Outlaw [Film]

#1
Anyone seen this yet? Hired it the other night, had Sean Bean playing a para teaming up with a few other random guys and killing off the yob's and druggies that are ruining this country (ironic), Wasn't half bad either.
 
#2
The film was ok, but I felt It was rushed. I'm a fan of Nick Love who directed, Football Factory/Business, but something was lacking out of this one.

Seemed like to much was going on too quick and they just needed to slow the plot down.
 
#4
Got to agree with Mag_to_grid on that,
loved The Football Factory & The Business but this was absolute shite, he must have knocked the script up in his lunch hour, Sean Bean must've been thinking "the f**k am I doing here" and Bob Hoskins must be short on the readies to do this.
 
#5
Outlaw was utter rubbish. I was gobsmacked that it had been allowed to be viewed by the general public. If I'd paid to have seen it, I would've been fuming.

Dead Man's Shoes, however, is the cats knackers.
 
#8
It was utter toilet. Shame, because you read the script and think a bunch of outlaw's running round killing off the yobs and chavs would be quality.
 
#10
Is it me or is Danny Dyer the same in every film he's in.....professional cheeky cockney geezer, he more wooden than the Black forest
 
#12
Saw it tonight on cable, it actually started quite well but went downhill very quickly.

I have a couple of ideas: Midsomer Vigilantes or Miss Marple Baseball-Bats. Quaint English village, the local rapscallions are getting uppity, the WI decides to do something about it...
 

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