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Before I start this review I want to say that I have most of Danny Dyer's films.
I thought with the cast line up of this that there must surely be something about it.
Its says its about a bad film being made by the British film Industry.
I for one am a big fan of the British film industry, but this film just shows everything bad about it.
Danny Dyer has in recent years had some real hit and miss films but generally his films seem to have something about them. I can normally see what they are trying to achieve even if they don't always hit the right spot! This however is the worst film I have ever seen. I ordered on DVD as soon as I realised it was out, which I realised on this site. However I now know why it hasn't been advertised that well! This is just a case of high profile cast cashing in on there name and making a rubbish film! The cover has 2 sides to it, one side is a normal cover and the other side is the cover that will sell in a couple of weeks, showing Danny with stubble and the usual look. Just like the way Borstal Boy has a cover that Danny looks nothing like in!
I'm very disappointed that he and the rest of the cast have just signed up to another rubbish film. After Dead man running which I liked I was hoping he might be turning things around! The Pimp has just arrived so lets see if that gets any better! Just a really bad film that has a deservedly terrible IMDb rating! Don't waste your time on this one!
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