In Like Flynn

In Like Flynn

In Like Flynn

Thomas Cocquerel (Table 19) is Errol Flynn in this biopic based on Flynn's own memoir. Director Russel Mulcahy casts his gaze back to Flynn's pre-celebrity life of adventuring, opium smuggling, gambling, street fighting, womanising, and gold prospecting.

2018Rating: MA15+, Strong violence98 minsAustralia
DramaTrue Story & Biography
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Flicks, Glenn Dunks

Flicks, Glenn Dunks

flicks

It is an unfortunate side effect of the film business that some movies simply have ambitions bigger than their budgets could ever possibly afford. Their eyes are bigger than their stomachs, so to speak, and while a determination to make anything work is essential for filmmakers, what ends up on the screen isn’t always a fair representation of what the story deserves.

Urban Cinefile

Urban Cinefile

press

More extraordinary than any fictional film script, this 'mostly true' account of Errol Flynn's exploits before Hollywood days is a ripper. Russell Mulcahy has crafted a wonderfully entertaining film filled with exotic locations, action and surprises.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

...this is a fun film constructed in a smart way: an anti-high art picture that happily prioritises embellishing legend over recreating life.

4.0
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

As Flynn, Australian actor Thomas Cocquerel...has the looks but neither the accent nor the urbanity required to bring him back to life.

2.0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A disgracefully entertaining romp that packs an unexpected emotional wallop.

FilmInk

FilmInk

press

...it swings, swashes, and buckles in a way that the man himself would probably have loved.

Flicks, Glenn Dunks

Flicks, Glenn Dunks

flicks

It is an unfortunate side effect of the film business that some movies simply have ambitions bigger than their budgets could ever possibly afford. Their eyes are bigger than their stomachs, so to speak, and while a determination to make anything work is essential for filmmakers, what ends up on the screen isn’t always a fair representation of what the story deserves.

Urban Cinefile

Urban Cinefile

press

More extraordinary than any fictional film script, this 'mostly true' account of Errol Flynn's exploits before Hollywood days is a ripper. Russell Mulcahy has crafted a wonderfully entertaining film filled with exotic locations, action and surprises.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

...this is a fun film constructed in a smart way: an anti-high art picture that happily prioritises embellishing legend over recreating life.

4.0
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

As Flynn, Australian actor Thomas Cocquerel...has the looks but neither the accent nor the urbanity required to bring him back to life.

2.0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A disgracefully entertaining romp that packs an unexpected emotional wallop.

FilmInk

FilmInk

press

...it swings, swashes, and buckles in a way that the man himself would probably have loved.

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