From Britain with Love, by Rudie Obias

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  1. James says:

    This has been out for a few weeks in the UK now with a fair amount of success. However, there has been a lot of debate about a joke that closes the film. When you couple it with the one-dimensional female characters it isn’t the best way to end the picture.
    It is obviously a film that doesn’t take itself too seriously which is well encapsulated by Samuel L. Jackson playing pretty a character a long way from his usual bad ass, cool persona. Unfortunately I didn’t find this schtick funny and instead found him quite grating. The rest of the comedy did land for me and the film was certainly fun.
    The action is high paced and bloody. Sequences aren’t chopped up like a Michael Bay film but the kinetic camera movement with some poor CGI did, at times, leave me longing for the weight of a Raid fight scene.
    Most of these are minor quibbles and the film is certainly a lot of fun it’s just a shame I didn’t leave the theatre thinking of that.

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