Posted by sean on March 19, 2007 at 7:32 pm in Movies, Pubs with No Comments

After a visit to The Raven pub in Bath for a pie and a pint, I went with Simon and Mr. Watkins to watch Outlaw at the cinema. I had been promised extreme violence and chav beatings. Sadly, I was left disappointed.

The movie was shit and the acting diabolical. A scene where Danny Dyer returns with his fiancée to a roadside where he was previously attacked, stands out.
Fiancée: “Why have you come back here?
Dyer: “I don’t know”
One piece of acting that all budding drama students should study, taking note on how not to perform!

I liked Danny Dyer in Football Factory and Severance, but when he has to play a more serious role, I feel that he is missing something. Hopefully his new film, where he stars alongside the beautiful Gillian Anderson, will be significantly better.

It is a shame the movie was so poor, especially after the success of the excellent Hot Fuzz, 2007 was looking a promising year for the UK film industry. Still, I am confident of some more British films making an impact over the next 9 months.

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