Vinnie Jones

Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt head up Antoine Fuqua's take on the 1960 western, but even an admirably diverse cast and solid action can't lift this uninspired remake.
“Why does this exist?” is not a phrase a critic likes to come across in her screening notes, in part because it puts an onus on her future self: Can she answer her own question? Did the film leave any clues?
This is Tarantino, London style.
Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels is Tarantino, London style. This fast-paced, hugely entertaining comedy thriller bulges with colourful characters who speak with even more colourful accents. One of the great strengths of the film is its...
A carbon copy of Guy Ritchie's geezer hit, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, albeit well-directed.
Franky Four Fingers robs an Antwerp jeweler of a priceless diamond but he gets nabbed by minions of Ukranian mobster Boris The Blade. Franky`s boss, Avi, wings in from New York to find the diamond, and meanwhile Cockney gang boss Brick Top is...
Jack Ryan, no relation to the character in the Tom Clancy books, is a drifter who doesn't like to exert himself too much; he's wound up in Hawaii where the surf isn't the only spectacular sight around. When Jack gets into a fight with the foreman...