Broken Law

2017

Crime / Drama

118
IMDb Rating 5.1 10 N/A

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Gemma-Leah Devereux as Amia McNamara
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by joeryan-83624 10 / 10 / 10

Great modern Irish movie

If you're a fan of Love/Hate you'll like this. Great atmosphere, good modern dialog and I enjoyed the humour. Look forward to more from this production, keep it coming...

Reviewed by TopDawgCritic 3 / 10 / 10

A surprisingly awesome movie

I was actually going to pass on this one due to the low rating, but chose to search online for the trailer first (not sure why there isn't one on here) and it looked pretty good. I also clicked on the Rotten Tomatoes link and then decided to give this one a go after seeing real critics have this at 100% fresh. I'm sure glad I did. So this little B-grade gem is a crowd-funded indie film by newb (only a few short prior films) Irish filmmaker Paddy Slatter, who makes his first full length feature film debut as writer, director and producer. I have to say, the selection of good films during these turbulent times is slim to none, and Slatter sure stepped up with Broken Law. This film was so well put together, I had difficulty finding much negative to critique. For that matter, it was better than some films I've seen lately with Hollywood budgets, A-list actors put together by seasoned filmmakers. Right from the start, I noticed the great soundtrack and score. The pacing was decent for its 85 min runtime and the suspense flowed constantly and smoothly start to finish. Cinematography and camera shots were on point. The directing seemed it was from a seasoned director. The casting of mainly novice actors I've never heard of was great, and every single actor was convincing in their role. Now the writing... yes, these type of stories have been done before, but this one has some nice "wow" and "umm" moments. I even laughed out loud a bunch of times at the light but just right humor. The story felt very real and the constant twists and suspense had my anxiety levels high the entire film. Being written by a newb filmmaker makes it that much more impressive. Paddy Slatter deserves high praise and mad respect for wearing many hats and being able to pull off such a little gem. He certainly is an up-and-coming filmmaker to watch out for. It's a well deserved 9/10 from me. To see how I rate films or see more of my 1000+ reviews, click on my account name.

Reviewed by admhr-04373 3 / 10 / 10

Painful.

I rarely write negative reviews but this film was painful, they tried to cram everything into 90 minutes and managed to achieve little. The soundtrack was the best part of the movie but actually got in the way as they appeared to want to cram in as much music as possible. The plot was interesting but never developed, neither were the characters. If the movie had been an hour longer and better developed it could have been great.

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