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Based on the #1 best-selling book by Irvine Welsh (TRAINSPOTTING) here comes a pulse-pounding thriller set against the backdrop of Scotland's drug-fueled dance scene as one man tries to cut ties and kick old habits for the woman he loves.
Ecstasy has become the first paperback original to debut at #1 on the Sunday Times best-seller list.
It features an all-star cast and music from Paul Oakenfold, Coldplay and Grammy® nominee DJTiesto.
A gritty combo of tragedy and humor --Bizarre
Fantastic! The film absolutely rocks… Adam Sinclair is a true star --Irvine Welsh
Top Customer Reviews
The movie is centered around the drug fueled antics of low level Scottish dealers. Lloyd (Adam Sinclair) is the kingpin in a group of friends who see life as a series of scores, hook-ups, and dance parties. Despite being a drug runner (hey, it's just Ecstasy), Lloyd is depicted as a good guy that has simply fallen into some bad choices. However, this bad boy just might find salvation in the loving arms of Kristin Kreuk (TV's Smallville and Beauty and the Beast). And why not? This perfectly respectable girl seems to fall instantly in love with a lowlife she meets while high.Read more ›
But this? Ugh. It was like watching a high school play. Not sure who to blame as I am not a movie critic..the actors for not being believable? the director for the feel of the film? (I liked the shots around Edinburgh, but it felt like a shout out, say 'Honest, we filmed the on location!') or the screenplay writers for a dull tale?
Maybe I am getting old and having left the party scene behind a decades ago I just cannot relate.
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If this is the side of EDM culture you want to look at- stare away. Another Kristin Kreuk post-Smallville underwhelmer... that makes you wonder if her agent has even met her.Published 5 months ago by vorris
Seemed more like a made for tv movie. What a surprise to see Tori Spelling's husband Dean McDermott in this. He actually did a pretty good job and had a good Scottish accent. Read morePublished on July 25, 2013 by frodo