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Film Review - Pixie


“Pixie” goes where many crime comedies have gone before. It’s not a particularly original offering from director Barnaby Thompson (“St. Trinian’s” and “St. Trinian’s 2”) and screenwriter Preston Thompson (“Kids in Love”), with the feature’s very Irishness meant to support the viewing experience, adding a bit of spunk to the routine of bad guys, more bad guys, and the two dimwits in the middle of a drug-dealing mess. The picture has its problems with character and storytelling, but it doesn’t tucker out, which is major success when dealing with this kind of extended familiarity. The helmer keeps the endeavor moving at a swift pace, encouraging the cast to go big, helping “Pixie” find its rhythm as a violent, comedic, somewhat stylish overview of Irish hostilities. Read the rest at


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