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Harry Brown

In this film, Harry Brown is experimenting with the Marines and Northern Ireland. Harry spends the rest of his life in London playing chess with his friend, trying to lead a normal life during that time. Over time, a violent gang kills his friend, so Harry decided to find his way to revenge.
Duration: 103 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2013
IMDb: 7.2
Keywords:  #Daniel Barber #David Bradley #Emily Mortimer #Marv Films #Michael Caine #UK Film Council
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Arizona Republic
May 27, 2010
It's simply the tale of a man who decides to do something and sticks to his guns, so to speak. That the man is played by Michael Caine is what makes it worthwhile.
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July 18, 2010
Harry Brown is a more meditative take on garden variety exploitation, but its attraction lies in the same guilty pleasure centers of the brain that exult in a kind of movie violence that is the very opposite of senseless.
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September 04, 2010
By the end, it's turned from a geriatric Death Wish into a one-dimensional Taxi Driver...
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Boston Globe
June 10, 2010
After a long run of baroquely plotted crime dramas like Layer Cake and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, it's a little depressing to come across a vigilante drama whose sole twist is its protagonist's advanced age.
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San Diego Union-Tribune
August 11, 2010
Although Caine lives up to expectations in this nicely crafted (though violent) film, the oversimplified story he's given to work with keeps it from the top of Caine's impressive filmography.
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Rolling Stone
May 14, 2010
In Gran Torino, Eastwood took on the moral issues that screenwriter Gary Young and first-time director Daniel Barber studiously avoid. It's the difference between riveting and repellent.
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August 13, 2010
A lot to digest stylistically and narratively, but Harry Brown is developed in an ever-increasing, shock-inducing manner and is undeniably successful.
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Globe and Mail
May 21, 2010
On one side, it's all compellingly believable; on the other, it's simply incredible. We do our best to straddle the rift but, in the end, the gulf proves too wide, the contrast too great, and a tumbling movie takes us down with it.
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Toronto Star
May 20, 2010
The film ranks right up there with Sleuth, Get Carter and Mona Lisa as being amongst CaineĆ¢(TM)s toughest and best performances.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
July 01, 2010
A very good film -- albeit very violent and bloody -- and contains yet another splendid Michael Caine performance. I'm not complaining too much based on those grounds alone.
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August 15, 2010
"[Caine] elevates this grim vigilante-fest from pretty darn good to essential viewing."
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Seattle Times
July 01, 2010
Caine, that master of gentle sadness, lets us know Harry immediately as a good man trying to get by -- and trying to understand what seems like madness.
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