Fakers (2004)

Saddled with a 50,000 which he has only four days to pay off before suffering grievous bodily harm, a petty London criminal attempts to carry out an ingenious art scam in director Richard Janes' spirited caper comedy. Nick Blake… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: April 2, 2004
DVD Release Date: August 21, 2007
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Kevin Crust
Los Angeles Times

The scenario isn't entirely plausible, but the actors are engaging and you can't beat the running time.

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David Cornelius

Fakers is pleasant, passable entertainment, even if it's all too lightweight.

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Empire Magazine

With so many high standing peers (both contemporary and classic), it just doesn't have the muscle or the nous to make an impression.

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Paul Malcolm
L.A. Weekly

Such artless inattention to the con man's craft might be overlooked if any of the characters or performers had the personality to pull one over on us, the audience.

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Christopher Null

just doesn't have enough pep or twists to maintain interest in the long run.

Jamie Russell

All blag and no substance.

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Derek Adams
Time Out

Paul Gerstenberger's amusingly waggish screenplay keeps one attuned.

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Ed Gonzalez
Slant Magazine

This idiotic crime comedy begins as a heated Sophia Petrillo flashback only to continue as a lobotomized Guy Ritchie caper.

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