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In Bruges

2008
Comedy
Drama
1h 47m
Guilt-stricken after a job gone wrong, hitman Ray and his partner await orders from their ruthless boss in Bruges, Belgium, the last place in the world Ray wants to be.
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In Bruges

2008
Comedy
Drama
1h 47m
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Rated 12 Oct 2008
95
98th
This movie is so great! It's funny, dark and entertaining. The cast is perfect, loved Fiennes and especially Farrell. Definitely going to watch this more often.
Rated 03 Jul 2008
75
90th
Farrel as a good casting came quiet unexpected. As for the movie it has grace rarely seen these days. Not only the use of scenery and existential chatter, but also the way dialogueless moments are weaved into mood of the characters benefits from that.
Rated 18 May 2008
8
82nd
This is one of the most well written movies that has come out as of late. Everyone is good but Fiennes steals every seen he is in. Farrell is finally showing light to his "best actor of his generation" status that Pacino dubbed him as.
Rated 09 May 2008
9
90th
McDonagh's script seems like something Tarantino would have written: it's fresh, funny and exhilarating. In Bruges mixes dark humor with unexpected pathos to great effect. Big surprise for me.
Rated 17 Sep 2008
4
74th
An extremely on-point mix of action, comedy, and tragedy, never missing a step or taking too many in one direction. It's structured very cleanly, ranging from hilarious to meditative without ever risking swiftness and efficiency. The script is sharp, supported by a wonderful performance from Gleeson, a hilarious one from Fiennes, and a surprising one from Farrell. A highly recommendable good time.
Rated 14 Nov 2008
95
99th
Excellent British gangster action-thriller. While the film is structured in an unusal way, it makes for some great sequences and some tense moments intersperced by some surreal dark comedy and plenty of profanities. Parts are all played excellently, notably by Farrell, Gleeson and Fiennes. Generally the film just comes together well and has the kind of gritty feel that you'd expect in any kind of city underworld, surprising as wouldn't expect there to be so much overspill in the historic Bruges.
Rated 23 Jan 2009
95
96th
I went in expecting an uproarious comedy, and while the film certainly is hilarious, it was the dramatic underside that resonated with me most. For a debut film, it's remarkable. The performances are all fantastic, especially Farrell, who finally takes a leading role and knocks it out of the park. They are all aided by McDonagh's sharp, witty script, which elicits laughter and sadness simultaneously like few films are able to. The visual style is impressive, and Bruges itself is a scene-stealer.
Rated 25 Jan 2009
81
66th
In Bruges does something that seems increasingly rare for comedies these days--it gives us characters that are developed and thereby that we care about. Its visual sensibility is occasionally inventive and makes good use of hand held cameras, at least some of the time. And of course, it was plenty funny, keeping its comic perspective even to the last moments of the film. One of the funniest closing lines that I can recall among recent releases. The only downer is the silly chase scene at the end
Rated 08 May 2010
100
99th
The beautiful Belgian middle-age city of Bruges sets the scene for this both humorous and stunning film about two assassins in their search for answers to ordinary, yet deeply existential questions. And then it of course treats ... sight-seeing! Oh and dwarves. One of the 00's best films in my opinion with a great pace, lovely scenery and a well-thought plot. Also, this is the film I've seen the most times in my life, reaching 13 or 14, I think! And it has Ralph Fiennes' role of a lifetime!
Rated 31 Mar 2008
96
94th
A beautiful, often funny, moving, and entertaining neo-noir style film. Farrell was made for this role, and is perfectly cast. The story is simple, but meaningful, and contrasts nicely against the angelic backdrop of Bruges.
Rated 19 Feb 2019
100
99th
McDonagh's first film pairs comedy and tragedy like no other, with the superb script tackling its themes of guilt, morality and judgment in astonishingly deep and humorous ways. Farrell and Gleeson give the most nuanced performances of their careers as Ray and Ken, two Irish hitmen irreparably haunted by their past sins. Bruges is a location seemingly frozen in time and drowning in Catholic imagery, making it the perfect other-worldly setting for a weekend sightseeing trip through purgatory.
Rated 23 May 2008
83
79th
A black comedy packed with razor-sharp wit and excellent characters. Every character in this is fantastic and every actor is perfectly cast to their role. Anyone who doubts Colin Farrell can be excellent needs to see this movie (well this or Tideland) because he is stellar. I could go on and on but if I go into anymore detail I'll end up spoiling the movie, so I'll just end with it's amazing and if you like movies like Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels see this.
