My Name Is Lenny

My Name Is Lenny

The life story of one of Britain's most notorious bare-knuckle fighters, Lenny McLean, also known as "the Guv'nor."

The movie tells the life story of one of Britain's most notorious bare-knuckle fighters, Lenny McLean, also known as "the Guv'nor." Set in 1978, it charts his three fight rivalry with boxer Roy Shaw. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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De A (gb) wrote: One star for Zoe Saldana and another for Sienna Miller. They tried but it wasnt enough to keep this from being one of the most boring movies I've ever seen.??

michelle w (br) wrote: absoulltely phenomenal and stunning film. Wes Anderson is an artistic genius in film

Christina E (de) wrote: Originally, I was going to give it two and a half stars. Then I saw the ending, it was a complete cop out. I think the filmmakers conversation went a little like this: Director, "We need a way to end this thing without it costing us a lot of money." Writer, "Well, we could always put in a cliche ending. It will be a complete surprise to the audience because it doesn't fit with the story."

Frit B (br) wrote: Strange and uneven. Wants to be film noir but does not achieve it. Fonda's pretty and Crowe does a nice New Yawk accent tho.

Mohanraj N (ru) wrote: Side Out is a 1990 film about beach volleyball competition, featuring C. Thomas Howell, Peter Horton and Courtney Thorne-Smith.

Brian P (gb) wrote: Surreal and psychedelic with its philantropic idealism, an animation worthy of its epic appraisals.

Michael B (us) wrote: A true 70's exploitation movie. Bad and at times campy acting, uneven tempo and strangely great fun. Really out-there ending... Oh yeah, and the boy is really creepy.

Matt C (jp) wrote: hilarity my man, hilarity

Matt L (us) wrote: As the blurb states, this is a technical masterpiece. Still to this day I am floored by the scene of the baby carriage rolling down the stairs. This film is a marvel.

Chip M (it) wrote: More of a psychological thriller than a crime-drama, watch Larry Dimmick (A.K.A. Mr. White) dig himself a deeper and deeper hole due to his intense gambling, drug, and sex addictions. Just this character study alone is enough to keep you entertained and help you get through the more graphic and disturbing scenes in the film.Seriously though, Harvey acts the exact same way as he does in Resevoir Dogs.

Ashley M (nl) wrote: Absolutely LOVE the book, absolutely hated the movie :(

Jos C (de) wrote: Divertida, comica. Buena forma de cerrar la saga