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Four (2011 film)

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Four
Four2011.jpg
Directed byJohn Langridge
Produced byCraig Conway
Written byPaul Chronnell
StarringMartin Compston
Craig Conway
Kierston Wareing
Sean Pertwee
Music byRaiomond Mirza
CinematographyAdrian Brown
Edited byJohn Langridge
Ben King
Production
company
Oh My! Productions Ltd
Release date
  • 21 October 2011 (2011-10-21)
Running time
85 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
Budget£500,000

Four is a British independent film directed by John Langridge and released in 2011.

Plot

A jealous husband hires a movie-obsessed detective to kidnap his wife's lover and bring him to a derelict factory to administer some 'rough justice.' Once there, the husband discovers the detective has a revelation of his own. He has kidnapped the husband's wife as well.[1]

Cast

Reviews

The film was released to mixed reviews and currently holds a 4.2 score on IMDb.

Total Film's Paul Bradshaw wrote, "With just four actors, a single setting and more twists than a bag full of pretzels, John Langridge’s grimy lo-fi debut is almost smart, taut and nasty enough to bid for the Tarantino comparisons he’s obviously after."[2] The Evening Standard's Derek Malcolm found the film "over-ambitious", starting "as an offbeat thriller with pseudo-Pinterish dialogue" and ending up "much like a horror movie."[3]

Writing in The Guardian Mark Kermode praised the film, acknowledging that "John Langridge's tortuously twisted warehouse-bound tale of a cuckolded husband seeking vengeance on his wife's lover does at least attempt to get the very most out of very little",[4] while The Independent wrote that the script "meditates on male insecurity and possessiveness", acknowledging however that "the attempt at menace unwisely borrows quotations from Hollywood movies, [a fact] that make [the movie] sound rather wannabe in consequence.”[5]

Time Out's Tom Huddleston wrote that "the cast make the best" of a script that is "as uninspired as the plot, all muttered threats, cockernee slang and an initially amusing, increasingly wearying overuse of the F-word."[6]

References

  1. ^ "Finished projects", TenSixtyEight.com, 2011
  2. ^ Four, Total Film, 19 October 2011
  3. ^ Four review The Evening Standard, 21 October 2011
  4. ^ [1], The Guardian, 06 May 2012
  5. ^ Four, The Independent, 21 October 2011
  6. ^ Four DVD review, Time Out, 19 September 2012

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