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    In Bruges

    Guilt-stricken after a job gone wrong, hitman Ray and his partner await orders from their ruthless boss in Bruges, Belgium, the last place in the world Ray wants to be. And, when the call from Harry does finally come, Ken and Ray's vacation becomes a life-and-death struggle of darkly comic proportions and surprisingly emotional consequences.
    Duration: 107 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2008
    IMDb: 7.9
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  • Actors of "In Bruges"

  • Characters of "In Bruges"

    Natalie. Character of In Bruges
    Ticket Seller. Character of In Bruges
    Played by: Rudy Blomme
    Ray. Character of In Bruges
    Played by: Colin Farrell
    Harry. Character of In Bruges
    Played by: Ralph Fiennes
    Ken. Character of In Bruges
    Yuri. Character of In Bruges
    Played by: Eric Godon
    Chloe. Character of In Bruges
    Jimmy. Character of In Bruges
    Eirik. Character of In Bruges
    Marie. Character of In Bruges
    Played by: Thekla Reuten
  • Directors of "In Bruges"

    Martin McDonagh. Director of In Bruges
    Martin McDonagh
    Birthdate: 26 March 1970, Camberwell, London, England, UK
  • Creators of "In Bruges"

    Martin McDonagh. Director of In Bruges
    Martin McDonagh
    Birthdate: 26 March 1970, Camberwell, London, England, UK
  • Critic Reviews of "In Bruges"

    Wall Street Journal
    December 14, 2014

    I never expected to be moved by In Bruges, but I was.

    Washington Post
    December 14, 2014

    Those who know McDonagh's work know a vein of darkness will run deeply through the comedy. It has seldom been darker. Or funnier.

    Associated Press
    December 14, 2014

    In Bruges is a wildly imperfect feature debut, but it does make you curious to see what else McDonagh has to offer.
    October 18, 2008

    It plays really engagingly, with the leads doing a wonderful Mutt and Jeff act and the camera lingering lovingly over scenery that looks awfully pretty in the moments before it gets spattered with blood.
    October 18, 2008

    For all his movie's tough talk, it's a sometimes slipshod construction.

    Time Out
    April 18, 2008

    Its mock-artistic thriller trappings notwithstanding, 'In Bruges' is basically a funny, tragicomic two-hander, with the casting of Farrell alongside Gleeson enabling a pleasing Irish inflection.

    April 15, 2016

    ... a knockdown and cockeyed comedy of violence.

    Baltimore Sun
    December 14, 2014

    Tightly scripted and intricately plotted, the buddy film manages the neat two-step of being simultaneously profane and engaging.

    Birmingham Mail
    December 14, 2014

    In Bruges is a refreshingly different take on the hitmen genre.

    Daily Star
    December 14, 2014

    The stars' foul-mouthed riff on Laurel and Hardy is shamefully entertaining while director Martin McDonagh's dialogue is cynical and disgracefully funny.

    Daily Express (UK)
    December 14, 2014

    Gleeson is a delight and Farrell gives his best performance in ages, capturing both the unrepentant philistine and endearing vulnerability at war in the tormented Ray.

    People Magazine
    December 14, 2014

    Gleeson reminds us that the best acting always looks like no acting at all.

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