When unemployed soccer hooligan Mike Jacobs encounters an old friend during a bloody pregame brawl, he finds the answer to his problems - credit card fraud. But before long, the fast paced ... See full summary »
In 1995, drug suppliers and career criminals Tony Tucker, Patrick Tate and Craig Rolfe were blasted to death by a shot gun whilst waiting in a Range Rover in Rettendon, Essex. The film ... See full summary »
Damien is a London copper with a past he's trying to forget. Before signing up for the force he ran with a football firm, getting involved in tear-ups up and down the country. Now he's on ... See full summary »
The debut 35mm feature film comedy from 23 year-old whiz kid Jonny Blitstein. Starring Justin Rice (Mutual Appreciation), Brendan Sexton III (Boys Don't Cry) and Laura Breckenridge (Southern Belles). With Zach Galligan (Gremlins).
Brendan Sexton III,
Abdul Rasheed is an architect who is in love with an attorney named Rachel Caldwell. Their religion is the one thing that is keeping them apart. Abdul is Islamic and Rachel is Jewish. ... See full summary »
Sarah B. Burgess,
James is useless with women, but his luck changes under the tutelage of pick-up artist, Ampersand. As James learns the art of seduction he begins to wonder about Ampersand's intentions and questions what would truly make him happy in life.
The film opens with Jack being shot as per the ending of Jack Said. We see that he is shot in the back and an exit wound in his stomach indicating that the bullet passed straight through him. Later when Jack is arguing about wanting a strong drink, he states that he was shot and that the surgeon tried to remove the bullet with a pair of salad tongs. See more »
Saw this last night - what a disappointment and the worst film I have seen for ages. It was, in my opinion, a vanity project, and while I get that it is the final part of the trilogy, sometimes I would say less is more. The film was full of ghastly clichés, and the plot was at best tenuous, and I'm being kind. The film looked very cheap, more like HDcam noir than film noir, and was strangely edited Couldn't believe how bad it was, thankfully this is the final part of the trilogy. The acting was so wooden it was embarrassing, and the plot was incredibly corny. The black and white shooting, with the odd splash of colour, while done to make it look cool, was just incredibly annoying. This film left me incredibly disappointed and in some ways cheated. Definitely wish I hadn't bothered going
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