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Going Off Big Time (2000)

After surviving prison, a man has to forge a career in the crime world.

Director:

Jim Doyle

Writer:

Neil Fitzmaurice (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Neil Fitzmaurice Neil Fitzmaurice ... Mark Clayton
Dominic Carter ... Ozzi Shepherd
Nicholas Lamont Nicholas Lamont ... Paul (as Nick Lamont)
Nicholas Moss Nicholas Moss ... Charlie (as Nick Moss)
Vinnie Adams Vinnie Adams ... John
Sarah Alexander ... Stacey Bannerman
Bernard Hill ... Murray
Peter Kay ... Flipper
Huggy Leaver Huggy Leaver ... Mario
Del Henney Del Henney ... George Hannassey
Jimmy Gallagher Jimmy Gallagher ... Billy Hannassey
Gabbi Barr Gabbi Barr ... Natasha
Stan Boardman Stan Boardman ... Arthur McCann
Sidney Livingstone Sidney Livingstone ... Mr. Phillips
Vincent Maguire Vincent Maguire ... Uncle Harry (as Vincent McGuire)
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After surviving prison, a man has to forge a career in the crime world.

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Thriller

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 September 2000 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Liverpool Gangster See more »

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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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He's Cheeky, He's Naughty
Performed by Michael J. Moran & Laurence O'Toole
written by Michael J. Moran & Laurence O'Toole
recorded by triple.m.productions
courtesy of Triple M Productions
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rubbish gangster flick
23 November 2004 | by nellyd23See all my reviews

Saw this film on late night TV the other night and was entranced by

its sheer awfulness. Alas it surely must be added to the future

cult movie genre 'bad British gangster films' .

Right from the word go it was terrible, the clichés coming thick and

fast. The strippers, the snorters, the shooters ('did you bring it ?'),

the pretty blond lawyer, the flashbacks, the jail, the bully, the wise

old con, the predatory homosexual, the fights, the rise to the top,

the gay crime lord, the thick coppers........it just went on and on... It

is a crime film where the writer has been influenced by the genre

rather than any real knowledge of - or insight into -criminal

behavior. The end result is a rubbish plot and bad dialogue. The title itself

is a clue. Very poor.


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