Goodbye Charlie Bright details
|Starring:||Sid Mitchell, Richard Driscoll, Jamie Foreman, Paul Nicholls, Dani Behr, Danny Dyer, David Thewlis, Phil Daniels|
Goodbye Charlie Bright
|Run time:||1 hour 24 minutes|
|Rental release:||30 May 2005|
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goodbye charlie brightBy a customer from london, england , 23 Jul 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Good story-telling, well-paced gritty realism; this film will shock, make you laugh and feel much more for this bunch of law-avoiding youths from a council estate. An occasionally clumsy but overall enjoyable early offering from director Nick Love, who has recently produced the contraversial 'football factory', this film's true strength lies in its editing - brilliantly undertaken by rising star Stuart Gazzard.
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Good Buddy FlickBy Steve Hatton from Cornwall, England , 04 Jan 2012Good acting and a pacy script lead to an entertaining film. Good to see so much UK talent on show, and it became a bit of a 'look - its him/her' session. Well worth a look.
A bit on the dull sideBy Munzy28 (13 reviews) from Surrey , 27 Nov 2011Wasnt impressed really.Didnt seem to have kind of plot and the acting at times was quite poor.It is fairly old now though
not worth it!By eliask (15 reviews) , 21 Jul 2011what a waste of time dont bother!a very low paid film with very poor acting would not recomment to anyone!
slow and tediousBy chriskw (10 reviews) from Batley , 03 Jul 2011
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHidewatched this film the other night can honestly say i was not overly impressed , it just seemed to drift along at the same pace and a story line that seemed a bit silly , part of the problem was that the main character in the film was a bit of a idiot and you could not empethise with him, plus i dont think paul nichols put in a very convincing perfomance. all in all i was very dissapointed with it and could not honestly reccomend it.
very good british movieBy chasckd (575 reviews) from Telford , 23 Jan 2011we make good gritty movies about our selfs and this is one of these, good acting and story make for a perfect combination