Ray is an aging ex-socialist who has become a bankrobber after seeing the demise of socialism in 1980s Britain. Teaming up with a gang of other has-beenish crims, he commits one bank job too many. The gang dissolves in a murderous flurry of recriminations.
- Stars:Robert Carlyle, Ray Winstone, Steve Sweeney, Gerry Conlon, Leon Black, David Boateng, Lena Headey, Eddie Nestor, Steven Waddington, Christine Tremarco, Andrew Tiernan, Sue Johnston, Damon Albarn, Philip Davis, Hazel Douglas,
- Director:Antonia Bird,
- Writer:Ronan Bennett (screenplay)
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(br) wrote: For all the predictable moments it offered, it was the unpredictable twists and events that made this horror somewhat good in its own right. It doesn't shake off its amateurish feel but more with a psychological grip such as this would be more than welcome.
(au) wrote: This is one of those films that you know damn well that it's straight-up stupid ass hell, but you can't help but to admit that it's a chill movie that helps you destroy your bad moods.
(de) wrote: Clarence Fok's Special ID lacks anything special.With only 95 minutes of screen time to showcase, the story, while complete, suffers from unrefined storytelling. Some of the characters don't have much explanation and the plot details come and go rather quickly; however, the film makes good use with its insertion of action.The fight pieces are made up of nicely choreographed martial arts brawls. The hits are intense and the stunt work is displayed at opportune moments. The car chase also contains a few moments of delight.Donnie Yen provides some amusement as the lead, but it's the fights that are most welcome. The lovely Tian Jing finds herself with a worthwhile character. Andy On is a good counterpart for Donnie, while Collin Chou is completely underused.Special ID has its share of moments and all in all is a watchable modern day action film.
(nl) wrote: Aaah, the things you watch when you're avoiding homework...Really quite fascinating!
(nl) wrote: Harmless enough viewing - a good cast in a Christmas movie that follows the paths of several characters as they try to navigate Christmas Eve all by their lonesome for different reasons: divorcee Susan Sarandon's mother is hospitalized with Alzheimers while Robin Williams appears out of nowhere with an otherworldly message; cop Paul Walker and fiancee Penelope Cruz are having a fight while waiter Alan Arkin makes some weird allegations about him; and Marcus Thomas feels it would be good to spend Christmas in a hospital. Although, some of these people have serious emotional problems, the film sugarcoats them with mawkish sentimentality and then proceeds to resolve everything with miracles aimed at eliciting moist eyes. It's all mildly watchable, but cynics should probably steer clear.
(us) wrote: The interesting dynamic of a boss & a workaholic assistant.
(us) wrote: Excellent realism and representation of an era, Rosi's movie keeps up a whole era by the depiction of the Sicilian reality after the Nazis left the island.
(nl) wrote: waste of time movie dislike
(ru) wrote: This movie is a slow and creepy ride to crazytown.
(jp) wrote: Solid giallo that provides many twists and turns inlcuding the final revelation that truly proves disturbing. Fans of giallo should give it a try.