Charlie Wolfe's (Simon Pegg's) car is a left-sided drive, whereas in Australia, one drives on the left, and automobiles are right-sided. The car is an Oldsmobile Toronado. See more »
around 1 hr and 10 minutes in to the movie, when Wolf emptied the bag to collect the money that is in the trunk of the car, the bag that should have just some brochures has some money in it. See more »
Fuck Me! I can't believe I'm going to die in this place. But, as far as headstones go, a man could do a lot worse. I'm Charlie Wolfe, and as I lie here waiting for death's cold embrace, I find myself asking the question, how the fuck did it come to this? I don't die, I thrive.
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I do not understand why this title has so low rates. I have to admit I am a big fan of Simon Pegg that in this movie is great, but beside that this movie deserve a watch and it's really entertaining. The cast is good and the plot is nice and if you ever wonder why crime doesn't always pay....well you must watch it.
Location, music and the overall direction is perfect for the plot but the most intriguing part is the way it's designed, with the beginning telling the end (even the title..) and the point of view from different angles and times.
OK it's the same old story since Double Indemnity or Postman rings twice with a twist of Tarantino and McCarty point of view so if you expect something completely new you could be disappointed but if you just want to spend sometime relaxing and having fun, well, this is a right one !
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