Rated 22 Jun 2008
86
84th
Fun, dark and stylish. A really enjoyable film with a bit of everything: drama, action, comedy, romance. It all works surprisingly well thanks to the strong performances from everyone involved.
Rated 17 Oct 2012
85
88th
Like if scientists were to take a rollercoaster and somehow ignore the laws of engineering, gravity, things with molecular structure and successfully strap it on a much bigger and crazier rollercoaster. Just as things are well under way, with Irish hitmen and racist midgets, McDonagh introduces Fiennes and his fucked up moral code of assassins. That's when I raised my arms.
Rated 26 Jan 2009
100
90th
Without a doubt the best British film since Children of Men, In Bruges is brilliantly written by McDonagh who also does a good job directing. The acting is good all around, with Fiennes, Gleeson and particularly Colin Farrell all delivering standout performances. Great and thrilling story that comes together very well. One of those films that is of perfect length and ends at precisely the right moment.
Rated 21 Feb 2008
90
81st
A funny but surprisingly heartbreaking portrait of two hitmen on forced vacation. Sorta slow, but the action picks up at the end. Colin Farrell's eyebrows deserve an award...
Rated 16 Aug 2013
86
86th
It is quite a feat being funny and touching at the same time in a crime movie. I will definitely see the next McDonagh movie in cinema. Having lived in Dublin and being a resident of a Bruges-like continental European city, this film had a personal ring for me (except the contract killer part... of course). You expect excellence from Fiennes and Gleeson but this movie showed me Farrell could shine in the right setting too (man, I can't believe I just came out like that). Kudos to soundtrack too.
Rated 17 Mar 2011
88
94th
Great script and good performances, particuarly from Fiennes and Gleeson. The mix of dark humour, blood, guts and emotion works well too, and on top of that it's really well shot. It's a bit of shame McDonagh spends so much time directing theatre and doesn't do more film work, as on this evidence he is clearly very talented.
Rated 24 Mar 2008
84
70th
Exciting, funny, well-shot and certainly well written; In Bruges is one of the biggest surprises and one of the highest quality flicks you'll get to see so far this year. The advertising campaign makes this look like a style-over-substance action movie, but it has very little action and the style that's there is equally supported by the witty dialog. If you want to have some fun at the movies there really isn't anything better playing at the moment, so go see it. You won't be disappointed.
Rated 17 Jun 2008
77
78th
Really great movie, and one of the better dark comedies I've seen. It strikes a good balance of humor and more intense dramatic scenes. It's got a great slick style with the fantastic dialogue and acting, but it has substance underneath too. The casting is also perfect here, with a great show by Gleeson. Fiennes is menacing as hell, and this is probably the only movie I've seen in which I actually thought Farrell was great, but he really does play it perfectly here.Definitely recommended.
Rated 23 Sep 2010
80
78th
A hard film to pin down because it varies its tones so wildly - child murder and suicidal angst make odd bedfellows with racist dwarves and portly tourists. But somehow it works, and despite a few missteps it feels fresh, funny, and always provocative. The way the film weaves in Brechtian imagery and existential dialogue into what could have been a simple crime feature is very impressive.
Rated 27 Sep 2016
85
87th
Man, these Harry Potter movies are getting really dark.
Rated 29 Oct 2008
87
89th
Funny, well acted and beautifully shot. I've nothing bad to say.
Rated 02 Nov 2008
83
86th
Great movie with amazing and hilarious dialogues.
Rated 10 May 2012
88
88th
This movie just casually throws in a reference to Hieronymus Bosch and then expects you to understand the context of its finale from that. For that alone I like it. Though, it might have helped that I knew I was in for a pitch black comedy, rather than the "edgy, action-packed comedy filled with thrilling chases, spectacular shoot outs and an explosive ending you won't want to miss" that my DVD tried to sell it as. Whoever was responsible for advertising this should spend eternity in Bruges.
Rated 08 May 2011
89
89th
I've noticed a pattern that I have a pretty favorable opinion for anything with a midget in it. In Bruges is no exception.
Rated 07 Feb 2009
88
92nd
A very cleverly written, character-driven, at times farcical gangster film, In Bruges plays with your expectations toward its characters, constantly turning established stereotypes on the head and is thankfully one of the rare movies where you can't see the twists coming miles away. So it's full of surprises, it's noir, it's exciting, it's meditative, it's funny, it's visually stunning, and is superbly acted, with Gleeson, Fiennes and Farrell getting most of the good lines. Highly recommendable!
