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MessageSujet: Reviews humhum   Dim 22 Avr - 14:14:57

bon alors en ce moment le jeu est
"qui c'est qui va ecrire la pire review?!!!"
donc en ce moment 2 challengers et je pense que ce ne sera pas les seuls à venir...

non non je desespere pas....mon dieu si je deteste ce film je vais m'en vouloir mais bon si il est pourri il est pourri!
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22 April 2007
BACON ON FILMS: REVENGE IS DISMAL
STRAIGHTHEADS DRAMA Cert: 18 **
Bacon

CANNING Town-born actor Danny Dyer splits a lot of people. That's not an allegation of knife crime, I mean he's like Marmite: you either love him or hate him. Or are a bit scared of him (not sure the Marmite bit still works).

No such worries for Gillian Anderson, though. Everybody loves her, especially now she's moved to London and started to speak with an English accent. So put them together and what have you got? The oddest combination since I hosted some fashion award swith Pamela Anderson. And the fruit of their union is Straightheads, an 80-minute revenge flick that doesn't really work.

They're a couple from different sides of the tracks who hook up, get attacked in the countryside on a drive, and get revenge.

If they wanted that revenge to take the form of a movie that will leave the country folk wondering why they bothered making it, then this film will have done the trick.

***** SIZZLING: Don't miss
**** SMOKING: Scintillating stuff
*** TASTY: Worth a bite
** HALF-BAKED: Below par
* PIG AWFUL

http://www.people.co.uk/news/tm_headline=b...-name_page.html

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Irish Independent

April 22, 2007 Sunday

CINEMA

REVIEWS

PADRAIC McKIERNAN, EMMA NOLAN, DONAL LYNCH

StraightheadsCertificate 18SINCE Mulder and Scully solved the last of their X-Files David Duchovny has gone on to star in some pretty dodgy films, and I was beginning to wonder when Gillian Anderson was going to catch up.

I need not have fretted. With her turn in Straightheads- a new, laughable British 'thriller' from first time director Dan Reed - she makes Duchovny's post-Files oeuvre seem almost watchable by comparison.

She stars as Alice, a society seductress who, on a whim, takes the young man (played by chav totty Danny Dyer) who has just installed an alarm system in her flat under her wing.

On the way back from a party in the countryside, they are set upon by a group of men and beaten to within an inch of their lives. What follows is a drawn-out quest for revenge against their attackers, with Alice planning a complicated and grisly end for the man who raped her.

It tries to be dark and sexual and shockingly violent, but it falls flat on its face on several counts. There is no chemistry or frisson between Dyer and Anderson, an extremely unlikely onscreen pairing to begin with, and we never feel they are really a couple.

He whines in one corner of the room and she faux smoulders in the other, and they seem like they are in different films.

It doesn't help that they have been photographed a light that makes them both appear permanently haggard (difficult to believe watching this that she was once voted the world's sexiest woman).

The violent climax, which bears a resemblance to the final scenes of Death and The Maiden, but with none of that film's dramatic tension, is inadvertently funny. Anderson careens about wielding an iron bar over her head and shrieking like a demented banshee, and you just have to laugh.

Overall, not a very impressive debut from Dan Reed. Let's hope he has better things ahead.

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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Dim 22 Avr - 14:43:39

Le premier a réussi à mettre Gillian Anderson et Pamela Anderson dans le même paragraphe ! Il mériterait des claques à gogo !

