A movie that hovers somewhere between an acute character study and a trite power struggle. full review
Director Paul McGuigan and cast infuse the proceedings with a strong dose of psychotic gusto and visual flare. full review
Doesn't offer much besides glib soullessness, raunchy language and a series of brutal set pieces ... that raise the bar on stylized screen violence. full review
They crush each other under cars, throw each other out windows, electrocute and dismember their victims in full consciousness. And we don't avert our eyes for a moment. full review
Just watch Bettany strut his stuff. You'll know a star when you see one.
Seeks to transcend its genre with a curiously stylized, quasi-Shakespearean portrait of pure misogynist evil. full review
A canny, derivative, wildly gruesome portrait of a London sociopath who's the scariest of sadists. full review
It's more than a rip-off of Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, but less than the Pulp Fiction-esque genre-bender it aspires to be.