Fate, the pensions crisis and a steadfast refusal to accept the injustice of old age have contrived to force law abiding, retired couple, Arthur and Martha Goode into a life of crime. ...
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Fate, the pensions crisis and a steadfast refusal to accept the injustice of old age have contrived to force law abiding, retired couple, Arthur and Martha Goode into a life of crime. Refusing to take the loss of their pensions lying down and to fade away into their declining years, our characters decide to fight back. They decide to take back what was theirs in the first place. They decide to start robbing banks.Written by
Keith Allen was asked to play the burger van man, but was unable to commit due to a conflicting schedule. See more »
During their first robbery together, Arthur and Martha take a red tartan shopping trolly into the bank. They fill the trolly with the money and leave with it. When the bank employee bumps into them round the corner, the trolly has changed to a different colour and pattern. See more »
They make take our lives, but they will never take our pensions.
They've already taken our pensions
They may take our pensions, but they will never take our lives.
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It seems inevitable that the careers of well known, well respected actors finish with them having to accept "end of the pier" scripts such as this. Another reviewer has already pointed out many of the huge plot holes in this movie. The actors just about kept me watching but really it was no better than the awfully scripted comic spots in TV shows such as Rogue Traders and Martin Lewis' Money show etc., which I can no longer bear to watch. These actors deserve much better written scripts worthy of their proven acting abilities.
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