Les critiques ne m'étonnent pas trop... Au début quand les échos et les spoilers ne venaient pas en masse, le film pouvait encore avoir quelque chose d'original et d'attirant seulement depuis, il s'est pris un gros gadin !
Ce qui est saoulant, c'est que quand des personnes n'aiment pas un film, ils démontent directs ses acteurs. Ca paraît à la fois logique et à la fois opposé.
N'empêche dans leur critique, ils n'ont pas tort... Genre Danny Dyer "you either love him or hate him"... In my case, I hate him Exclamation Le fait que ça manque de chimie entre Gillian et Danny et que ça se ressente à l'écran ne m'étonne pas trop non plus. Je veux dire c'était pas THE big tournage avec THE big complicité qui aurait pu se développer... Puis l'autre là, Danny, quand il parle de Gillian, c'est à peine si il ne l'a vue qu'à travers les scènes sexuelles du film. Ce type est barge ! C'est peut-être une impression mais dans chaque interview de lui que j'ai fait l'effort de lire, ça part en cacahuète... Il parle que de l'aspect sexuel pratiquement ! Ben alors, Danny, on est pas satisfait dans la vie réelle ?
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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Dim 22 Avr - 17:22:48

oh putain, palme d'or à la deuxième quand même genre "difficile de croire qu'elle a un jour été élue femme la plus sexy" (et moi qui parle à mon ordi "haaan le salauuuddd!!! elle est trop belle dans SH!!!" et après "crie comme une hystéro qui vous donne envie de rire" putain, sympa le type! et même le pauvre David en prend pour son grade alors qu'il n'a rienf ait! mdrrr... au moins, il sous entend que sa carrière est pire que celle de Gillian, mon Dieu, je préfère en rire qu'en pleurer!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Dim 22 Avr - 18:02:07

Shocked Rho punaise, ils y vont fort quand même.
Bon, la presse n'a pas la réputation d'y aller avec des pincettes mais là ça calme.
Enfin, j'ai envie de me faire ma propre opinion du film même si je sens qu'elle ne va pas être très bonne.
Au pire, il manquait une vraie me*** à la carrière de Gillian, c'est peut-être fait...
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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Dim 22 Avr - 18:22:57

affraid <--mon reaction avec la deuxième review..

et apres j'ai Lu ton commentaire Polly & c'est une meilleure option, je ris plutôt aussi.. Laughing

les critiques sont vraiment drôles!!

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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Dim 22 Avr - 19:42:36

ClemJ a écrit:

Au pire, il manquait une vraie me*** à la carrière de Gillian, c'est peut-être fait...



rho, bah y'avait déjà The Turning?







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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Dim 22 Avr - 20:15:14

lol!
C'est pas faux. Mais lui il ne compte pas.
Shocked A chaque fois les films "moyens" c'est ceux où elle n'est pas très habillée. Etrange comme coïncidence .
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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Mar 24 Avr - 16:10:04

Désolée pour le double post mais j'avais envie d'enfoncer le clou... Rolling Eyes
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79 mins. Thriller. Gillian Anderson, Danny Dyer, Anthony Calf, Ralph Brown, Francesca Fowler, Steven Robertson. Director: Dan Reed.

TAKING its title from a term used by gang members for people not involved in a crime, Straightheads is a brutal and unsettling revenge thriller that sinks to the same unnecessarily violent depths as its characters.

Documentary filmmaker Dan Reed, making his dramatic feature debut, shows restraint in his depiction of a sickening assault and rape at the beginning of the film, which devastates a businesswoman and her younger lover.

The narrative cuts to the aftermath; the gruesome details thankfully unseen.

However, as the plot careers towards its horribly inevitable conclusion, Reed returns (via flashback) to the events of the fateful night before his much-abused protagonists allow their hunger for vengeance to consume them.

"Do you know what they did after they finished with me?" screeches the brutalised heroine. "They laughed. I wish I could just walk away, but I can't."

Those with a weak stomach should look away as she takes matters into her own hands.

The dark desires, which propel the characters on their journey of self-destruction, might be more compelling if Reed's screenplay were stronger.

Unfortunately, his characters aren't well formed, and the longer the writer-director spins out his torrid tale, the more tenuous the film's grasp on realism.

Beautiful, sexually confident Alice (Anderson) hires Adam (Dyer) to install a new security system in her expensive London apartment.

Instant

The charge of sexual attraction is instant and Alice invites Adam to accompany her to a party in the countryside.

"I can't wear this, I'm just the alarm guy," says Adam, staring at the dinner jacket she just happens to have in her wardrobe.

