Sometimes a movie struts its awfulness with such glee that it becomes an enjoyably sadistic pleasure rather than a chore to watch.
I love big, dumb fun as much as anyone, but you need all three to make a successful mindless movie.
“Yardie” is further proof that you can’t simply shove a camera in a respected actor’s hand and call them a director. This messy, disjointed film marks the directorial debut of Idris Elba and it gives me little pleasure to state that he should stick to working in front of the camera instead of behind it.
The story may be well told, but in the most irritating fashion.
This movie is better than nothing, but not as good as you want it to be.
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