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Joe Cole's accent slips dramatically in the scene where he strangles Big Justin. See more »
[from the trailer]
[coldly and clearly]
Now Gentlemen and Ladies. Whatever you saw or did... Is no longer my concern. But let's be clear... this won't end well.
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This film is dedicated to the Barnetti family. See more »
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This was on my to-watch list for quite a while before I gave it a chance. Holy crap this movie is good. Not ten stars good, obviously, but man it throws some curve balls. All of the actors were competent and believable. The tension builds and builds. The ending was stereotypical but didn't detract from the film at all. Wonder how much time Patrick Stewart had to spend in makeup to play a skinhead lol.
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