Well the movie will win no Oscars; but it was entertaining cute! I enjoyed and think you will too, unless you hate British slang or minor nudity etc...Hope you give it a chance and have fun watching a the movie. Some will not do to some nudity and cursing as well British English may be more than some can understand since so many have limited minds on how people are to speak or express themselves and the puritan mindset which makes the human form a taboo in much of the US. But if you are not prude and self limiting then you should enjoy this as fun and easy to watch movie. It does point out <more>
the aspects of unintended consequences that can happen when you make choices.
Today I watched the movie "Plastic" made by the British Cinema in collaboration with the American's; was a fine movie with a group of four men steal the credit card and enjoy their lives. One day they stole the card of a mafia man and fell into the trouble and once they try to recover they went more deep into the pit and ultimately made a master plan and finally two of them were caught by the police and two went away. The entire movie was based on a true story about diamond theft and was very well filmed and really the British took the lead. The cast, the story, the way it <more>
unfolded and the direction all were very good. I never like British movies except the Bond movies, but this one really make the mark. The tricks they group played on the Prince of Brunei, was excellent and very funny. The cast really played their part and it was a good time to enjoy. I recommend this movie to everyone as it's a good entertainment. I will give this movie 8 out of 10.
Four young London men, seeing their future limited by poor job prospects, develop a cottage industry of cloning credit cards. When two of them extend their activity to stealing a briefcase from the accountant of a rather unsavoury gangster, the four of them find that they have inadvertently incurred a rather large debt which carries with it the promise of severe physical retribution. Their only hope is to recruit a young woman who works for a credit card company and go for the cards of big spenders. In Miami.The character dynamics in this tale allegedly based on a true story contain no <more>
surprises - we have the hero-type, his decent back-up guy, the dozy one, and the unreliable and somewhat duplicitous one. But the plot roams all over the place, and you are never quite sure how it is going to end up. The young cast does quite well.I quite enjoyed it, although I think some aspects of the story don't bear very close examination, and I can imagine that there are those who will be annoyed by it. There is a lot of swearing and a bit of nudity and drug taking. Oh, and of course there is a fair amount of violence and crime.