Shallow Grave

Shallow Grave

DVD - 2012
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When three friends find their new roommate dead and a suitcase full of money under his bed, they have no trouble deciding how to dispose of the cash- but the body is a different story. Their troubles are compounded when they meet the men who come to retrieve the money.


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Aug 19, 2018

I saw this film when it came out and have rented it at least once over the years ... a truly dark comedy about human nature under the "right" circumstances. Gave me pause!

Aug 26, 2017

Movies like "Shallow Grave" are exactly what independent filmmaking is all about. It has a smart plot, great acting, colourful set and good choice of music. Danny Boyle achieved all of that on a small budget and proved that you can make an engaging movie without "bells and whistles". Casting was great and young Ewan is awesome!

Jul 16, 2016

This is Danny Boyle and Ewan McGregor's first movie together and, although not quite as sharp or as developed as Trainspotting, it's a wild story that I found thoroughly enjoyable and totally creepy.

Oct 12, 2015

I'll repeat another's sentiment: unlikeable characters and a weak plot.

Oct 03, 2015

Un-likeable characters from the beginning and a dark story that doesn't make much sense.

Jul 14, 2015

Three friends live happily together until a very large sum of money comes into play. What ensues is murder, mayhem, dead bodies, shallow graves, and betrayal . Quirky! Totally British. Loved it.

Quimeras Jul 10, 2015

It’s hard to believe that these three could not come up with a better plan from the beginning, or at least be smarter about concealing the body and skipping town. I guess it’s the classic case of too many cooks in the kitchen.

Jul 25, 2014

Rated 1/10.

aaa5756 Jul 09, 2014

This DVD movie was entertaining and interesting but not one of my favorite for this year. Not too bad---good performance. Very predictable but still entertaining. I fast forwarded a lot but not all the way.

Jul 01, 2014

A darkly comic crime film that ushered in a new wave of British film, as well as an influential team of filmmakers. Released in 1994, this was the first film of director Danny Boyle, producer Andrew MacDonald, and writer John Hodge, who would go on to make "Trainspotting," "A Life Less Ordinary," and "The Beach." All the actors are great, but I especially like Christopher Eccelston. Fans of the Coens will enjoy this. Too bad Boyle won an Oscar and started sucking and Ewan McGregor got lost in "Star Wars." Includes extras.

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Feb 04, 2013

Violence: Plenty of violence, torture and killing in this film. Definitely not for children.


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aaa5756 Jul 09, 2014

“If it’s not one thing it’s another.” -Gilda Ratner, alias Rosanne Roseanna Danna


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