"You'd be doing me a favour," replies Alice coolly.

After a quick conflagration in the shrubbery at the party, where Alice's friends stare down their noses at Adam, the couple make their way back to the capital.

En route, they almost collide with a Range Rover, which forces them off the road.

Adam is badly beaten by ringleader Heffer (Calf) and associates Jamie (Brown) and Bill (Robertson), and Alice is raped.

Refusing to report the incident to the police, Alice and Adam stagger back to their old lives, bearing the emotional and physical scars of their ordealThe pain cuts deep until Alice discovers, by chance, that Heffer and his daughter Sophie (Fowler) live close to her late father.

The opportunity for revenge is irresistible.

Straightheads loses the plot - and our attention - when Alice and Adam hatch their devious plan to bug Heffer's farmhouse and then stalk their attackers.

The more desperate their actions, the greater our incredulity, even with bullish performances from Anderson and Dyer, the latter playing to type as the wide boy out of his depth.

Scenes of violence are punishing and ultimately gratuitous, shot close-up so there is no escape from the characters' suffering.

The Bible speaks of an eye for an eye. Reed's unpleasant film takes the notion to the stomach-churning extreme.

Released: April 27 (UK & Ireland).


Ok...donc apparemment la violence y est gratuite. Le point positif, c'est que la performance de Gillian n'est pas critiquée, c'est toujours ça...
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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Mar 24 Avr - 16:28:31

oula Clem, j'en ai une floppée comme ça!! lol

Attention, spoiler!

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23 April, 2007

"Rape, revenge and a naked Gillian Anderson"

By Stewart Who?
GAY.COM

"Any film starring Danny Dyer was bound to catch the eye, as for many gay men, he is the ultimate rough trade, drug-gobbling, pseudo-rent boy du jour. Unfortunately, Straightheads will only appeal to the most avid Dyer aficionados, as the film’s a bit of mess and he’s neither especially sexy nor particularly impressive in this gory flick from Film4 and the UK Film Council.

Pitched as a ‘dark and intensely disturbing horror/thriller’, Straightheads concerns a high-flying city beauty, played by Gillian Anderson who hooks up with a tradesman (Dyer) who’s installing CCTV in her home.

She invites him to a lavish party in the country and after much tense flirting, they wind up having a frantic fuck against a tree. It has to be said, Anderson is not only incredibly hot, but turns out a decent performance in spite of a constantly halting and often implausible script.

As the couple are driving back to the city they knock down a deer and manage to wind up some local bumpkins who decide to teach the flashy townies a lesson. What follows is a celluloid cocktail of Deliverance, I Spit on Your Grave, Straw Dogs and the Hills Have Eyes.

Dyer gets viciously beaten, Anderson is brutally raped. Both scenes are highly unpleasant to watch. Following the incident, she keeps the rape quiet, the police fail to catch the perpetrators and she begins to plot revenge as they recover from the trauma of the attack.

Obviously, we’re not on new territory here. The list of films which seem to endorse violence as a redemptive act, especially following rape, is quite lengthy. The question is, why make another one?

It seemed at one point that Straightheads was breaking tradition by creating an anti-hero in Adam (Dyer). For most of the film, he’s portrayed as an emasculated spliff head who’s emotionally weak and resistant to the lure of revenge. Alice (Anderson) on the other hand is determined, somewhat cold and pragmatically disciplined, being both a City slicker and the daughter of a recently deceased army major.

Following a number of unlikely plot twists, Alice finally gets to wreak revenge on her attacker. She does this by gaffer taping him to a kitchen table before ferociously fucking him with the barrel of a rifle. Satiated by this wince-inducing orgy of gun buggery, Alice staggers away, pleading with Adam to call it a day. He then suddenly finds his inner-Rambo and proceeds to stab the rifle-rogered rapist in the eye with a knife. It makes a horrid squelching noise. Come to think of it, so does the gun-fuck. It’s all very nasty and quite unnecessary.

