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Sunday, April 20, 2008

In Bruges

Myself and The Demon went to the cinema last night, and unlike Jaggy, we had a very enjoyable cinematic experience. This was largely due to the fact that we went to see 'In Bruges', starring Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, and Ralph Feinnes. It's the story of two Irish hit men who are sent by their boss to lie low in Bruges after a botched hit in London, and I thought it was fantastic.
It's a wee bit difficult to pigeon hole this film. It's a bit dark, a bit comedic, a bit of a thriller. I really enjoyed it and I thought that the three main characters were excellent in their roles, yes, even Colin Farrell.
Ignore Jaggy, go and see it. 10/10


This week I'm liking 'Not Nineteen Forever' by The Courteeners.

5 comments:

EmmaK said...

Ooh, can't wait to see this movie. Fancy the pants off Colin Farrell too although he has very bushy eyebrows!

Inchy said...

It's the best part I've seen him play to date.

sparsely kate said...

You know I really like Colin Farrell...I've got the DVD of 'Intermission' and some weekends I watch it like twice over just because, well, because I can. And also, I really like the comedy in it.
I reckon Colin does great things with all his movies, even Alexander! Yes, I do.

Anyway, whenever this film comes out I'll go grab it - sounds good.

garfieldrannoch said...

Don't listen to this guy, he knows NOTHING about good movies, he probably thinks titanic is a great cinematic experience. This is not a cheap shot and i'll tell you why, his burd owns a copy of fargo which he's never watched, he's had my big lebowski dvd for at least a month and not watched, (no time)he's never seen ben hur! film buff no, consumer monkey, I don't want to say.

Inchy said...

Calm down there Garfield, you've clearly had one too many Red Bulls today. Look at all those comments you've made! Best go for a wee lie down now, there's a good lad.