|release date:||April 6, 2001|
|running time:||103 min.|
|director:||Dominic Anciano, Ray Burdis |
|studio:||Odeon Films Inc.|
|producer(s):||Dominic Anciano, Ray Burdis |
|screenplay:||Dominic Anciano, Ray Burdis|
|cast:||Jude Law, Jonny Lee Miller, Sean Pertwee, Kathy Burke, Ray Winstone, Rhys Ifans, Sadie Frost, Denise Van Outen |
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Love, Honour & Obey Movie Synopsis
Sick of his dead-end job as a mail courier, Jonny (Miller) joins the toughest gang in North London, thanks to
his best friend (Law), the obedient nephew of notorious crime lord Ray Kreed (Winstone).
When gangster life doesn't turn out to be exciting enough for him, Jonny creates some action of his own, triggering
a violent feud between Ray's gang and a rival gang in South London that culminates in a murder at Ray's wedding to
a soap star (Frost). The two bosses then decide to work together to put a permanent end to Jonny's antics.
a brilliant film... probably one of my favourite films of all time
An absolute corker of a movie which shows the satirical slant on the criminal underworld. The inept actions of gangs underplay the darkness of Johnny Lee Miller`s psycotic feud with Rhys Evans. Lots of Nostalgia in the Karaoke scenes and the diamond heist has to be one of the funniest double entendres on screen. A real catchphrase fest and for me better than anything Guy Ritchie has produced. Having said all that go and watch Sexy Beast by the same crew and witness some real evil.
Brillaint!! better than anything from Guy Ritchie