Adam becomes deliriously high on violence and proceeds to gun down the rapist’s mates. It’s all quite pointless and it’s hard not to wonder who the film is aimed at, and what their trying to achieve. Perhaps it will appeal to disaffected teenage boys, who’ll enjoy leering at the stunning Anderson and perhaps identify with the skunk smoking Dyer. It certainly ain’t a date movie.

Fear of anal penetration seems to obsess teenage heterosexual boys, so the rifle scene will give them something to talk about at school: “Man, when that bird offa X-Files fucked dat geezer wid da shooter, it was nuff sick, innit?”

Quite frankly, if you fancy seeing somebody shafted by a gun, there’s gay army porn out there that’s far more enjoyable than this grim flick…but if you fancy seeing Gillian Anderson naked, this is her nude debut. Unfortunately, we don’t get to see Dyer’s dick, which by all accounts, it quite the piece. Have a look on X-Tube….

Straightheads is released on 27th April certificate 18"

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Straightheads Review

80 minutes, UK (2007), 18

A one night stand ends in savage and inexplicable violence in this bleak revenge drama starring Gillian Anderson and Danny Dyer

Is Danny Dyer cornering the market in exploitational vengeance? No sooner has Nick Love's Outlaw exited cinemas than its Cockney star is back with another eye-for-an-eye thriller, this time as Adam, a security alarm installer who lives to regret accepting a new client's offer of a night in the country.

Since his client is Alice (Anderson), the kind of sleek older woman that no red-blooded male could possibly turn down, Adam's willingness to escort her to a lavish corporate party with sex to follow is understandable. But when their drive home ends with her being gang raped and him beaten to a pulp by a pack of rustic straw dogs, it's not long before their thoughts turn to payback.

Partly inspired by witnessing an attempted rape in 2001 and the daily horrors he saw in his days as a BBC and Channel 4 documentarian, this first dramatic feature from writer-director Dan Reed is a much more thoughtful and sombre film than Love's was. Unfortunately it's just as literal, the piratical patch Dyer sports over his damaged eye serving as a crunchingly unsubtle metaphor for his desire for retribution.

Verdict

Any point Dan Reed hopes to make about crime and punishment is rendered null and void by his lurid sensationalism and juvenile eagerness to shock.


Straightheads review by:

* Neil Smith

http://www.channel4.com/apps26/film/reviews/film.jsp?id=161076

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Sight and Sound

May 2007

Review by Anna Smith

Driving home from a party, post-coital young Adam says to his glamorous new companion Alice, “I think I might be having the best night of my life.” It’s a clear cue that everything’s about to go wrong in Straightheads, a thriller that shifts from erotic to horrific when the pair are viciously attacked by three men off a country road. Sexuality and trauma swiftly become the film’s key themes, opening up an often fascinating exploration of the psychology of the victim.

Physically and psychologically scarred by the night’s events, Adam is rendered impotent; he can’t even pleasure himself, and only finds an outlet for his frustrated sexuality when he encounters someone weaker than himself. Here, the abused is beginning to become the abuser. Alice subtly uses her sexuality to control others but after being sexually humiliated in the attack, uses violence to gain power. She too employs the aggressive methods and even the gender traits of her attackers. As in female-empowerment drama, Thelma and Louise, Alice adopts an increasing number of male accessories throughout the film. Swapping her high heels and a leather skirt for jeans and a bodywarmer, she inherits her soldier father’s gun and stalks the countryside looking for revenge, ultimately using the gun for explicit phallic purposes – to faintly ridiculous effect.

There’s more intentional comedy in the reversal of traditional gender roles: dominant Alice calmly orders Adam to retrieve the body of a dog she’s just shot, a job he can’t complete without panicking and sobbing uncontrollably. As Adam, naturally comic Danny Dyer plays such moments well, also conveying trauma and shock effectively, though his delivery is less convincing during serious dialogue. Gillian Anderson’s controlled yet vulnerable performance as Alice stands out and editing gives her character plenty of room to breathe. Scenes with peripheral characters are brief and exposition is handled swiftly and efficiently. There are some unanswered questions – the relationship between Alice and her wheelchair-bound boss is ambiguous but his apparently unrequited feelings imply that Alice may prefer a virile man less “tarnished” by disabling experience. Ironically, she is landed with an impotent, damaged lover after the attack but then she too has changed: she and Adam are joined together by trauma and their enforced intimacy helps the film evolve.

