Plastic review

A group of small-time crooks fall foul of a powerful crime lord and have to pull off their biggest job yet to pay their debts…

Sound familiar? Trading the mean streets of East London for the picture-postcard hotspots of Miami, Plastic remains a Brit crime flick in the well-worn Lock, Stock tradition.

Trouble is, much as it tries to prove otherwise, it’s nowhere near as subversive, stylish or witty as Guy Ritchie’s debut – hampered by thoroughly unlikeable characters that not even its talented young cast (Ed Speleers, Will Poulter, Alfie Allen) can make you root for.



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