Rated 12 Feb 2012
78
85th
This is a really fun version of "Se7en." ... EDIT: I wrote this review over two years ago and I don't have a clue what it means. I see no connection between the two aside from possible latent homosexual attractions to Brad Pitt and Colin Farrell. But I don't even think I was aware of that two years ago. It's also like anything starring Orlando Bloom. Whoops.
Rated 26 Feb 2009
82
83rd
Colin Farrell scores big laughs in this interesting hitman action-comedy with a witty, playful script that's always on the brink of the outrageous, but never boiling over. Actually some might find it a bit boring, but I thought the characters and dialogue were so well-penned that I got wrapped up in the goofiness. Brendan Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes are also great here, and there's maybe a hint of a schizophrenic tone between the comedy and drama, but all-in-all, it's a pleasant surprise.
Rated 18 Jun 2011
80
84th
When a couple of mob hitmen botch a job in London, they are inexplicably instructed to hide out in the sleepy medieval Belgian town of Bruges, where a bunch of really funny shit happens. To describe much more of the plot would spoil the enjoyment, but know that in addition to having some gory action and a core of genuinely likeable and fully realized characters, the dialog is cleverly written and sharply delivered. Very good stuff.
Rated 26 Mar 2008
90
77th
This was a blast! A cross between PULP FICTION, BUTCH C. and the SUNDANCE KID, and OF MICE AND MEN... That's right, I referenced Steinbeck!
Rated 31 Mar 2008
85
56th
Fiennes, Gleeson, and Farrell are amazing. The story, at times, is not so much. About all I can say here.
Rated 17 Jan 2013
90
80th
I was expecting something very different and was extremely pleased with what I actually got. The sharp dialogue has a Tarantino wit and bite and the black humor is sometimes reminiscent of the Coen Brothers; yet I feel these comparisons would be selling the film short because it's such an original and fresh piece of work. Excellent performances, characters, screenplay, everything.
Rated 21 May 2021
65
36th
I liked its serious side with the allegorical layering but something about this flavor of UK humor bounces right off me. I bet I would love it if the hitmen were Steve Martin and John Candy.
Rated 13 Jun 2008
85
95th
Outstanding!
Rated 25 May 2009
70
48th
The film is enjoyable, charged by a flinty wit and features a pair of winning lead performances by Gleeson and Farrell. It's also fairly inconsequential, structured with the shrewd storytelling insight of a seasoned dramatist but somewhat wanting in depth. None of the relationships have resonance, causing problems as the twists of the plot require some investment in the interpersonal dynamics or certain lingering histories.
Rated 14 Nov 2013
88
88th
I knew going in that it would be an incredibly dark movie, but damn! Still, they work in a fair amount of humor, a few interesting philosophical moments, and some amazing acting! Definitely character that moves the story more than plot, and even though it is a very dark, sorrowful, and at times depressing movie, "In Bruges" really holds your attention, and it's so well-written.
Rated 26 Jun 2008
85
94th
it's fucking brilliant! like a fairytale and that...
Rated 28 Jun 2008
84
83rd
Very Good. Ita a tale of 2 british hitmen hiding out in the quaint liitle Belgian town of Bruges after a botched up assassination. All the characters are very well developed and acted, but Brendan Gleeson steals the movie away from under the noses of his big name co-stars, he acts brilliantly in this low-key drama and.... I really am at a loss for words, which isn't often :), he's that good and charming in this little gem, Just watch it for his performance.
Rated 01 Jul 2008
48
52nd
This film is not as clever as it thinks it is. The plot is rather contrived and far too neat, and the dialogue has sparkles of wit that somehow are never followed through upon. Good cinematography and great acting, but no real substance to back it up. Those who are not good enough to write Pulp Fiction should stop trying.
Rated 05 Jul 2008
4
87th
Quite hilarious to see this in a packed Belgian theater.
Rated 12 Jul 2008
88
73rd
In Bruges is not an "art" film, but it is artful, and a cut above most other new thrillers. The script is so literate, twisty and crafty that I began to think that it probably is an adaptation of a play on Broadway. The director and screenwriter is Martin McDonagh, Tony nominee for "Best Play" four times, winner of the Critic's Circle Theatre Award for "Most Promising Playwright". In Bruges is his first feature-length film.
