Director: Jon S. Baird
Writers: Jon S. Baird and Irvine Welsh
Stars: James McAvoy, Jamie Bell and Eddie Marsan
Releasing Date: 30 May 2014 (USA)
Genres: Comedy, Drama and Crime
IMDb Rating: 7.1
Plot: Bruce Robertson is a detective in the police force from Glasgow and anything but a pleasant guy. The corrupt cop is Masonic and egomaniacal Berserk, the close scrapes along in his alcohol, drug and drug addiction at the psychosis. No wonder that his wife left him with the small daughter. Now Bruce is trying to pass the time before Christmas with more drugs, excesses and violence. However, his unit has just to solve a murder at which Bruce is not quite unconcerned. But that does not stop him from knocking against the colleague Amanda sexist male chauvinist pig sayings and to make his colleagues tamed with a pending promotion. Read Drama Movies reviews online before its releasing date.
To pass the time Bruce pulls even his new Masonic Brother Bladesley (Eddie Marsan) in the swamp of alcohol and sex, he also terrorized his wife with obscene calls that he himself later clarify as a police officer. But his condition is deteriorating and the regular visits to a psychiatrist Doctor Rossi do not help to stop the downward spiral.
The question of whether the main character Bruce is actually insane, or if he has become only by his drug-induced alienation and isolation to this manic character leaves the film. Download Movies Free online without create any sign up account.
Again and again, there are also moments where the turns but funny comic and Stripped of bawdy comedy thriller in something dramatic. Quiet moments where Bruce remnants of his humanity shows and maybe even only just discovered again. This is from the dazzling launched, grown in Scotland actor James McAvoy terrific and with an underlying inner tragedy represented that actually brings in spite of the hyped acting out of character even approaches of pity in the viewer. The main role is interpreted at least grandiose and has to do with what James McAvoy has played so far in his career bit. Perhaps it is most likely to make a connection to Garrigan, which is drawn as a Scottish doctor of African dictator Idi Amin ever deeper into its twisted world.