44 Inch Chest

44 Inch Chest 2010

44-inch chest is a provocative, outrageously profane and surprisingly tender film amidst an explosion of unbridled testosterone. The movie explores the masculine ego at breaking point, testing whether fear is stronger than love. Colin (Ray Winstone) is in ago…
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Frequent strong coarse language, violence and sexual references

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44-inch chest is a provocative, outrageously profane and surprisingly tender film amidst an explosion of unbridled testosterone. The movie explores the masculine ego at breaking point, testing whether fear is stronger than love. Colin (Ray Winstone) is in agony, shattered by his wife's (Joanne Whalley) infidelity. However, he has friends who do more than stand by; they kidnap his wife's French lover and hold him prisoner so that Colin can restore his manhood with revenge.

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  • We were enjoying the interaction and chats between the cast of characters, particular Ian McShane, but this one lost us when it went to the dream sequences. It's rated MA with warnings for language, so don't bother if you can't handle lots of strong language.

  • Well I guess I should have known from the title that this is a Real Man's Movie and not a chick flick. I thought Ray Winstone and John Hurt would only act with decent scripts. Wrong. Swearing was so out there it wasn't real or even funny.

  • Not very impressed - the description did not say it was a 4 person stage play.

  • What a crappy movie!!! Decided to watch it on a Saturday night. Thought it would be suitable for my husband as it was billed as 'testoserone fuelled'. I'm not a wowser, but the language was 'over the top' offensive and it was sooooo boring we didn't even obther to finish watching it to the end.

  • I always felt as if I was watching a stage play, it had that overacted sort of feel that often occurs on the stage. The acting was very good but I never felt any of them were really in the environment they were supposed to portray. Hard core criminals playing at philosophy, but it just didn't quite work. All actors are very capable of playing hard men but in this it seemed like they were pretending and the use of profane language actually made them sound unbelievable, not tough. Still worth a watch tho, it's different.

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