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      Beautiful Creatures

      2000, Comedy/Drama, 1h 26m

      60 Reviews 2,500+ Ratings

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      Implausible, uneven, and gratuitously violent, this esotrogen-powered crime caper lacks the finesse of Thelma and Louise or Guy Ritchie's work. Read critic reviews

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      Movie Info

      After being abused by her boyfriend, Tony (Iain Glen), Dorothy (Susan Lynch) leaves him. At a bus station, she sees Petula (Rachel Weisz) being attacked by her boyfriend, Brian (Tom Mannion), and knocks him out. The girls drag him to Petula's apartment, where he dies. Panicked, the pair fakes a kidnapping to get a ransom from Brian's psychotic brother, Ronnie (Maurice Roëves). When corrupt Inspector Hepburn (Alex Norton) is sent to investigate, he forces the women to cut him in on their scheme.

      • Rating: R (Language|Drug Use|Sexuality|Strong Violence)

      • Genre: Comedy, Drama

      • Original Language: English

      • Director: Bill Eagles

      • Producer: Simon Donald, Alan J. Wands

      • Writer: Simon Donald

      • Release Date (Theaters):  original

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      • Box Office (Gross USA): $55.4K

      • Runtime:

      • Distributor: Universal Focus

      • Production Co: Arts Council of England, Snakeman Productions, DNA Pictures International

      • Sound Mix: Dolby Stereo, Dolby Digital, Dolby A, Surround, Dolby SR

      • Aspect Ratio: Flat (1.85:1)

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      • Sep 15, 2010

        fun, gritty brit flick

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      • Sep 11, 2010

        2-1/2 Stars Best part of the movie is Pluto the slightly Pink dog does not Die. Low budget "Lock stock and two smoking barrels" painted on a "Thelma and Louise" canvas. Well paced and continually involving. Even if you don't like the Violence and the cliche derivative male characters you won't turn it off until the end. Rachel Weisz character "Pentula" is trapped in a violent relationship with the brother of a mobster. Her character of a blonde ditz is so poorly developed, its hard to feel anything for her. Susan Lynch is much more dynamic of a character as Dorothy, the brains of the operation. The movie really turns into flat cliche when her heroine junky boyfriend shows up and shoots her dog. (But he's OK in the end)

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      • Oct 26, 2006

        Chick-flick with a twist. Nice to see a British Gangster movie give some focus on the female roles for a change.

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