Just Another Sex and The City/Die Hard Ripoff.
I really enjoyed this film! I liked the way it told the story in 4 different halves and then in the end it all came together! Love Emma Roberts!!!!
Critics for the most part panned 184.108.40.206, but I enjoyed it. Maybe it's just a weakness for British Gangster films, but I honestly thought it was quite good. It's hardly Guy Ritchie-esque in its complexity, but it does fit into the "worth watching" category.
No one actor is really given a chance to stand out, although Noel Clarke did imposing very well (compared to Mickey SMith at least). There's a couple of slight challenges to some pretty standard sexist tropes, but it essentially slots into a rather stereotypical female-led action movie, with a lot of Skins thrown into the actual plot. The split story-lines may not be completely original, but at least it's not worn out, and they're done in a capable way.
"220.127.116.11" is a flashy, superficial, contrived and convoluted movie that tries to stuff in too much story and cameos to the detriment of any kind of heart, making it with its interlocking stories nothing more substantial than a substandard series of "Skins" episodes, minus all the drugs.(I'm still not sure how the diamonds fit in, by the way.) Shannon's story is supposed to be touching but she just comes off as needy and pathetic. Cassandra's story is just sort of icky. Kerrys does little of interest. Well, at least the movie saves the best for last as Emma Roberts makes the best of a bad situation while delivering a key speech with gusto, just before the movie remembers that it was supposed to be about female friendship in the first place.