Rated 24 Mar 2010
93
89th
McDonagh's sharply written film is a fable/crime thriller that ends up being a complete joy from start to finish. Carefully drawing its characters, In Bruges boasts three extremely good performances from its three leads and many laugh-out-loud moments as well as careful, introspective ones. Carter Burwell's lovely, melancholic score and great editing is just icing on the cake of a great package. This is obviously not to be missed, enjoy!
Rated 03 Dec 2011
63
22nd
On the comic side, there are a few clever bits but most of it is stuff from the same old bag of gags. It fares slightly better with the drama, although Farrell doesn't really go through a transformation so much as he keeps shifting between dick and swell guy. Even though I liked Gleeson's performance, the character feels manufactured. Also the ending is possibly the lamest example of dramatic irony I've ever seen. The cinematography and score are pretty good but otherwise I didn't dig this much.
Rated 14 Jul 2008
89
93rd
A pretty amazing debut from Mr. McDonagh. It's refreshing and solid rock.
Rated 14 Jul 2008
76
64th
Hilarious with an explosive ending. Never lets itself get stale.
Rated 16 Jul 2008
70
66th
Contains some bizarre plot holes, needs a few more action sequences and not enough of the offensive jokes are actually funny. But it does have some great moments. It just comes across as a poor man's "Snatch".
Rated 20 Jul 2008
90
88th
Love love loved this movie. Gave me newfound respect for Colin Farrel. Excellent score by Carter Burwell too!
Rated 06 Dec 2018
91
96th
Rarely is a cast and a director/screenwriter paired up to perfection but that is what In Bruges is. Martin McDonagh's hilariously dark vision is brought to life through stupendous performances from Farrell, Gleeson and Fiennes and is a must see film for fans of movies!
Rated 01 Aug 2009
92
96th
You fookin little coont!
Rated 17 Aug 2008
75
71st
Funny, tragic and great performances by the main trio. Absolutely recommendable.
Rated 19 Aug 2008
88
95th
Brit-Gangster dark comedy that's a little bit darker than most (in a cerebral fashion, not so much violence). The whole cast is amazing, all the characters are likeable, and overall the movie is just hilarious (and actually touching when it needs to be). It really took me off guard how much I enjoyed this flick, and it's legitimately one of (if not the) best movies of 2008. Phenomenal effort, especially for someone's full length directorial debut.
Rated 11 Aug 2014
4
70th
A shockingly effective combination of sardonic humor and wistful melancholy. It manages to identify with both of its wildly different protagonists, eventually bridging the gap between Ray's embittered cynicism and Ken's dignified self-assurance. And it's rare to find a comedy that looks so pretty, though having a fucking fairytale city as your backdrop surely helps in that regard.
Rated 09 Sep 2008
94
99th
Great acting, great lines (you don't give horse-tranquilizers to a midget!), great scenery and great action in the end.
Rated 16 Mar 2010
90
89th
Let my start by admitting that I am not a big Colin Farrell fan. Last time I saw any decent acting from him was in his sex tape! But that having been said, I have to admit that he is made for the part of a somewhat simple hitman. Whenever Farrell starts to slip up Brendan Gleeson is always there to pick up his slack. This is a small movie, but too much of a gem to be overlooked. The conversations between Farrell and Gleeson is the stuff dreams are made of. A great movie for a night on the couch.
Rated 29 Sep 2008
75
82nd
Goddamn Farrell proving me wrong. This and Intermission are proof he should only play Irish characters though.
Rated 28 Apr 2015
85
82nd
An awesome little film. One of those movies where the setting begins to feel more human than some of the characters. Farrell, Gleeson, and Fiennes are kick ass here and McDonagh has some good shots. My problems lie in the narrative which although is beautiful if not depressing and witty, can be predictable. Overall, In Bruges is a great time. A lot of witty humor and interesting characters and sequences.
Rated 28 Sep 2018
78
48th
Vulgar and witty with something to surprise you at every corner. Never would I expect to be laughing at so many one-liners between two thugs hiding out in a tourist hot spot.
Rated 05 Nov 2008
85
94th
Original and extremely funny. The dynamic between Farrell and Gleason, who are both hilarious, is key to its success.
Rated 07 Nov 2008
83
79th
Not exactly intellectually challenging, but still manages to be truly original in both script and overall atmosphere. Very enjoyable.
