4.3.2.1. 2010

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Jo has a dead-end supermarket job while her friends are having adventures. But a chance encounter with diamond thieves puts their worlds on a collision course with each other - and fate! These 4 girls are about to have 3 days they'll never forget, spanning 2 cities - if they survive!

Starring:
Emma Roberts, Noel Clarke
Runtime:
1 hour 56 minutes

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4.3.2.1.

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Crime
Director Noel Clarke, Mark Davis
Starring Emma Roberts, Noel Clarke
Supporting actors Tamsin Egerton, Ophelia Lovibond, Shanika Warren-Markland, Jacob Anderson, Michelle Ryan
Studio NBC Universal
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 22 April 2013
Format: DVD
This film combines the grindhouse style with "Sex and the City" as it examines the lives of four young girls over a weekend. It starts with Shannon (Ophelia Lovibond) who comes home and discovers her mother is leaving. She desperately needs to talk to her girlfriends who suddenly don't have any time for her. We discover why as the film examines the other girls' lives from their point of view.

Cassandra (Tamsin Egerton ) has left to go to NYC for a piano audition and to lose her virginity to her Skype friend. Things don't go as planned. Kerays (Shanika Warren-Markland) is from Brazil and prefers girls. Joanne (Emma Roberts) is working the night shift at Ted's grocery mart where much of the action happens. Toss in the fact they cross path with some unlikely jewel thieves and you got the bare bones outline.

The film appears to be designed for older teen girls as it combines the more hip grindhouse style, but makes teen girls the heroines of the story. The film blends aspects of comedy, crime drama, action, and thriller but unfortunately does each very sparingly. It is a story in which you can lose interest.

Parental Guide: F-bombs, sex, brief nudity.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Stampy on 28 Jun 2010
Format: DVD
Fans of Kidulthood and Adulthood hold your breath, this is something that is equally sharp and darkly humorous as Noel Clarke's previous dramatic hits.

With a quartet of promising British teenagers this has more than just eye candy as the recruitment of the actresses has strong sustenance in Tamsin Egerton's forever developing persona and Emma Roberts plugging into more popular roles, and is due to appear in Scream 4.

The casting is pretty much perfect but with the four leads it delivers on all levels, comedy and drama with strong anxiety and energy. The stars of tomorrow? Perhaps but with a film as indie as this and without a strong American distributor it will not reach as many as it should. My friend and I were the only two in the screen last week.

With Clarke's previous hits you were always guaranteed strong real life issues and the script does not disappoint. There are your usual family rivalries, bitter ex's and sharp antagonism for friendships. Where the film hits its stronger points are when the issues build higher on themselves, such as when Egerton's character is in America and things go from bad to worse. The moment with the piano is sensational, where the moment with Eve is stereotyping on a ridiculous nature.

The film itself is shot on location in London and New York, diversifying touristy with curious drama that adds an edge. The nature of Adulthood's sharp turning camera happy twisting presentation is manifested here to amazing levels. Sharp twists, vibrant lighting, various angles that can occasionally stray from the plot's moment but adds a bit of unique viewing.

One great device used is the storyline.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andy Graham, Truro on 16 Mar 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Excellent intertwining story of four 'street' girls, the feel-good in the final analysis far outweighing a certain darkness. Very well put together and acted, and highly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SusanoWo on 30 Jan 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Very good example of successful low budget british cinema. The movie went under the radar for me until it picked my attention recently and purchased at a very low price. A nice surprise.
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By laura c. on 12 April 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
was okay
bit confusing but funny
only bought as Plan B is in it
worth it as a cheap buy
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JB87 on 1 Sep 2011
Format: DVD
Noel Clarke stars and directs 4321, another film of intertwining stories to all link up at the end. If you're not a fan, or get easily confused, don't bother, but if you are, buy it. No more can be said, other than that it's packed full of brilliant young actors and actresses, very funny, fast paced and well written. Ben Drew, aka Plan B, plays a cameo role and Emma Roberts is in a new film, The Art of Getting By, with Freddie Highmore, out in cinemas September 2011.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Cresswell TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Oct 2010
Format: DVD
I was a big fan of Noel Clarke's previous efforts and had huge respect for the talent he was showing off in Kidulthood etc. I thought his performance, directing and acting were top notch but this film fails in almost all counts.
Script : Weak and not particularly engaging at first, in fact it was a bid muddled. Also there's a lesbian skit and a bit of nudity and a few other things that for a moment you might be tempted to think was adding 'flavour' to the text or back stories to the characters but you soon realise it was thrown in there because frankly the script is so weak that this is the only thing that makes some of the story even moderately interesting. None of it's necessary and it comes across as maybe something Noel or someone threw in there cause they thought it might be 'cool' or lend the film a more adult edge. It doesn't.
Acting : Noel is definately coming across as an accomplished actor but he takes a backseat in this film and plays a secondary part, while allowing 4 fairly weak actresses to carry the plot. Sorry Noel, I know you're trying to give young actors a break and keep costs down but the four girls were weak. Having 1 or 2 of them acting hard core when people can compare them to so many other 'edgy' female characters fails miserably. They are simple too young and inexperienced to carry it off and it comes across as 'cheesy'. Get your head out of your pants and watch your own film again and you'll realise what a mistake it was to let this much green talent take the front seat.
finally Directing : This is possibly the one area where Noel has grown again BUT he needs to decide soon as to whether he's going to make it as an actor or as a director. The film is definately directed in a very professional manner and it's immediately forgetable it's Noel doing it.
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