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The only real response to a thuddingly unfunny vigilante satire like "May I Kill U" is, "Well, I hope that filmmaker got something out of his system."
Urban's stab at black-comedy satire is hobbled by the obviousness of his characters.
Competently directed, if incompetently written, it's hard to discern its point - but if that included making you laugh, it indisputably failed.
A pitch-black sense of humour provides some strong laughs in this satirical British thriller, but the undercooked script never manages to hold onto our interest.
It's funny, sharp and ruthless.
There's little actual humour in May I Kill U?, just a grim view of police-work, deprivation, social media and modern life generally.
There may well be a worse film released this year than this unwatchable British black comedy, although it sets a terrifyingly low benchmark.
A tacky, low-budget film that is as blunt and obvious as the instruments Baz uses on his victims.
The joke barely lasts the film's short running time ...
A dumb farce which is neither funny or scary.
A spoof of right-wing reactionary politics that feels better suited to television than cinema.
It's one of those British indie films that come nowhere near the standard of the most ordinary telly drama.
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