Universal acclaim- based on 13 Ratings
DougB.Oct 2, 2006Will go down as a cult classic. Paul Kaye strangles his part to death and you just have to love it: he was born to play Frankie Wilde. [***SPOILERS***] Sure it gets a bit soft at the end, but you feel for Frankie and want him to end up with the deaf bird. A great supporting cast and hilarious set-pieces (the Austrians in the studio; the manager's sweaty rants against...heat; even a deft send-up of Victoria Beckham by Kate Magowan as Frankie's wife). Loved the soundtrack, laughed happily through the film. Don't know what that says about me, but that's my kind of entertainment.… Full Review »
KellyM.Jan 22, 2006This is very moving film that looks into the dept of our everyday club-nightlife, showing us just how altering it can become. Focusing on the extentsive damage it does that most us are aware of yet continuesously dismiss. That life style creates an extrodenary level of enjoymment to the point that it out-weighs any other alternative around us. The power it has over the mind pushes you into an unconsious spiral of thoughts which eventually blinds you from anything other than itself. This movie goes into the detail of these issues that we know extist yet prefer to ignore, not even giving it the chance for us to deeply understand just what horrifing things it can lead to, that and the fact we choose to dis-believe due to our own ignorance and temptations. After watching this film it opens your mind to the over-whelming consequnces of what's possible, that once again you can't help but to disbelieve such awful things can happen. For any punter cruising along the social scene of nightlife the film is a must see! It will open you to think differently bout the film itself and how you can relate to your own life.… Full Review »
SidneyO.Nov 25, 2005This movie is tops. I like it almost as much as I like Requiem for a Dream.