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Brutal Incasso (2005)

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Michael and Jim are contemplating a change of career, but something comes in the way..



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Michael
Claus Lund ... Jim
Allan Hotchkiss ... LC
Ole Ernst ... Grandpa
Melany Denise ... Iben
Anna Bård ... Louise
... Lalle
... Psycho
Jesper Blumensaat ... Arnold
Bo Thomasen ... Bastian
... Mike (as Henrik Vestergaard Nielsen)
Jan Tjerrild ... Eilert
Anni Bjørn ... Sister Death
... Shabul
Søren Olsen ... Erland


Michael and Jim are contemplating a change of career, but something comes in the way..

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Hva' gør vi så? (So now what?)


Action | Comedy



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Release Date:

5 August 2006 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Brutal Inca$$o  »

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Although this film contains several scenes with shots of the lead characters driving a car, neither Kim Sønderholm nor Claus Lund, actually had a driver's license and therefore did not drive for real. See more »


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Written by Henrik Vestergaard Nielsen
Performed by Thomas Biehl, Mads Koudal, Jesper Blumensaat, Kim Sønderholm & Claus Lund
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Ultra entertaining
23 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

Of course this is a low budget picture that picks up lots of stuff to Tarantino, Kevin Smith or even ZAZ, but let's admit it there are worse sources of inspiration. But there is a true spirit, an obvious friendly atmosphere that makes us forget it's not all 100% original (but what is?). And the characters and the situations are really entertaining. We end up loving following the adventures of those two silly bandits. It's fun but also action-packed, and it's a great surprise. All the characters meet, talk, fight and lead the audience towards an awesome climax full of rage and gunfights. And it's purely amazing to find out how a so low budget picture can propose such a great showdown. It's finally sure better than many of action pictures that have worldwide DVD release. Despite the Tarantino-thing, it surprises easily, and manages to get out of standards several times. Not a masterpiece of course, but certainly an enjoyable flick that deserves 1h30 of your precious time much more than many soulless b-busters.

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