Love, Honour And Obey
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Jonny is a postman, living a nothing life in a nothing place, but dreaming of excitement. He edges his way into a gang of North London criminals through his best friend Jude, the nephew of crime-lord Ray Kreed. Jonny is frustrated to find Ray and the "family" are more interested in wedding preparations and karaoke, than leading the adrenaline-fueled gangster life that he expects. Impatient for a taste of some action, Jonny takes matters into his own hands.
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 27%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Such a complete waste of time it seems appropriate to write a eulogy to the dear departed British crime caper."
‑ Peter Howell, Toronto Star
"...suffers from just the sort of overindulgence that is sometimes associated with people who direct their own material."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"Love, Honour and Obey feels more like a home video that some kids cooked up in their backyard."
‑ Rachel Gordon, Filmcritic.com
"What were they thinking?"
‑ Angie Errigo, Empire Magazine
"A bizarre mixture of brutal violence and whimsical farce."
‑ Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter
"The scriptwriters walk the fine line between comedy and drama with varying degrees of success."
‑ Andrew Howe, eFilmCritic.com
"Embarrassingly jumpy shifts from humour to menace... one of the most incompetently made films of all time"
‑ Ian Waldron-Mantgani, UK Critic
"Despite some rough patches, it's a pretty entertaining ride."
‑ Maitland McDonagh, TV Guide's Movie Guide
"Superhumanly awful BBC bottom-feeder."
‑ Dennis Lim, Village Voice
"Has less ain't-it-cool flash than Guy Ritchie's hyperkinetic Snatch, but more satiric soul."
‑ Bob Thompson, Jam! Movies
"The entire shebang rapidly deteriorates into a series of gags about flatulence and Viagra."
‑ Clark Collis, Empire Magazine
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