Daylight Robbery (15)

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Time Out rating:

<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>1</span>/5

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Time Out says

Tue Aug 26 2008

The title of this foul-mouthed and derivative Brit crime caper (in which Barry from ‘EastEnders’ is a highlight) could be referring to one of three things: 1) the ‘robbery’ that takes place during ‘daylight’ by a band of single-trait mockney goons at the centre of this thrill-neutral howler; 2) a description of what the makers of this film have done to all the characters, ideas and set-pieces from ‘The Great Escape’, ‘Dog Day Afternoon’, ‘Killing Zoe’ and Guy Ritchie’s entire oeuvre; and 3) the exact expression that you’re likely to utter if you pay for a ticket to see this utter garbage. It may even be all three.
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Release details

Rated:

15

UK release:

Fri Aug 29, 2008

Duration:

98 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Paris Leonti

Screenwriter:

Paris Leonti

Cast:

Geoff Bell, Vas Blackwood, Robert Boulter, Max Brown, Antonio Gil

Cinematography:

Milton Kam

Music:

Richard Chester

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demondude

Can we see what Simon G has done for Brit Cinema Please?? I think that his comments are a bit harsh, given this film has provided an alternative to the usual Brit Crap Films of late.. And that 95% of the public reviews on watch-movie have given a thumbs up and rated Daylight Robbery 8.2/10. They are world users and can be trusted with an opinion. Simon G is typical of the brainless Brit Twats that inhabit the country and slag off their own.. I wonder what he spends his spare time doing?? Possibly pulling his little brain out!!! Simon G, you twat!! I'm ashamed to think that you are British......and an A*sh*le one at that..

Simon G

This might be the worst tripe I've had the misfortune of seeing in the past five years. I'm ashamed to be english and more ashamed to call 'Paris' a english film-maker. Give us our money back!