The movie was light on story but heavy on style/performances. Sir Ben Kingsley played Gandhi once, well the character he portrays in this would be at the opposite end of the spectrum. A thoroughly unlikable psycho. Ray Winstone is an ex-British gangster who's left cold London and has been living happily in the hot climate of Spain. When his old underworld protege Don (Kingsley) shows up and wants him to do one last heist job, the trouble starts.
After hearing from everyone how great this movie was for two years I finally saw it. As much as I enjoyed it and thought the story was interesting, I didn't go over the moon for it as I expected I would. I think its a very good romantic-fantasy-comedy but is it the best Woody has done? No. I still find many of his other films much more satisfying than this one. What makes this film special to me is the…