This movie is about four teenagers living in a small French town in Brittany who think they are gangsters. They also think that they are untouchable and think they are respected by their class mates even though they are teased by some of them. The leader of the gang learns that he must leave the town during the summer and because of the teasing they decide that they need to get even with one of bad good kids.

Right from the start the language used in the song being played is offensive but, due to the nature of the story line, probably expected. This language continues throughout but I did find it funny due to the French accent of the boys, particularly from the younger one. There is also drug use and scenes involving guns so it won’t be suitable for people offended by this.

I did enjoy the movie and I thought the acting from the boys was good. There were scenes that made me laugh and others that had me worried for boys even if they did bring it on themselves. The language does however spoil it some and some of the scenes were completely unbelievable, but I won’t spoil it by saying which.

I would give it 3 out of 5.

 

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2 Thoughts on “Paul’s Review of West Coast w/trailer

  1. Remmy2013 on January 29, 2017 at 4:00 pm said:

    If i didn’t see the bad words at the bottom of the film I wouldn’t have guessed the boys were saying bad words at all, so goes the French language, cuss everyone out and they have no idea what you are saying cause it sounds so nice…. hmmmm

    I would have taken a star off for the bad words. I agree with you a lot on this one!
    Not sure why any part of France is called Brittany… must be an English thing 😛

  2. Steven F on January 30, 2017 at 6:04 pm said:

    It was alright, but I wouldn’t spend money on it. The whole gangsta mentality turns me off.

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