Whole Lotta Sole

Whole Lotta Sole

Whole Lotta Sole

From the writer-director of Hotel Rwanda comes this UK crime comedy about a father in debt to the mob who finds himself in a police standoff after robbing the wrong fish market. Stars Brendan Fraser, Yaya Alafia (The Kids Are All Right) and Martin McCann (Clash of the Titans).

2011Rating: M, contains violence & offensive language90 minsUK
ComedyDrama
72%
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Reviews & comments

Funny lighthearted drama

This is both a drama and comedy, not too over the top but worth a look. The story is a bit weak but as long as you do not get too serious about it, you should come away with a smile at the finish. My rating would be 3.5 stars but flicks do not allow that yet (or I have not figured how to do halfs yet).

4.0
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Variety

Variety

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Starts pleasantly if formulaically enough, then loses its grip amid a series of plot contrivances that mix uninspired broad humor with melodramatic and sentimental elements.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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An uncharacteristically lighthearted entry from Terry George that piles on the Irish whimsy but satisfies on its own modest terms.

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Variety

Variety

press

Starts pleasantly if formulaically enough, then loses its grip amid a series of plot contrivances that mix uninspired broad humor with melodramatic and sentimental elements.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

An uncharacteristically lighthearted entry from Terry George that piles on the Irish whimsy but satisfies on its own modest terms.

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Funny lighthearted drama

This is both a drama and comedy, not too over the top but worth a look. The story is a bit weak but as long as you do not get too serious about it, you should come away with a smile at the finish. My rating would be 3.5 stars but flicks do not allow that yet (or I have not figured how to do halfs yet).

4.0
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