Whole Lotta Sole (2011)

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Whole Lotta Sole: Directed by Terry George. With Brendan Fraser, Colm Meaney, Martin McCann, Yaya DaCosta. The story centers on a botched fish market robbery that leads to the involvement of the local police and a gangster out for revenge.

“Despite the low rating, I watched this because the storyline sounded interesting. Northern Ireland, crime, SAS…and a comedy. The plot is simple and you can work out most of what happens during the film. However, the script is entertaining, with a few laugh out loud lines. Colm Meaney plays his usual role, a dry, cynical detective. He has some of the better lines and generally carries the film. Brendan Fraser is fine but his role could have been developed further. Without giving things away, his background could have had more of an impact. He probably deserved to have more funny lines as well. Negatives – quite why the SAS are there I donu0026#39;t know. This could have been made into more of a story. Either make them contribute to the organised chaos, (making things worse or better, I donu0026#39;t mind), or omit them from the film entirely. This is probably more a British film than one for everybody. Perhaps the review which criticises the film is more the latter. I would give this about a 7/ 7.5 to be honest, watchable, enjoyable but not great.”


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