In Bruges / Martin McDonagh (2008). Two mob enforcers, old pro Ken (Brendan Gleeson) and beginner Ray (Colin Ferrell) are sent by their dangerous and profane boss Harry (Ralph Fiennes, just a voice over the phone for the film’s first half) to the title Belgian city for a vacation. Harry loves the historic sites but Ray hates the place and is homesick and, as we learn a little later, guilt ridden. Their lively banter and their casual but amusing anti-social behavior is very derivative of the Guy Ritchie mash-ups of crime, brutal violence, and laughs of a few years earlier. It is only when Harry actually enters the story and travels to Bruges himself do things become a little more original and dark. Very good acting from the three male leads. Also with Clémence Poésy (Fleur Delacour in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”) and Jordan Prentice, Canadian dwarf actor. Marginal recommendation.
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