Dead Fish Reviews

  • Aug 11, 2014

    What a waste of talent.

    What a waste of talent.

  • Feb 22, 2014

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  • Jun 09, 2013

    Hah! Actually kinda loved this weird movie :)

    Hah! Actually kinda loved this weird movie :)

  • Mar 31, 2013

    Odd little film in which the absurdity and crime drama elements never quite gel. However, the enjoyable performances will carry one through.

    Odd little film in which the absurdity and crime drama elements never quite gel. However, the enjoyable performances will carry one through.

  • Mar 04, 2013

    Entertaining film with a good combination of comedy and drama with a little dash of romance--Charlie Stadler is no Guy Richie, but this film is not a flop!!

    Entertaining film with a good combination of comedy and drama with a little dash of romance--Charlie Stadler is no Guy Richie, but this film is not a flop!!

  • Mar 03, 2013

    Its well acted and pretty funny.

    Its well acted and pretty funny.

  • Feb 07, 2013

    Caper/thriller set in London revolving around Abe, a young locksmith that has switched mobile phones with a very busy hit man. Abe and his stoner friend Salvador travel through the city escaping from the contract killer and from the organization that employs him. Adding pressure to the situation is their angered moneylender, Danny Devine, and Abe's disappointed wife, Mimi. Abe deals with increasingly more challenging situations during this one single day that he will never forget. There is quite a lot of violence but it is comic, almost cartoon like. It is a dynamic film with continuous changes of locations and landscapes in an always evolving story. It is a shame that the plot is a bit confusing in places and the twists and turns are not always easy to follow, but it is entertaining and fun, so you might not mind very much. It is a film for the boys, lots of adrenaline and high speed scenes seasoned with a dark sense of humour.

    Caper/thriller set in London revolving around Abe, a young locksmith that has switched mobile phones with a very busy hit man. Abe and his stoner friend Salvador travel through the city escaping from the contract killer and from the organization that employs him. Adding pressure to the situation is their angered moneylender, Danny Devine, and Abe's disappointed wife, Mimi. Abe deals with increasingly more challenging situations during this one single day that he will never forget. There is quite a lot of violence but it is comic, almost cartoon like. It is a dynamic film with continuous changes of locations and landscapes in an always evolving story. It is a shame that the plot is a bit confusing in places and the twists and turns are not always easy to follow, but it is entertaining and fun, so you might not mind very much. It is a film for the boys, lots of adrenaline and high speed scenes seasoned with a dark sense of humour.

  • Jan 24, 2013

    one of those random movies that is epic. It's random and catchy. This isn't a movie for everyone.... loved it though. AND IT'SSS LOVEEEEEEEE

    one of those random movies that is epic. It's random and catchy. This isn't a movie for everyone.... loved it though. AND IT'SSS LOVEEEEEEEE

  • Jan 01, 2013

    Disjointed movie with no clear purpose that swings into and out of surrealism without warning, but it lets a great cast riff on a string of interesting characters. My family and I never grew bored, and we laughed a lot.

    Disjointed movie with no clear purpose that swings into and out of surrealism without warning, but it lets a great cast riff on a string of interesting characters. My family and I never grew bored, and we laughed a lot.

  • Dec 05, 2012

    Wants to be in the same league of Lock stock & two smoking barrels and Snatch but it fails miserably, Not even Carlyle & Oldman could save it

    Wants to be in the same league of Lock stock & two smoking barrels and Snatch but it fails miserably, Not even Carlyle & Oldman could save it