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Big Fat Gypsy Gangster (2011)

A fast moving, star studded, roller coaster ride of violence, madness and mayhem in this gritty British crime film. Bulla is the 'Big Fat Gypsy Gangster, 'labeled 'the most dangerous man in... See full summary »

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A fast moving, star studded, roller coaster ride of violence, madness and mayhem in this gritty British crime film. Bulla is the 'Big Fat Gypsy Gangster, 'labeled 'the most dangerous man in Britain'. After serving sixteen years at her majesty's pleasure Bulla is out on the streets again, but things start to go wrong from the moment he steps out when he finds out he's lost everything on the outside world. Fleeced by the same corrupt copper that put him behind bars, even his favourite 'Aunt Queenie' is about to lose the roof from over her head; in Bulla's world family is everything. It's time for Bulla to fight back Get ready for a white knuckle ride into London's underworld as the most dangerous man in Britain sets about reclaiming his crime empire. Written by 4Digital Media

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Sentenced to six years. Released after ten. Britain's most dangerous man is coming home.


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14 September 2011 (UK)  »

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£1,300,000 (estimated)
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The word 'received' is misspelt at the end of the film, when an image of the boxing club is shown with the message "Boxing clubs around the world recieved mysterious donations." See more »

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Very funny
18 September 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I laughed from the very beginning right through to the end. It's really nice to see that Britain has still got comedy and we are not always stuck with patronising American humour. (Even though there is an American in this - or is it just an accent?) There are some really cringey moments - but they are hilarious and at some points I actually felt bad for laughing, but you know what, if it makes you laugh - laugh.

This film is gonna stir things up a bit, and good - it's about time we were allowed to laugh at what we want and not let others dictate what we are and aren't allowed to find funny. I watched this as a family with my husband and 2 sons - we all loved it (even if I felt a bit awkward with them at times) and were all laughing and still spoke about it for days after.


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