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Gangsters, Gamblers & Geezers – Brand New Trailer!

Sometimes you can come across a small, independent film that will blow you away. A film that has the wit, gravitas and talent to make you question your life choices and either send you into a spiral of depression over the fact that you’ll never be able to make something of your life that comes even remotely close to what has been achieved, or motivate you into creating something even better.

The first trailer for Gangsters, Gamblers & Geezers has a similar effect on your psyche, but for entirely opposite reasons. This film looks bad. Not just bad, but a portent of the coming apocalypse which will lay waste to films left, right and centre.

The film looks to be sharing a similar story to Convenience, two friends rack up a load of debt and decide to become criminals in order to pay it off. Unfortunately, while Convenience had a small cast of talented actors, 3G (I can’t be bothered to write the full title) appears to be aiming for quantity over quality, with a number cutting their teeth in various soap operas before joining the film.

If that doesn’t warn you off, the number of women caked in fake tan, enough make up to suffocate a clown and wearing low-cut tops will do.

This film looks to be a travesty for British Independent Cinema.

Gangsters, Gamblers & Geezers is out in the UK September 20th

3 thoughts on “Gangsters, Gamblers & Geezers – Brand New Trailer!

    1. Viewed at a free screening and I felt ripped off.Infantile teen comedy knock off of Snatch & Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels. Written as a vehicle for forgotten about and wannabe “celebrities” with little to no acting experience and it shows.The badly cast caricature gangster theme is ridiculous to the nth degree,the villains attempting to be menacing but never quite managing to carry it off. I found some amusement from the gypsy gang but no doubt the stereotypical portrayal will be viewed as racist rather than funny by the traveling community. Professional fantasist Dave Courtney’s performance as Terry is strangely unconvincing, I say strangely as he has been pretending to be a gangster for 25 years and still cant pull it off. If this truly had a budget of £1.8 million a cannot see where it was spent and feel for the investors. I cannot work out the target audience. primary school humour with a level of violence and offensive dialogue which precludes primary school kids from watching. I also feel compelled to warn others not to waste their time on this.

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  1. Viewed at a free screening and I felt ripped off.Infantile teen comedy knock off of Snatch & Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels. Written as a vehicle for forgotten about and wannabe “celebrities” with little to no acting experience and it shows.The badly cast caricature gangster theme is ridiculous to the nth degree,the villains attempting to be menacing but never quite managing to carry it off. I found some amusement from the gypsy gang but no doubt the stereotypical portrayal will be viewed as racist rather than funny by the traveling community. Professional fantasist Dave Courtney’s performance as Terry is strangely unconvincing, I say strangely as he has been pretending to be a gangster for 25 years and still cant pull it off. If this truly had a budget of £1.8 million a cannot see where it was spent and feel for the investors. I cannot work out the target audience. primary school humour with a level of violence and offensive dialogue which precludes primary school kids from watching. I also feel compelled to warn others not to waste their time on this.

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