In Bruges


The professional hit men who turn up in independent films tend to be an iconoclastic bunch: brooding but quick-witted guys who don ‘t let the drudgery of homicide keep them from engaging in friendly pop-culture banter. But “In Bruges,” written and directed by playwright Martin McDonagh, is no Quentin Tarantino or Guy Ritchie knockoff. Instead, the filmmaker uses our familiarity with staples of the genre to push beyond clich


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