Drama • R • 2008 • 1 hr 32 min
Perhaps Tom Hardy's best acting of his career. Easy 5/5
Absolutely insane and hilarious! Refn when a little more grounded can be amazing film maker.
tom hardy puts on a stirring performance as the real life prisoner bronson. a character study unlike most prison movies, bronson is unique
The last great nwr before the drive revolution and psychoanalytic dream films that SUCK
Tom Hardy was sensational, he out his all into this character. The cinematography and mood they created was great.
Great cinematography focusing on such a strange true story
Insane in the best of ways. Tom Hardy gives a magnetic performance. Bull in china shop energy. Incredible.
Fascinating film about a fascinating guy. The film doesnt condemn or condone, it respects your intelligence.
Tom Hardy is great & this is pretty fascinating, but it is a bit too weird at times while telling the story of Britains most notorious con
This is why you watch every Tom Hardy movie regardless of the press behind it. Bronson provides great visuals with amazing performances!
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