Rated 12 Nov 2017
85
78th
The movie reads like a play of sorts, kind of Tarantino-esque dialogue which I love. It has its funny quips here and there - I wouldn't describe it as a comedy but it adds levity to make a fun movie.
Rated 21 Nov 2008
8
93rd
A gripping, violent, edgy, original, blackly hilarious little bit of cinematic poetry. Ralph Fiennes is the man.
Rated 09 Dec 2008
95
88th
Funny, engaging, and just well done. The performances are surprisingly amazing. Incredible film with lots of replay value.
Rated 01 Sep 2011
65
38th
This is clearly intended to be darkly comedic, but it's too often straddling the line between melodramatic emotion and absurdism to be effective on that front. Colin Farrell is good enough to keep things watchable, and Ralph Fiennes is nice but underused, and his performance more than adequately points out how confused the tone of the picture is. Ancillary plot elements like the dwarf are excessively shown merely for the point of a dumb punchline. Bruges is pretty, at the very least.
Rated 15 Dec 2008
90
89th
Colin Farrell should play an Irish asshole in every movie.
Rated 03 Aug 2015
85
83rd
I've watched this one a number of times. May be Collin Farrell's best movie. Just when I though the whole hitman comedy genre died in the 90's.
Rated 31 Dec 2008
89
89th
Sometimes their is nothing funnier than a profanity filled rant about the shit situation you find yourself in, except perhaps a midget on horse tranquilizers that is. Fantastically dark comedy, cleverly written, unexpected twists and excellent performances from Farrell, Gleeson and Fiennes.
Rated 11 Jan 2009
85
88th
Highly recommended to all those who enjoy a light comedy, with a basic dramatic, but not calls never for cheap sentimentality and cliches.
Rated 23 Jan 2011
76
79th
The reoccurring midget aspect of the movie is so great
Rated 12 Jun 2009
60
64th
Very well written, let down entirely by the final twenty minutes or so. It goes from funny to sort of pathetic and heavy handed. All too bad, as I was thinking 90 or even 95 until then.
Rated 20 Dec 2009
85
90th
I always thought this was a drama until I began watching it. In Bruges manages to successfully balance the dark and very funny humour with bone-crunching violence and tension. An unforgettable performance too from Ralph Fiennes that will surprise those who have seen him in other films.
Rated 12 Jul 2009
85
58th
Farrell really needs to stick to moves like these. He's a really good actor when he wants to be.
Rated 25 Feb 2009
85
86th
"The word 'fuck' and its derivatives are said 126 times in this 107-minute film, an average of 1.18 'fucks' per minute."
Rated 03 Apr 2017
95
97th
The McDonagh brothers both seem to nail dark comedy like no one else in the business, or at the very least they are up there. In Bruges is quite funny at times, but also doubles as a legit crime drama as well. Spoilers, but when the kid gets shot that is actually harrowing. So it ends up being more emotional than one might expect while also bringing the goods on the humour front. Gleeson is made for the McDonagh writing and while I don't like Farrell so much, he's charming here.
Rated 18 Aug 2011
85
78th
A dark, endlessly surprising comedy about two hit-men sent to Belgium for two weeks after a hit goes wrong. In Bruges features a plot that can't be predicted, but only relished. Very rarely does such a film appear that seems to happen as it goes along, driven by the peculiarities of the characters. Every element of the plot, including the ending, is determined by the ethical choices of the characters, and not simple plot requirements. Just watch it, already.
Rated 26 Feb 2009
100
95th
Mega awesome, wooooo
Rated 13 Mar 2009
66
41st
Funny at times, but it can't quite pull of its mix of dark comedy and comparetively serious drama simply because of afformentioned dark comedy constantly subverting the drama. Actors give it their all, at least.
Rated 11 May 2009
83
69th
WTF, this is not the movie I thought I was going to see. Fortunately, it still turns out to be a very good one despite the absence of the advertised fun, fast comic action. Solid performances all around, Fleur DeLacour is attractive.
Rated 22 Mar 2009
86
91st
Very good Brittish crime-thriller with a good load of humor! Farrell is awesome and his remarks on Bruges, belgium and the whole situation are hilarious! They've chosen the locations very good as well and the camerawork was splendid. A must see, and for Belgian people like me: you really really have to see this one.
