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Peter Mullan Peter Mullan
Joseph
Archie Lal Archie Lal
Post Office Cashier
Jag Sanghera Jag Sanghera
Gurav
Paul Conway Paul Conway
Terry
Lee Rufford Lee Rufford
Paul
Olivia Colman Olivia Colman
Hannah


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Paddy Considine Paddy Considine
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5 years, 5 months ago at Feb 12 2:43
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Tyrannosaur is a fucking tough film not for the fucking weak of heart. It's fucking gritty, fucking solid, fucking muscular with all the fucking veins popped out, with all the anger fucking loose!

My apologies there, I was simply following the theme of the film. You see even before the film starts proper, Joseph makes George Carlin spin in his grave by giving his 7 dirty words a two f... read more

Considine as director goes off to a flying start!

6 years, 7 months ago at Dec 12 23:26
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Let’s face it, there is always the release of at least one British film that is simply adored by critics but at the same time, is extremely underrated by the majority of the public. These films are mostly ones that are directorial debuts and perhaps aren’t entirely appreciated to start off with despite the critical acclaim. Anyway, in the case of Tyrannosaur, it is unfortunately another one of... read more

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5 years, 8 months ago at Nov 12 3:52
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Emotionally devastating and rewarding, a study of desperate individuals with seemingly nothing to lose, "Tyrannosaur" is one to put on your watch list. Now. Featuring electrifying performances from Peter Mullan, Olivia Coleman, and the criminally underused Eddie Marsan, it is as riveting as it is disturbing and shocking.

Joseph (Peter Mullan) is a man seething with rage and conte... read more
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Joseph (Peter Mullan), a tormented, self-destructive man plagued by violence, finds hope of redemption in Hannah (Olivia Colman), a Christian charity-shop worker he meets one day while fleeing an altercation. Initially derisive of her faith and presumed idyllic existence, Joseph nonetheless returns to the shop and soon realizes that Hannah's life is anything but placid. As a relationship develops, they come to understand the deep pain in each other's lives.
Release date: 7 October 2011
Tags: 2011 (6), Drama (4), 2010s (3), (3), Prayer (2), Rape (2), Wife Beater (2), Charity Shop (2), Dog (2), Abuse (2), British (2), Anger (2), Alcohol (2), SnP (1), Film4 (1), Abusive Husband (1), Paul Popplewell (1), Baseball Bat (1), Powerful (1), Eddie Marsan (1)
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johanlefourbe posted a review 2 months, 2 weeks ago

A good movie

“Since I kept hearing some really good things about this movie, I was really eager to check it out. At first, I thought it would be a heartbreaking portrayal of a violent and pathetic man, the kind of movies you watch half fascinated by the work done by the leader actor and half disgusted by the antics of the main character. Eventually, it turned out to be  slightly more subtle than I expected as the guy constantly switched between being seriously destructive and being actually almost kind and sweet. I have to admit that I was not so sure if I really cared about the mood swings which were, in my opinion, slightly too convenient for the plot. Still, there is not denying that Peter Mullan, easily one of the most underrated actors that ever lived, gave another really strong performance and th” read more

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