Like It Is

Like It Is

A young, bare-knuckle boxer Craig (played by real-life boxer Steve Bell) moves from Blackpool to London, where he falls for a twenty-something music producer, Matt. Trouble ensues when shy, awkward Craig tries squeezing into Matt's glib lifestyle and Matt's scheming boss (played by Roger Daltrey) tries to break up the couple.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1998
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:boat,   fight,   dancing,  

A tough young boxer struggles to come out in England. Having travelled to London, from his smaller town, he meets and falls for a twenty-something music producer. But love doesn't come easy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Omar A (ru) wrote: Horrible. This is Jennifer Lawrence at her worst.

Shane D (jp) wrote: The opening sequence of this film is simply brilliant and has stayed with me for years. It's compelling stuff. Daniel Craig is interesting in this, mainly because he is not near as muscle bound as his Bond alter-ego for which he will eventually be type cast. It ranks as a great view overall and whether intentional or not, the score for this film seems to derive from a Bernard Hermann score in a Hitchcock film. Which is perfect really as the film itself is very Hitchcock-esque. Rhys Ifans is fantastically creepy too. Great solid thriller. One to recommend to people who are looking for an intense cinematic fix.

Tristan A (au) wrote: At the end of this one, you might think "what?" and have to watch it again. I really watched this for the first time coz of Carly Pope and Adrian Paul. I love it, but definately one of those movies you have to wait again to watch coz you just can't watch it over again.

Roberto B (nl) wrote: It was shot beautifully and the music was pleasant and you could see that it was directed well, however I have a few problems with this film. Firstly If you hear somebody waking you up in a middle of an empty airport, your first reaction wouldn't be to simply listen to them. You would feel nervous and unsettled especially, if somebody is talking to you about a crazy story. Secondly, if you open the door to a neighbour across the hall (whom you have met for the first time) you certainly and definitely wouldn't answer the door in a towel. I just feel that aspects like this could of certainly been avoided. Funny at times and the story wasn't too bad, just feel some things could of been avoided that could of made rhe movie so much better. it gets better mid-way and the end was pleassnt

Leo P (au) wrote: I enjoyed the movie very much. Cool movie!