Rated 23 Mar 2009
90
67th
Despite being billed as a comedy, this movie is also surprisingly serious. There are moments of absurb humor mixed in with soul searching type scenes; the characters in a stunningly depressing fashion realize the pointlessness of their violent profession. What's equally awesome is that the movie also manages to deal with heaven and hell and loyalty and honor, all with noticable skill. The cast also all deliver good performances, especially Farrell, who someday will get noticed by the Acadamy.
Rated 24 Mar 2009
85
90th
Funny and clever dialogue along with great acting and a few very memorable moments make this film absolutely one of the most positive surprises for me in a while.
Rated 26 Nov 2011
95
97th
It's as unique of a movie as you're going to see, and it has some of the best dialogue I've heard in a movie. It's darkly hilarious, looks beautiful, and has some superb acting by Colin Farrell and Ralph Fiennes. You'll have trouble finding a film that brings about as much laughs and drama as this film does.
Rated 05 Sep 2018
87
81st
A genuinely hilarious film about morality that features Colin Farrell asking a midget all the right questions.
Rated 12 Apr 2009
91
96th
I never thought I will like gangster movie so much. The atmosphere is incredible-the city of Bruges, the camera, and the music! And the acting is superb too. Yes, it is a fairy tale - gangsters like this are from world of fantasy. This is the reason, why I do not give more points-they are reserved for movies which bring me more "food for thought". Despite this-it is a great movie! Yes-it is somehow similar to Pulp Fiction, but it is better in my opinion. And finally - I want to see Bruges:)
Rated 19 Aug 2015
8
76th
In Bruges is an impressive piece of filmmaking from Martin McDonagh and his overall direction and stellar writing together make this one of the biggest surprises of 2008. The collaboration of the compelling performances, entertaining characters and such witty and darkly amusing dialogue works masterfully. Colin Farrell hilariously gives his best performance in my opinion. Whilst Brendan Gleeson & Ralph Fiennes are both effortlessly impressive also. In Bruges is a satisfying and refreshing watch.
Rated 11 Oct 2010
80
73rd
Amusing, and endearingly silly, crime caper.
Rated 03 May 2012
86
89th
Is at times hilarious, made me laugh out loud. At other times it's tense, it has a fast pace and Bruges looks like a nice city. That 'midget' is awesome
Rated 20 May 2011
80
76th
Quite funny and nicely acted. Kinda unsure about the horrific violence but it does does sort of go with the territory I suppose. I cared about the characters, but I didn't care too much, which I think is appropriate. Again, goes with the territory.
Rated 05 May 2009
90
85th
Watched this one time, had no idea what to think, I went into it thinking it was going to be a straight comedy and just had all the wrong ideas. Watched it a second time knowing what it was and walked away with a lot more. Awesome performances with an amazing script really elevate this movie, there's so many funny and dark scenes that just keep this movie rolling and the tension just keeps building up even with the laughs. Great movie all around.
Rated 03 May 2008
85
76th
Surprisingly good and kinda offensive in that whaaaaaat did he just say way. The best scenes are wordless but the dialogue is sharp and Farrell, Gleeson and Fiennes are perfectly cast.
Rated 03 Jul 2008
60
62nd
Quite funny.
Rated 25 Apr 2024
100
98th
Martin McDonagh's pre-BANSHEES output is understandably very divisive, but I like all of his movies and his debut IN BRUGES is by far and away my favourite of them ... I don't think I'll ever get tired of revisiting it. To my mind, it's about the best mix of irreverent humour and brutal intensity you could ask for. The characters are so well written and the entire cast give career-best performances.
Rated 20 Aug 2008
56
50th
A nice balance between comedy and drama, it's just a little too sedate meaning that it doesn't engage as fully as it should.
Rated 31 Jul 2009
82
68th
Very crunchy movie. Well-paced and acted, and like I say, crunchy. If you don't understand what I mean, you'll just have to watch the movie.
Rated 23 Oct 2008
76
60th
it was as expected (not more) from Martin mcdonagh. I also recommend his previous short.
Rated 02 Sep 2009
80
60th
Stark and understated, it's an okay little tale about trying to find redemption and accidentally doing so. With midgets.
Rated 23 Jun 2009
80
55th
comedy, crime, drama and thriller is well balanced in the movie.
Rated 27 Jan 2009
90
52nd
Take that, QT.
Rated 13 May 2009
90
95th
Rewatched it. Fiennes is so awesome in this one.
Rated 18 Feb 2009
98
99th
Amazing dark comedy. Seems to be a hidden gem.

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