accomplice Murphy catapult through a
series of slapdash capers in an attempt to pacify
their newfound obsession to own everything.
But when their crimes turn from petty robbery
to kidnapping, their lives take a dangerous turn as they begin
spending themselves deeper and deeper into depravity.
Top Customer Reviews
While waiting for the ransom, Alex needs money so he can buy stuff. At this point Teddi introduces our guys to the Fargo counter culture drug dealer who also sell clean urine to users and dabble in some freelance kidney removal, the stuff of urban legends.
If you don't like bizarre, British, or grindhouse style, this movie is not for you. At one point the film was moving so fast, I lost track of what was going on and was questioning what happened to characters I haven't seen in while. It is a fun fast moving quirky grindhouse and definitely not the Coen's Fargo.
PARENTAL GUIDE: F-bombs, sex, torture, blood, killings, no nudity.
The story may seem a little familiar to some, but there are personal qualities that Glaser has added that are visible, audible, and memorable throughout the movie.
The film is remarkable, and for me, the comedy elements were the strongest elements of the film. The "attempt at and escape from the botched robbery" scene at the beginning was easily the strongest part of the film. Really showcased the actor's dedication to their characters, the director's talent of pace, and foreshadows the story's "one botched situation leads to an even more difficult situation" for the characters.
The film is sharp, funny, and prognosticates promising futures for all involved in the film.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was at an advanced screening for this movie in Fargo, and became an instant fan. It's gritty and raw...everything I want from an independent flick. Read morePublished on August 17, 2011 by E. Sparks
The acting in this movie seems wooden and amateurish even for an indie movie. I was immediately put off by its essential inability to generate new story ideas. Read morePublished on August 14, 2011 by AugustBandit
Have you seen Snatch? How about Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels? Then you've seen this movie, except with competent writing, directing, and acting. Read morePublished on August 13, 2011 by Amazon Customer