific as usual.
The soundtrack was quite good too and I enjoyed the contrast when the classical piece took over.
Not sure the 'kill' would have been so clean with a sawn off shotgun. I thought they made a bigger mess than that.
"This movie even has big football movie connections it was funded by non other than Rio Ferdinand...that's right I said that huge football star Rio ferdanando..or something like that." He's England Captain and plays for One of the World's Biggest clubs. I think that qualifies as pretty big.
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