Like the bastard offspring of Pulp Fiction and Lock Stock...
- Free Fire review by Schrödinger's Cake
From the moment the opening credits roll, this is a film that you just know is going to deliver the goods. It feels like the bastard offspring of Pulp Fiction and Lock Stock, and comes complete with a superb cast, a dodgy 70’s sound track, gorgeous lighting, and beautiful camera work.
It’s true that somewhere around the middle of the film it does run out of steam a bit, like a boxer who’s failed to pace theirself and are punched-out before the round is done. However, it manages to pull itself together and get back on form quickly enough.
There are plenty of worse ways you could spend your evening!
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Started well then faded
- Free Fire review by ED
The first half hour was good, with some witty dialogue and an interesting setup. After that though I felt it became a bit dull, probably because it was so static and a bit repetitive.
2 out of 2 members found this review helpful.
- Free Fire review by JD
Fades very quickly after an interesting start.
Pretends to beset in the USA, but fairly obvious that it is filmed in England.
The cast are good, but did they really PAY for a script ? Every other word was f*** , and its amazing how many shots they can fire without reloading.
But I did watch until the end to see who survived, and the. The extras were interesting as to how they planned the shootout, and how they filmed the car driving over a gunman’s head !
1 out of 1 members found this review helpful.