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Critic Reviews for Shank
There are a fair few good ideas in Shank -- a nicely-staged market scene featuring Colin Salmon and an animated fight scene being two -- but they don't come together into anything that even looks halfway like a movie.
The risible script is incoherent, the dialogue frequently unintelligible and the story is nothing new.
Just when you thought grimy gang drama had run out of steam, along comes this dystopian variation, set in a recession-ravaged London 2015.
The film becomes a pummelling succession of indulgent flourishes that serve no narrative purpose.
With its jarring slang, reckless narrative and offbeat imagery, it's as close to being A Clockwork Orange for the Broken Britain generation as we have. It's up to you to decide whether that's a good thing or not.
Audience Reviews for Shank
There's not a lot of love out there for Shank, but I for one quite enjoyed it. I understand it won't be for everyone, and I do come into it with a bit of a bias, but the only way you'll know for sure if you can appreciate Shank (and decipher its various UK accents) is to watch it for yourself.
"Everything about this film is mediocre. The acting, script, and directing. I could barely understand what some of the dialogue was. I even had the captions on and it said inaudible. So it wasn't just me. That's about all I gotta say about this flick."
77% -Will do crime for food- I could have done without the dream and video game sequences and shit talking got old very quikly. The hip hop/tech soundtrack was bad ass. The paper chasin' moral of the story is for shite. -No more eating for you now-
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