Calibre

2018

Thriller

35
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 7900

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Director

Cast

Tony Curran as Logan McClay
Martin McCann as Marcus
Jack Lowden as Vaughn
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851.79 MB
1280*682
English
NR
24 fps
1hr 41 min
P/S 22 / 292
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1920*1024
English
NR
24 fps
1hr 41 min
P/S 40 / 196

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Harrison Tweed (Top Dawg) 8 / 10

Very well acted and directed, but too long and slowly paced

This film this was a surprisingly well made B-grade British thriller by novice director and writer Matt Palmer, of which this is his first full length feature film. It's a shame though that the producers felt the need to add so many clearly fake reviews to fool their potential audience. We're not dumb and it's easy enough to click on the 10/10 users name and see it's their only review. Nevertheless, the directing and acting shined, the cinematography was great and together was enough to keep the viewer elevated in suspense throughout the entire film. The writing was decent but a little predictable. It did however end with a nice questionable 'next scene' to leave the viewer with their own conclusion. All actors where outstanding in their roles and very convincing in their characters. This film was cast perfectly. My main complaint was the overly long 101 min length with the extremely slow pace. This film should have been edited down to a max of 80-90 mins, or played back at 1.5x speed. This would have increased the suspense and tension and made the film more enjoyable. It's an honest and well deserved 8.5/10 from me, rounded down to an 8 for the fake reviews.

Reviewed by nowego 9 / 10

Unexpected Gem

Before watching this movie I came here and read the one and only glowing review and looked at the voting and saw that out of 43 votes 46% had voted 10. Unfortunately, based on past experience, a high rating with that few votes and one glowing review are normally huge red flags for me on IMDb. Vote rigging has become a big problem on here and I very nearly dismissed this movie based on these red flags.

Happily I ignored the red flags and sat down to watch what I thought might be a waste of time and got a very nice surprise.

Just about everything about this movie was as close to perfect as you can get, some of the cinematography was simply awesome, it made me want to be there. There are always going to be flaws and holes in the plot, but this simple story only had a few minor ones that didn't detract from the movie at all.

Tony Curran, I have seen many times before and I always expect good acting from him. Martin McCann, Jack Lowden, Ian Pirie and Kate Bracken did a really good job and their acting was of a very high standard along with the rest of the cast. All did a great job.

This movie tells a very real story with realism you only see in top end productions. It had me glued to the screen almost from start to finish, not many movies do that for me.

Highly recommended, but not for the squeamish. Even though there isn't really any over the top on screen violence in the movie, I still felt it was pretty gruesome. I really felt for the two main protagonists in places, but felt the ending was right.

Easily a 9/10 for me, 100 minutes well spent.

Reviewed by evemhayes 9 / 10

Felt compelled to write my first IMBD review....

This was an excellent movie. Tense and atmospheric from the start, you could sense from the beginning that something pretty dark was going to happen. I thought the acting was excellent from the entire cast especially the lead character. I really found myself feeling for these 2 characters and the very unenviable position they had found themselves in.... it was completely gripping and made for some uncomfortable viewing at times. I check all my Netflix choices on IMDB first yet have never actually left a review. Was surprised at the very average 6.6 rating so thought I'd do my bit to share what a fab film this is. If you like your movies tense, gripping & well acted go for it you won't be disappointed.

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