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Uploaded on May 6, 2009
The Guide Book says its a must see... and so is this film.
In Bruges (2008) - Bring your sense of humor.
Colin Farrel plays a typical Dublin Irish lad - I've lived with a few. And most if not all of them are politically incorrect. If you try and take the film itself as a political joke you'll walk out very upset. In all actuality they just really captured the character. He goes after fats, blacks, midgets, and its all at the end of the day, very funny, if you don't mind taking one on the cheek. Other characters in the film (especially Brendan Gleeson) maintain PC. His (Farrel's) character is a bit young and brash and immature, not helped by a terrible deed he's done before the events of the film. In all actuality the movie is a cracker with a bit of serious and a lot of dark humor. Or humour, for you Euros.