Plot development is less successful than characterization: once Alice’s revenge plans have been established, the story loses the power to really surprise. Nevertheless, debut feature director Dan Reed creates a seductive, chilling atmosphere with the help of Chris Seager’s confident cinematography, using both surveillance footage and the character POVs to build on the theme of voyeurism. Peeping Tom Adam watches Alice undress though the surveillance he has set up and she later challenges him and regains control by urinating in front of him when he was hoping for sex. (“Are you watching me?”, she asks, almost as if issuing an invitation.) Such startling, darkly comic moments, help give Straightheads a sense of originality – regardless of its debt to the likes of Straw Dogs – and render it an arresting watch, despite its flaws.


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Twisted is the best way to describe Straightheads, a low-budget British revenge thriller from up-and-coming writer/director Dan Reed. Gillian Anderson and Danny Dyer star in what is essentially an excuse to wallow in nasty sex and even nastier violence - and sometimes both simultaneously. There are occasional stabs at something approaching a thoughtful analysis of the human condition, but by the time the curtain falls, you'll most likely be left feeling violated.

Anderson's turn as city slicker Alice is the highlight, although neither character inspires empathy. She coolly gives Adam (Dyer doing his 'cockney geezer' bit) an eyeful of her best assets on the CCTV he's just installed for her, and then invites him to a shindig in the country. But a quick roll in the hay leads to a shattering encounter with a gang of vicious thugs. After a harrowing rape scene, Anderson introduces a new vulnerability to Alice whilst also sharpening that steely edge. She's bent on revenge and Adam, driven by guilt, agrees to help.

"EXPLOITATIVE AND DEPRESSING"

An interesting reversal of roles ensues, with Alice losing her taste for violence as Adam is increasingly turned on by it. The tension plays out in a few memorable sequences, like Adam's reaction to watching Alice on CCTV as she searches the house of their prime suspect. But Reed perhaps shares too much common ground with Adam. His fascination with sordid acts and the dingy depths of the corrupted soul overwhelm the screen. Overall, the action feels exploitative and depressing, with only a few late concessions to the nobler (feminine) side of the human spirit. An uncommonly brutal dissection of mankind.

Straighheads is released in UK cinemas on Friday 27th April 2007.



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One in the eye for the yokels... and us
ALASTAIR MCKAY

STRAIGHTHEADS (18) **
Director: Dan Reed
Running time: 80 minutes

STRAIGHTHEADS, apparently, is a term used by villains for those who have never been involved in a criminal activity. On the basis of this ugly effort, writer-director Dan Reed may rest assured that he no longer qualifies.

The one thing in its favour is Gillian Anderson (ex of the X-Files), whose performance is several leagues above the material, and on a different planet from co-star Danny Dyer, who has the air of a man who chose the wrong door on the way to play a villain on The Bill.

Anderson is Alice, a successful businesswoman, who hires Adam (Dyer, below) to fit a security system to her London penthouse.

While he is there, she invites him to stay while she showers, confident that he will watch her on the CCTV. He does, so she rewards him by inviting him to accompany her to a party at a country house where the female guests amuse themselves by cavorting naked in the pool. Adam, a simple lad with simple thoughts, is excited to find himself in a male fantasy world, and thus can be excused his high spirits which cause him to shout abuse at the occupants of a Land Rover on a dark country road.

