Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation | Release Date: June 13, 2001
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Generally favorable reviews based on 85 Ratings
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NavidFeb 19, 2003
What the hell was the point of this movie?!
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ButteredPopcornOct 13, 2004
Another movie which portends to put down violence, crime, and hatred, only to bask in violence, crime, and hatred. Nothing more than very dull people threatening and harming other dull people. Ben Kinglsey's performance is the only Another movie which portends to put down violence, crime, and hatred, only to bask in violence, crime, and hatred. Nothing more than very dull people threatening and harming other dull people. Ben Kinglsey's performance is the only redeaming aspect of the film, but is soon grows tired. Very little or no redeeming value. Expand
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llSep 23, 2009
An interesting and wonderful take to the life of a ex-gangster who is lured back to his old ways of being a gangster. Wonderful.
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mmSep 23, 2009
A thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat. Though filled with adrenaline pumping action from the very start, has a soft touch that appeals to the sissies.
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6969Sep 23, 2009
This film has a delicate touch on today's youth, with the story of an ex-con and gangster who is forced to steal some stuff from some guy, and doesn't get to keep it, because he killed someone really annoying, who was buried under This film has a delicate touch on today's youth, with the story of an ex-con and gangster who is forced to steal some stuff from some guy, and doesn't get to keep it, because he killed someone really annoying, who was buried under his pool, with a humonoid rabbit. WTF???? GTFO. Expand
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gooklSep 23, 2009
An astonishing and entralling movie. Ben Kingsley's performance is a revelation. Hard to believe that this is the same man who played Gandhi in real life, that motherf*cker.
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ryancarroll88Aug 27, 2010
Ben Kingsley appears to use his role as the psychotic gangster Don Logan purely as an exercise in variety in this crime drama that ends up playing out more like a senseless stage production than a movie. Some suave surrealism and a bitingBen Kingsley appears to use his role as the psychotic gangster Don Logan purely as an exercise in variety in this crime drama that ends up playing out more like a senseless stage production than a movie. Some suave surrealism and a biting humor keep the film interesting, but not enough to save it. Expand
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