Feature Film | Comic Thriller | UK | English | 1h57m
Dir: Noel Clarke & Mark Davis | Scr: Noel Clarke | Ph: Franco Pezzino | Prod: Damon Bryant, Noel Clarke, Mark Davis, & Dean O'Toole | Mus: Adam Lewis & Barnaby Robson | Ed: Mark Everson | PD: Murray McKeown | AD: Paul Harvey & Alan Pearson | Snd: Harry Barnes | Cast: Emma Roberts, Tamsin Egerton, Ophelia Lovibond, Shanika Warren-Markland, Noel Clarke, Adam Deacon, Susannah Fielding, Jacob Anderson, Freddie Stroma, Linzey Cocker, Ben Drew, Ashley Thomas, Alan McKenna, Kevin Smith, Mandy Patinkin, Eve

Reminiscent of Doug Liman’s Go (1999), Clarke and Davis’s stylish and fun if somewhat inconsistent comic thriller draws together four interconnecting storylines featuring 4 girls (all friends) over 3 days in 2 different cities (London and New York), involving stolen diamonds, stolen virginities, stolen flat keys, stolen scenes (by cameoing stars), and an awful lot of attractive young women (gratuitously) walking around in their underwear. Though it might have worked better as a four-part, four-hour television serial, giving a bit more time to explore each storyline, the film nevertheless remains entertaining throughout (if ocassionally only guiltily so), with its well-assembled cast proving immensely likable. However, the odd naff moment here and there – in particular Eve’s cringeworthy cameo – detract from the fun somewhat.