Nothing could prepare the tough Liverpool underworld for golf-club-wielding, kilt-clad Elmo McElroy (Samuel L. Jackson) He's here on business, and he's burnt more than bridges back in LA. Babysitting him is the last thing on local hood Felix's (Robert Carlyle) mind. He's just there to go in, get the money, get out. Until suddenly everyone else who's in on the deal is dead, and the only way to get his hands on the 20 mill. is to pair up with a crazy yank with a price on his head - and a talent for destruction....
Transatlantic Tragedy - well not quite!
- The 51st State review by Matt Wood
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You rated this film: 3
Wasen't sure what to make of this one, Samuel L Jackson and Robert Carlyle are as you would expect, this is funny in places but it's just not funny enough or with a strong enough story line to be memorial or to be recommended.
If you like films like snakes on a plane and just want to watch a film that isn't too taxing on the brain then this could be up your street.
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