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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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Bulla
Maxwell Laird ...
The Major
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Mason
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Guru Shah
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Gypsy Dave
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Geoff
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Roland
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Rosie Lee
Omid Rad ...
Omid
Mark Potter ...
Mark
Ray Coleman ...
Ray
Lili Harber ...
Lili
Leanne Lakey ...
Bev
Canning Town Massive ...
Boys Under Flyover
Lenny Mesher ...
Lenny
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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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£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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Once more British comedy shows why it is the best
24 September 2011 | by See all my reviews

British comedy is accepted throughout the world as the best because it doesn't treat the viewer like an idiot. While idiots may not get it the rest of us will find this a hilarious comedy. I love watching comedies like this where you are not constantly being told when to laugh by the movie company. There are moments in this film when you will be rolling on the floor with laughter (idiots excluded). And all this on a budget of only £1.3m is to be applauded. When you compare it to bigger budget productions that were not even as close to being this funny it does make you wonder why they bother? I know, the answer is money. Big actors draw big crowds. But seriously, if you can just forget about all that and enjoy a movie then pick this one. Great acting, great lines. You will laugh (idiots excluded).


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