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Harry Brown May 23, 2010

Posted by Sean Welsh in reviews.

A very gritty picture. Probably the grittiest thing Michael Caine has done since the 70s classic Get Carter. Very good and very realistic. The film pitilessly represents the drabness of life in a London housing estate. A lot of these places have severe social problems. I enjoyed the film. Caine’s character is played superbly well as you would expect. I can’t ever remember seeing Michael Caine in a dud film. Everything he does is class. Supporting cast are all good. There’s nothing quite like a good revenge flick.

Definitely well worth seeing.



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