Gangsters, Gamblers and Geezers is story about two lovable losers, Krish and Lee who get fired from their call centre jobs. After spending all their money in a crazy month of partying, they... See full summary »
This film must have been created on a whim where the main protagonist 'Amar Adatia' had a school boys vision he'd make a movie one day. And this is what he made the minute he got a chance.
The movie (if i can even call it that) looks like something they quickly rustled up on the back of toilet paper.
All of it seems to be various comedy skits stitched together to try and make a movie. Rehashing of scenes they saw in other comedy movies they thought to replicate and just shove in this sad excuse of a plot. Not one part of it is funny. All of it cliché.
Seems like the entire cast (of which there are some familiar B/C- list UK faces) came on board as a favour to Adatia. Either that or he bribed them. Which may account for the alleged £1.8 million budget this movie professes to have spent. Where else did the money go? certainly wasn't on production value.
The movie looks like something that was filmed on an iPhone. In fact it seems like it was an experiment that was done on that a basis.
I cannot believe anybody involved in this film would think it anymore than a laugh at creating an amateur video for YouTube. Something for them to just privately snigger at. One that they done on a whim one week when feeling bored and nobody took seriously.
I think the crew who made this need to start at the basics of film making. Start off making 5 minute music videos. Progress onto making made-for-TV or internet programmes. And then perhaps progress onto short films and then full features.
Clearly the crew here hasn't learned their craft. I suppose they see this as a stepping stone to bigger better movies in future. But there was no redeeming talent here for anyone to think these are directors / actors we should look out for in the future.
This movie is an absolute dead entity. Should be looked at as nothing more than an experiment to see if they could make a coherent movie. They can at least now say: They cant!