In Bruges Reviews
At some point in time, Colin and Ralph were my two ultimate crushes. Now that I had that out of the way, In Bruges was a rather fun dark comedy, with the really scenic Bruges as the backdrop. The premise and character development were simple and easy enough to grasp, making me all the more undistracted while watching it.
His partner calls his boss Harry who comes to Bruges to kill him for "honor". However, Collin gets arrested on the train and send back to Bruges.
In the final climax sequence, Harry and the partner go up the bell tower and the partner decides not to fight anymore. Harry feels bad and decides not to kill him, but shoots him in the leg instead. As they are going down the bell tower, the skinhead boyfriend who Collin blinded runs up to tell them Collin in back in town. After which Harry scuffles with the partner and shoots him in the neck. The partner drags himself back up the bell tower intending on shooting Harry. However, there is too much fog, so he jumps from the belltower to warn Collin that Harry is coming.
There's a chase sequence that ends in Collin getting shot and ultimately Harry shoots through Collin and blows the midgets head off. Because the midget was dressed as a boy, Harry believes he killed a little boy and kills himself. The movie ends with Colin getting medical attention in an ambulance. It is unclear wether he survives.