London Calling (2020)

Ron Perlman, Malcolm McDowell, Leven Rambin, Vinnie Jones,
The Big Ugly is a movie starring Vinnie Jones, Ron Perlman, and Nicholas Braun. Anglo-American relations go bad when London mob bosses invest in a West Virginia oil deal in hopes of laundering dirty money.
  • 4.2 /10.0 IMDB Rating:
  • DatePublished:
  • 2018-12-20 Added:
  • Writer:
  • Scott Wiper, Director:
  • Karri O'Reilly, Tarquin Pack, Producer:

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5 / 10

Two Smoking Barrels of Rye?

Hard-Guy Vinney, soccer-player-turned-actor just about acquits himself here. The W. Virginia location looked good, as did the contributions of his screen-partners Ron Perlman, as aged London gang-leader, "Harris" , and Malcolm McDowell, red-neck oilman's-leader, "Preston". The clash of culture between limey metropolitan gangster and backwoods oil-man, with an unexpected ecological & ideological tinge was always going to be a pretty difficult one - as it proved. The real disappointment here was the Plot, which started OK enough, but really was grasping for straws a long time before the last reel of film.

7 / 10

Very Disappointing !

I must admit when i saw the casting i was expecting at least some great moments of acting between the Trio Mac Dowell, Pearlman and Jones and i'm sorry to say i didn't have that.... This movie is bad from the core : the script is poorly written, there's is no good dialogue so no good acting moment possible between protagonists. Lots of useless scenes. The editing is lazy. The music choice is lame most of the time (all the time!). I watched it to the end hoping for something good happen to save it a little bit but it didn't come.... Very disappointing and very Boring... i put 3 stars for the 3 stars in it....

7 / 10

Much better than I expected

I was initially interested in this because of an article about it being filmed in the area of Morehead, KY. Malcolm McDowell's son was so bored spending time in Morehead that he requested to go home rather than spend another night walking around in the local Walmart. I don't blame him.

I started out watching out of morbid B movie curiosity, but eventually warmed up to the story. I've known guys like "Junior" IRL and in many movies.Immediately upon meeting Junior, I knew this movie version would probably be getting his comeuppance in the end. However, I didn't know how everyone else's story would play out. There were a lot of small stories being woven into the picture and those are what kept me around. I don't feel it was time wasted.

I think this is my first review. I only wrote it because I thought some of the others were much too harsh.

10 / 10

slow with a big bang

This movie starts off slow and kinda boring but if you are a real movie fan, you can spot a movie that will not disappoint.the characters are top class,btw the plot is not about junior,the ending is classic, makes you forget about the begining.

4 / 10

ugly mess

From the beginning there's lazy narration, lazy character introductions, nothing really happening.. the women are reduced to objects, the men just kinda grunt and barely do much. Some guy gets shot in a barn for seems like no reason at all. A movie is supposed to be visual/ moving... but the characters just sit around the whole time talking to each other about the same thing over and over. There's no real character goals. Who is the hero? Vinnie Jones or Nicholas Braun? Who is the villain? Junior or Ron Perlman? Really didn't know who to root for or against. Leven Rambin was very underutilized. I was expecting an awesome Vinnie Jones vs deliverance backcountry Appalachia, violent, action packed and instead got a snooze fest. Also I feel like The Gentlemen is basically the same movie idea but done much better and with way more clever dialogue and scenes.