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Yardie is a movie starring Antwayne Eccleston, Fraser James, and Aml Ameen. British crime drama film directed by Idris Elba based on the novel of the same name by Jamaican-born writer Victor Headley.

Genres
Crime, Drama
Director
Idris Elba
Starring
Rayon McLean, Aml Ameen, Fraser James, Antwayne Eccleston

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Product details

Genres Crime, Drama
Director Idris Elba
Writer Martin Stellman, Brock Norman Brock, Victor Headley
Stars Rayon McLean, Aml Ameen, Fraser James, Antwayne Eccleston
Country UK
Also Known As Jamajczyk
Runtime 1 h 41 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description British crime drama film directed by Idris Elba based on the novel of the same name by Jamaican-born writer Victor Headley.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 07 Jul 2020 03:17

As usual, the only cast member who really stood out was David Caruso. He really gave the film its edge and showed that he had talent that he had shown on the big screen in "Superman Returns". The story itself is nothing new, but what does stand out is how it is told. It's a classic underdog story and it has a few twists and turns along the way. It does feature a couple of comedic moments, but nothing too over-the-top. The performances are solid, but there is no question about the chemistry between the two leads. Caruso and Russell Crowe are both talented and their characters are very likable and realistic. The comedy is really what makes the movie work, so what you will notice is how well it matches the story. There is a very good mixture of comedy and drama, but the comedy doesn't fall flat. There are a couple of scenes where the drama takes a back seat to the comedy, but most of the drama takes place during the fighting scenes. The fighting scenes are choreographed beautifully, and they work incredibly well. The fight choreography is very well thought out, and the fights are very intense and fast paced. The fight choreography is well choreographed and very well done. As expected, the fight choreography is the main strength of the film. The cinematography is also pretty good, as it provides the best look to the fights. The editing is very good. It moves at a quick pace and provides a good rhythm to the film. The music by Hans Zimmer is very good. Overall, this is a very good movie, but not a masterpiece. It's definitely a winner, but it's not going to be as big a hit as it was for "American History X" or "The Fighter". It's an okay movie that will entertain you, but it's not going to be a classic. It's worth a watch for Caruso fans, but I don't see it going to be very popular. 8/10
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 03:39

As is always the case with the Tarantino films, some of them are far more enjoyable than others. This one was quite different, as I found it extremely slow and boring. The first part of the film was much more interesting, but it was only as it progressed did I really feel that this was a Tarantino film. I'm not sure if I liked it or not, but I really did. Not because it was Tarantino, but because it was boring. Not a single joke was delivered, and the dialogue was very dull. I felt very little tension, and the scenes between the main character and the criminal seemed very lazy. I found myself wishing for some action, but there wasn't any. The ending was also pretty disappointing. The guy who was going to kill the main character had been killed by the main character himself, and the man he had been trying to get the job from had been killed by the main character. It was just a huge let down. I really think the writers could have worked a lot more with the characters and their scenes. I understand that Tarantino likes to keep things simple, but this film was just too slow. I also think the ending is a bit of a let down, as I felt like Tarantino was almost giving the main character the whole "job" of killing him. This would have made the ending much more satisfying, but instead Tarantino decided to end it with a bunch of random people walking out of a bar. They could have easily left the main character to be killed, and just added a bunch of random people to the scene. I think it was a little too sudden. But I guess the best part of the film is the final shootout. It was quite a good idea, and it was rather exciting. The movie really does have it's funny moments, and the director does a good job with that. Overall, I really don't think I would recommend this film to anyone. I'm not saying you have to like Tarantino, but I think if you have no real interest in the movies or in Tarantino, you won't enjoy it. It's a lot like the movie you liked, and the one you hated, in that regard. You'll probably like it more if you liked the one you hated. Just remember, if you hate it, you'll probably enjoy it more.


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