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I May Destroy You
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real tough deep film, this is real life stuff, all this other inception crap is flashy action sci-fi's which are fun but just not real like this film
I watched this on Netflix stream, not really knowing what to expect. A couple of actors in it appealed to me (Ken Stott, Dominic Monaghan) so I stuck with it. It does start a little slow, but ends up being quite a nice British caper in the end. Stott reminds me alot of Michael Caine, but a little warmer.
AMAZING! The cast was amazing. Dom as always rock.
a british leon the professional. good script. camera work nothing to write home about but entertaining.
Not what I had expected from the usually excellent British con man movies. Could've been much better if the characters had any depth. Tamer Hassan was good, the rest of the cast mostly average.
Looked absolutely boring
Ken Stott's performance is suprisingly touching, but overall the twists while being a bit shocking are not being played to full potential to exert suspense and drama, poor build up mainly.
Good message, good characters, good drama, just wasn't that effecting.
Half decent british con man film. Some good acting makes up for the weak script. This film was definitely made for late night cable TV on a Tuesday night - only watch it of you're very bored.
sex, drugs, rock and roll! ... and merry acting like a plank!