Loved Up

Loved Up

Tells the story of a girl who, while working in a London cafe, meets a "raver" who introduces her to the drug Ecstasy and the whole British drugs scene. The girl falls in love with the raver, played splendidly by Ian Hart, but - when fired from her cafe job - she becomes involved with the seedier world of dealing.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:70 minutes
  • Release:1995
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:drugs,  

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Michael M (de) wrote: It starts off so promising but as the movie continues you start to have less and less interest in finding out how it all turns out. The "big reveal" at the end is actually better then the movie itself but all in all, this was disappointing.

Thomas P (us) wrote: A slyly humorous, potent, 70s crime caper dramedy of a swindling couple who meet, pool their skills, get caught, and in their retribution of helping the police find themselves in way over their heads.Pitch perfect performances - a true character study with just the right amount of style, humor, and insight into these lives that you get amped up with them as their situation starts spinning out of control.Bale, Adams, Cooper and Lawrence are marvels of poignancy and sly hilarity.Director O'Russell brings it all together with quirk and authenticity, and a deep, true joy.Despite the bad language, I loved this movie. From the first few minutes, I had a feeling this was going to be good.Enjoy..5 of 5 polyester tuxes

Lanky Man P (de) wrote: Maybe I should have gotten stoned to watched this cause it was just boring. Weird huh?

Edward R (it) wrote: Worse thing to ever come out of Puerto Rico sin reggaeton.

Amelia M (ru) wrote: Classic tightly written stage play stuff.

Kent G (gb) wrote: This is an artifact, without any true context left. However, this is a great documentary that gives you a feel for graffiti culture in the 80's. Skeme and his mother are the best part, and watch the interview on disc two.