On the Wirral in the grim early years of Margaret Thatcher's premiership, the opportunities for thrill seeking young men looking to escape 9 to 5 drudgery are what they've always been: sex, drugs, rock n' roll, fashion, football and fighting.
- Stars:Nicky Bell, Liam Boyle, Stephen Graham, Oliver Lee, Lee Battle, Michael Ryan, Sean Ward, Anthony Borrows, David Barlow, Elliot Hughes, Holliday Grainger, Ian Puleston-Davies, Ged McKenna, Lianne Sorsa, Dannielle Malone,
- Director:Pat Holden,
- Writer:Kevin Sampson
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(us) wrote: This movie is murder on your ears. You have to turn your volume all the way up just to hear them mumble and get your eardrums destroyed by the sound effects. The acting is bad again from Bob Dennis and his friends. Awful story. Awful dialogue, if you can hear it.
(it) wrote: I happen to found this movie by accident online. I love the story, the passion, and the ending. I have enough of sad endings. It's almost like they're equating being gay with tragedy/sadness. finally a light hearted movie that I enjoy watching.Hope you guys can watch it.
(kr) wrote: Loved Nicole Parker and Jones/Duncan's presence but still just too many stupid jokes.
(ru) wrote: There are some fun facts, Billy Connolly is funny as always and the cartoons are hilarious, but it's floating head interview-only style and it's over-long running time get the best of it.
(ag) wrote: thank god De Niro was in this movie or expect 0%
(mx) wrote: Definitely one of the better party movies I have seen. It came highly recommended and didn't disappoint. It had a Trainspotting feel to it with a splash of Clerks, very independent, very 1990s, very British. I really enjoyed it and would recommend it. Funny side note, as I was watching it I kept seeing this actor that looked familiar and finally I said to myself, "Is that Andrew Lincoln?" It was, it was fun to see Rick Grimes himself as a young British raver.
(ag) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.
(de) wrote: need to see all the carry on films still.
(br) wrote: 88/100. A simple film, it doesn't have a big budget, no big names involved. And it shows what you can do with brilliant character development, superb writing and a director who knows how to use it. It's a powerful story, just as poignant today as it was in 1956, and just as pertinent. The acting is excellent, from everyone. Van Heflin is well cast, Ed Begley is fantastic, Beatrice Straight and George Macready as well, but it's Elizabeth Wilson as the secretary that gives the best performance in the film. She is real and fully convincing. You get so involved with the characters and you care about them. The pacing is perfect. A superb study of people, morals and relationships. It's not a film you can easily forget.
(br) wrote: Britians first animated film is an impressively dark allegory for the endless loop between freedom and oppression. Though it relies heavily on voice over, it earns points from being drastically different from the Disney model.
(au) wrote: i simply LOVE clark gable's movies, he's so handsome and such a great actor that was never really enjoyed like he should have been. this movie was a sweet movie with nice special effects :)
(ca) wrote: The final scene was my favorite.