Some bloke, can't
remember his name, let's call him Billy Penis, gets out of jail, meets a number
of family members he didn't know about, buys a pub, bit of fighting, ends. Not
great, but the actors tried their best and I've seen worse.
Not a bad idea for a
film, US criminals acting as FBI over the Mexican border to rip off drugs and
money being shifted around by the cartels.
Would the FBI
actually have any legal authority in that country? I know they have arrested
some people here in the U.K., but America still seem to have the controlling
share of this country with China making great gains recently.
I mean, working under
the assumption that whatever slim remains there are of state assets will soon
by sold off by this current government of truth-murdering, poor-hating
child-fuckers, who do we actually want running the UK by default in the next
Lots of cool temples
and loads of history.
Good at martial arts.
Far away and
Bloody love rice!
All seem to live to
about 400 years old consuming only gravel and cigarettes.
They speak a basic
version of our language.
Good at guns.
Often very lovely
Bloody love burgers!
Almost every car they
built between 1950-1980 gets me tragically excited.
Aggressive expansionist capitalism under a veneer of socialism? It'd be Tony Blair all over again.
Speak lots of funny
languages that sound like they're having an angry poo.
Anything they build
with an engine appears to have the resilience of explosive chocolate.
Even thinking about
workplace rights will prob get you shot.
Aggressive expansionist capitalism considered a path of true divinity.
Speak like cunts.
Can't handle their
Doing anything will
prob get you shot.
Oh yeah, the film's
alright for a cheap effort. A little more polish and it would've been quite
Oh, If you're
American or Chinese, shut-up you cabbage. All the above was written from the
perspective of someone living in a wankhole country that you probably own more
of than I ever will.
Don't mean that in
the UKIP sense, I'd change my name to Chevrolet Ping before I ever voted for
Keanu Reeves plays a
small town lawyer who's employed by Al Pacino's city high-flyer to do law
Turns out Pacino's character may be a little older and more sinister
than first appearances. The clue is in the film's title and the fact that
Pacino plays someone called B. L. Zeebub or Kenneth Secretlydevil or whatnot.
Anyway, it's a load of twaddle, but I was comfy on the sofa and it came on TV.