GVN (Chris Hanley, Jordan Gertner & Geyer
UK/US 🇬🇧🇺🇸 2018
W: Roberta Hanley & Martin Amis [based on the novel by
DP: Guillermo Navarro
Ed: Douglas Crise, Joe Plenys, Jamie Trevill & St. John
Mus: Adam Barber, Benson Taylor & Toydrum
Amber Heard (Nicola Six), Billy Bob Thornton (Samson Young),
Jim Sturgess (Keith Talent), