The Business
The Business (2005)

Frankie, is a young lad on the run from the high-rise ghettos of South London, to a new life in the Costa Del Sol with nothing but a tin stuffed full of cash in his hand luggage. Having no idea that this delivery of cash, to super-suave… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: September 2, 2005
DVD Release Date: September 30, 2008
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Urban Cinefile

A rootin' tootin' no holds barred Brit crime thriller, The Business succeeds by sheer thuggish intent.

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Rich Cline
Shadows on the Wall

Engaging, even though it lacks a single likeable character and is packed with cliches.

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Joe Utichi

Will have a hard time appealing, even, to the Ladsy audience it's unmistakably made for.

Matthew Turner

Danny Dyer tones down his usual swaggering cockney act and gives a genuinely sympathetic performance - his relationship with Tamar Hassan's Charlie is surprisingly touching.

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Flixster Audience Score: 84% Flixster User Reviews
Phil Hubbs
Another British gangster flick filled with more cockneys than a south east cafe, Nick Love is at it again like his best mate Ritchie and to be fair to him he… More
jay nixon
Very routine B crime drama.
Lady D'arbanville
One of Danny Dyer's better films and certainly Nick Love's best. It's a harsh lesson to the quick rise and fall of an underworld lifestyle,… More
Dean McKenna
This British/Spanish movie is more crime on drugs than <i>Casino</i>, more guns than <i>GoodFellas</i>, more swearing than… More
Dean King
Far from being in the same league as Goodfellas, Casino. However this is an enjoyable British film showing the rise and fall of an East London gangster getting… More
Roy Gutteridge
The Business is refreshingly violent and at one point, bloody gory as hell -- but it's also extremely funny, engaging and above all entertaining.