Thursday, 30 October 2008
UK Release date: 7 November 2008
Starring: Ed "Hulk" Norton, Colin "Feck" Farrell, Jon "Angie I love you all is forgiven just ask the spinach" Voight
Norton: So, what do you think?
Farrell: About what, feck?
Norton: My anger. Is it angry enough?
Farrell: What the feck're you talking about, y'fecking eedjit?
Norton: In the film poster. I'm going for serious angry. Not Hulk angry, that would be too much. But not broody angry either, like in 25th Hour. That wouldn't be enough. I'm looking for something a bit Primal Fear - y'know angry with a dash of crazy - and a bit American X. Misplaced righteous angry. D'you know what I'm saying Colin?
Farrell: Feck if I do, yeh? Feck.
Voight: Ed. Eeeeed. Ed. What is the matter Ed? Edddie. Edward. Eeeeed.
Farrell: Ye've got a great big wodge o'feckin spinach in there teeth there, boyo fiddle-de-dee. Feck.
Voight: I'm playing a vagrant off Broadway in two years. Getting started on research. Ignore it. Have you seen Angelina Jolie-Pitt by the way?
Farrell: Oh yes I have and she is a feckin foine looking woman there, be'gads feck.
Voight: That's my estranged daughter you're drooling over buddy. Watch it. But yes, she is hot. And I love her dearly. Angie, if you can hear me baby all is forgiven!
Norton: Jon, do you think I've hit just the right anger notes on the Pride and Glory poster?
Voight: You have indeed. Any more angry and I'd have wet myself. Any less and I'd have punched you in the face for looking at me funny.
Norton: Good. That's good, wet yourself, that's a good balance, thanks.
Voight: What's this film about again?
Norton: You should know, you're in it.
Voight: Oh no, I don't read anyone else's lines and I have so few that I don't usually know what's going on in these roles.
Norton: Colin, do you know what it's about?
Farrell: Me? Feck me, no, fer feck's sake, I just do it fer the money and the fame and to keep meself in fags is all don't ye know fiddle-de-dee.
Norton: Great, so no-one knows what this stupid film's about. Now I'm really angry.
Voight: That's good. Go with that.
Norton: Is it? Great. Make-up! No, give me that, I'll do a better job...
Shatner rating: Denny Crane
Should I bother? Maybe. But it would have been better with Christopher Walken in the Voight role.