Unfortunately, the country folk in the Land Rover are crazed psychopaths who respond by thumping him until his eye falls out, and raping Alice, who decides that calling the police would be too embarrassing. Better, by far, to look out your father's old gun ("He was a soldier. He didn't believe in turning the other cheek.") and stalk your attackers as if they are stags, first shooting their dog, and then laying siege to their cottage with predictably misanthropic results. The half-blind Adam trumps Alice's Biblical imagery, with "an eye for an eye", but Straightheads is a film in which the moral compass is continually distracted by the magnetism, to the director, of violence. The action labours towards a point about voyeurism, implying that cinemagoers are complicit in the horror they have just witnessed. In which case, it would be better not to look.

http://living.scotsman.com/film.cfm?id=616312007


En conclusion : le film est pourri, le réalisateur se prend pour un Dieu, Danny n'est pas là pour rattraper les choses, Gillian ça va! lol A part 1 ou 2 review pas trop sympa avec Gillian, en général, soit ils n'en parlent pas (de sa prestation) soient ils disent qu'elle est le seul poit positif, la seule raison d'aller voir le film! lol *ouff*
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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Mar 24 Avr - 16:34:45

Lol, celle de Gay.com, je l'avais lue aussi. M'avait fait rire .
Par contre les autres je crois pas, ou alors mon inconscient les a effacées Suspect donc merci !
En fait le plus dur à trouver, ça va être les bonnes reviews...
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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Mar 24 Avr - 16:38:17

bah en fait c'est trop con parce que tu vois, Dan aurait gardé les passages sur le relation entre Alice et son père et l'explication du tatouage, le côté psychologique aurait été bien plus étudié, le film aurait duré plus longtemps et le tout aurait reçu de trop bonnes reviews. Conclusion : si Verves et Lumina Film avaient donné plus de fric pour le budget, on aurait eu un film du tonnerre et des putains de reviews et des compliments à la pelle pour Gillian. Je suis deg... vive les montages à 2 balles! No
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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Jeu 26 Avr - 23:31:55

Désolée poru le double post mais une review comme ça mériterait son propre post!! lol Trop gentils avec Gillian, trop vrais et... purée trop hâte d'être à samedi 15h!! lol!

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New review of Straightheads. You´re going to love this!
http://www.gilliananderson.ws/news/i...ypVZVpbPuUtImh

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"Straightheads opens tomorrow (27 April) in the UK
Posted at 9:42 AM (PDT) on Thursday, April 26, 2007


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Review by Matthew Turner

Three out of Five stars

The violence may be too strong for some but this is worth seeing for a terrific performance by Gillian Anderson.

The Good

Gillian Anderson is terrific as Alice, giving a performance that is by turns sexy (the nudity and sex scenes are surprisingly well handled), heartbreaking and terrifying. We can sense the anger boiling within her, but that still doesn't prepare you for the shocking violence she is capable of. Dyer is good too, dialling down the Cockney wide-boy act and trailing in Anderson's wake like a helpless puppy.

In addition, there's suitably creepy support from Ralph Brown, Anthony Calf and Steven Robertson as the three attackers, even if it seems somewhat implausible that the police were unable to find them.

The Bad

The film's biggest problem is that it tries to justify the horror of the revenge by showing you the initial attack not once, but twice, the second time in unnecessary detail. By doing so, it tips too far into exploitative territory and lessens the impact of the point it's trying to make.

On top of that, there's an uncomfortable air of adolescent male fantasy to the violent climax that doesn't quite convince. That said, as Danny Dyer revenge thrillers go, this is a lot better than Outlaw.

Worth seeing?

In short, if you can handle the shocking violence, then this a promising directorial debut that is definitely worth seeing for Anderson's performance."
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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Jeu 26 Avr - 23:32:42

surtout dimanche 11h apres avoir bien dormi... mon dieu les pauvres..LOL
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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Jeu 26 Avr - 23:35:33

trop fort, faut pas prendre de petit dej avant d'aller revoir le film Dimanche!! lol
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MessageSujet: Re: Reviews humhum   Jeu 26 Avr - 23:42:51

AAh ben il fallait pas désespérer Laughing .
Bon, c'est mitigé mais c'est pas grave.
Merci Polly !
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