Elfie Hopkins details
|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray, LOVEFiLM Instant|
|Starring:||Jaime Winstone, Ray Winstone, Aneurin Barnard, Kimberley Nixon, Will Paune|
|Studio:||KALEIDOSCOPE HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Collections:||August - Horror/Thriller|
|1hr 25 mins||15|
LOVEFiLM Instant Information
|Run time:||1 hour 25 minutes|
|Rental release:||To be confirmed|
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Bad FilmBy a customer , 17 Jul 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]Bad Film. Only good thing is Ray Winstone and he's in it for about 2 minutes. Ive got nothing else to say I just need to pad out my review.
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Not worth the time...By BenLH (17 reviews) from Godalming , 15 Oct 2012What a dull, pointless film. Poor acting, lousy screenplay and amaturish filmography - panning away into trees - so mills and boon!
no magicBy chasckd (575 reviews) from Telford , 02 Oct 2012what a absolute load of rubbish the only good thing in it was ray whinstone and that was for two minutes brief appearance thae story was pretty good considering but the acting was so lame and wooden another cast and maybe it would be better
great filmBy skeeter (1 review) , 29 Sep 2012I had never heard of this film so didnt have high hopes for it. It starts off slow but if you stick with it its actually a really really good film and there is nothing better than finding those lower budget non blockbuster films that you are pleasantly surprised with...
The Famous TwoBy FrankIV (534 reviews) from Cirencester, England , 15 Sep 2012A mysterious family moving into a small village and being investigated by local children is a staple of children's adventure stories from the Famous Five to Scooby Doo. Here, though, you won't see wholesome twelve year olds pedalling their bikes around the village: the detectives in question are two people in their early twenties, one, God help us, on the eve of starting university, the boy played as a nerdy Harry Potter lookalike, the girl with all the aggressive sneery attitude with which films and television like to portray young Britons these days. It's not an improvement, and soon descends into the inevitable gore and gross out.. The film has a rather nice 'League of Gentlemen' feel about it, greatly aided by Ray Winstone's two appearances, but generally it's a bit of a waste of talent.
Poor WinstoneBy open (370 reviews) , 05 Sep 2012Yucky and rather odd, its a shame as there is someting kinda clever here. The worst piece of this was the the casting - jamie winstone was terrible. The accents are all over the place.