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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 »
This is so not the way to adapt a graphic novel to the big screen, it does not work on so many levels,take half the actors from an old Guy Ritchie flick, an unbelievably bad supporting cast, throw in a dire script, mix in some cheap production values and your half way there to describing this low budget, made on a shoestring British gangster movie.It is so full of clichés and annoying effects especially the filming in black and white with the touch of "Schindler's list" using the hint of red to denote danger and death.This is what happens when a director tries to emulate a film like Sin City without a budget, script and most of all talent.Total waste of one hundred minutes of your life.
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