Sweeney Todd details
|Starring:||Ray Winstone, Ben Walker, David Warner|
|Studio:||2 ENTERTAIN VIDEO|
|Run time:||1 hour 34 minutes|
|Rental release:||06 Feb 2006|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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cockney geezerBy a customer from wolves england , 11 May 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]love ray winstone,but why o why does he have to keep saying that im the east end lad.good god mate get a life.
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A perfect thingBy a customer from Winchester , 17 Sep 2009This film held me spellbound, I didn't move until it had finished. Wonderful story-telling with such atmospheric scenery, room settings and music. Perfectly cast, exquisitely under-played by Ray Winstone and all involved. The young copper, his blind superior and also little Tobias, Sweeney's apprentice, were superb. The only criticism I would add is of Mrs Lovatt's cockernee accent - which kept reminding me of Kevin's best mate Perry from the Harry Enfield Show. But the actress's performance was so wonderful that the dodgy accent didn't seem to matter too much. Loved the tenderness of the love story, how well suited they were to each other. Fell completely in love with poor damaged and broken Sweeney and wanted everything to work out for him in the end! Loved it, highly recommend.
SweeneyBy ae (7 reviews) from Slough , 03 Mar 2009This an absolutely excellent piece of work. Ray Winston at his best with a very understated performance which pulls out the personality of Sweeney Todd without being gory and over the top
sweeney toddBy a customer from Guernsey , 06 Feb 2009forgot i had seen it on t v but i still really enjoyed it
Too GoryBy a customer from Glasgow , 28 Jan 2009A film with a wonderful set and costumes and the plot line was fantastic. i was just unnerved by the fact you can tra la la and the cutting of throats rather vividly juxtaposed the whole film. But Johnny Depp as ever was brill and Helena augmented a feeling that it was the fred and Rose West story
Ray Winstone makes a fine ToddBy a customer from Petersfield , 24 Jul 2008Ray Winstone carries this well-known story with quiet determination, and a nicely rounded performance.