Full English Breakfast
is a movie starring
Dave Courtney, Jamie Bannerman, and Lucy Drive.
Through flashbacks, Full English Breakfast follows the violent career of Dave Bishop (Dave Courtney) a small-time London villain who kills his way to the top of Britain's drugs empire. Now ...
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Through flashbacks, Full English Breakfast follows the violent career of Dave Bishop (Dave Courtney) a small-time London villain who kills his way to the top of Britain's drugs empire. Now happily 'retired' on the Kent coast Dave becomes embroiled in a bloody battle of wits with Al Qaeda terrorists who want to take over his criminal empire. Adding to the old mobster's woes is his younger trophy wife (Lucy Drive) wanting to play away with his new driver (Jamie Bannerman).Written by
After writing this review, I'm going to get a chisel and hammer and see if I can dig this offencive mess out of my brain! Definitely the worst movie ever made! I know people say that all the time about films they've disliked but trust me, this IS the worst movie ever made. Atrocious - heavily wooden acting, banal dialogue (like a 12 year old trying to write a gangster story) and edited at times like the editor had suddenly zoned out on cannabis! BUT taking the biscuit is the diabolical sound editing, in particular the scandalous post-sync dubbing of the entire dialogue heard in the film. Absolutely laughable Production values.
Manish Patel needs to stop film making altogether before he causes somebody to take their own life after watching one of his hideous creations!!!
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