|Starring:||Ray Winstone, Lena Headey, Damon Albarn, Peter Vaughan, Sue Johnston, Steven Waddington, Robert Carlyle|
|Genres:||Action/Adventure, Thriller - General|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Collections:||100 Top Thrillers|
|Run time:||1 hour 41 minutes|
|Rental release:||22 Sep 2003|
Most helpful review
It's Ray and Rob...By Hoffa from Lincolnshire, UK , 14 Mar 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]I must admit to being a big fan of Ray Winstone and Robert Carlisle, which explains why I rented this movie. It's basically a typically British heist movie which goes a bit pear-shaped when the protaganists fall out. Philip Davis is great as the crazy Julian, and Ray and Rob are up to their usual high standard. If you like the actors involved and British gangster/heist type movies, then this will not disappoint.
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Face - My ReviewBy DaddyTank (203 reviews) from Ulan Bator , 20 Dec 2012Mockney idiots in a mock plot with mock actors. Blah blah blah. For people whose fabourite film list includes Scarface and The Italian Job.
cool brit flick with 2 of the best!By haylesbaylespigstales (130 reviews) from Fleetwood , 18 Sep 2012I really enjoyed this film, thought that the cast worked really well together. Just love 'Raymondo' & Robert Carlisle they are so believable in everything they do,the 'gangster' role really suits them though above all else.
really good armed robbery brit flick
Best of BritBy Dungbeetle (503 reviews) from London , 08 Dec 2011One of the best Brit gangster films with a quality lineup, great storyline and good direction. Miles ahead of recent films in that genre. The cast looked like they had fun making it too.
A Mediocre Robbers StoryBy a customer , 17 Nov 2011I rented this with no expectations and upon watching it, it failed to thrill and engage.
There are good actors in this film. I just don't think the material and the manner in which the story was told did any of them justice.
Although I didn't hate this movie, it did fall dramatically short of it's potential.
If you want to watch this movie, you can have it on in the background and not really miss anything.
Face to Face with CrooksBy Emjay69 (327 reviews) from Kidlington, Oxford , 12 May 2011A well worth watching film. From beginning to end there is no time to make the tea. Riveting performances from both Ray Winstone and Robert Carlyle.
I have seen many gangster films and I rate this one among the best. USA Can learn something from this.