February 10, 2006 (Limited)
Rated R for strong sexual content, pervasive language and drug use, and some violence
When Syd (Chris Evans) learns that his ex-girlfriend London (Jessica Biel) is leaving New York without telling him, he responds by impulsively crashing her going away party. Once there though, rather than confront her, he holes up in the bathroom with a pile of cocaine and Bateman (Jason Statham), an enigmatic Englishman he barely knows. As the two engaged in a drug-fueled conversation that runs the gamut from anarchy to S&M to the meaning of...
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After months of sleepless nights waiting in anticipation, my dreams were finally realized when Hunter Richards' film London finally arrived on the big screen. You might ask, what is London, I've never heard of it? Well, up until about two weeks ago neither had I, and for good reason. I can easily say that London is the worst film I have seen so far this year. While I am only choosing from about five films, it seems unlikely that London will climb the ranks anytime soon. London is the epitome of an unnecessary film, devoid of anything interesting enough to warrant making a movie about. The acting isn't horrible, neither is the script, yet throughout the film I found myself hoping that a large bird of prey would fly down and gouge out my eyes so that I wouldn't have to watch any more. Although a little dramatic (there typically are no birds of prey in movie theaters), it is not too far from the truth.
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