What: Two London-based hitmen are in Belgium, awaiting further instructions after a job. Ken (Brendan Gleesan), the old pro, is starting to rethink his life. Ray (Colin Farrell), the newbie, is a loose cannon and really, really hates Bruges. Ralph Fiennes plays Harry, their boss, and proves that he can be a scary bad guy even when he's not noseless. Much shooting, much swearing, much exquisitely crafted dialogue from writer/director Martin McDonagh.
Comparable to: It's the kind of movie Guy Ritchie wishes he made, but with a definite Princess and the Warrior-esque vibe about it.
Representative quote: "Maybe that's what hell is, the entire rest of eternity spent in fucking Bruges." [Sorry, Mom. There really aren't any lines that don't include some variation of the word "fuck."]
You might not like it if: You're my mom. I don't think my mom would like this.
How to get it: Hmm, wow. It is actually quite cheap on Amazon right now. Also, if you like this, you should try to see one of Martin McDonagh's acclaimed plays.
Connection to previous Wreckage: The Princess and the Warrior was Rec. #71.