Ray Winstone in 'Love, Honour and Obey' (2000) Oct 12, 2017 21:31:14 GMT jno and maninasuitcase like this
Post by westldner on Oct 12, 2017 21:31:14 GMT
Love Honour and Obey is a mockumentary gang movie (better term from what the wiki says then comedy because it is funny) released in the year 2000. Here's the other movie I decided to jump at to watch because Denise Van Outen stars in the film. Alot of actors and actresses who were familar during the 90s are in the film such as Jude Law and Sadie Frost (known for meeting on the set of the banned film Shopping) and Rhys Ifans, the Welsh actor who plays a unlikable yet funny London gang member who later went on star in Harry Potter as Luna Lovegood's father, Xenophilius Lovegood (which I found extremely funny to be honest because what possible suggestions many folks are talking about after Luna Lovegood's character on screen).
Ray Winstone plays the lead character (a memorable character in my opinion) who manages a East London gang. He dates Sadie Frost's character. Clearly a statement when Sadie Frost and Jude Law were bored of what the media were saying about them before their divorce considering that Jude Law who also stars in this movie. Ray also is noticeable for the moments he finds Alan injured or out of this luck from from time to time as Ray who really can't help but just laugh and to throw him out because of Alan's weak contributions as a gang member. Someone was nice enough to post a YouTube clip of all the scenes in the movie, because this pretty much shows off Ray's character in the film, moving away from the hard man type-cast or someone who looks silly but having his way all of the time, it's a must watch, no really, I wasn't being sarcastic:
I mean Ray isn't really like that, maybe a hard man but I would get guys like that around town who sometimes say stuff like that and laugh but they get so carried away because sometimes the accidents presents in the movie and those scenes are so silly to the point it's funny, they don't bother helping because it's funny. It's even more funny seeing Ray add so much fire to the situation. I was like 'I can't believe he did that scene!'
Overall, this movie in my opinion has been washed away with the other English actors taking fame and deserves another visit because of Ray and many of the cast starring in what I think help slighty boost many of their careers by making this film.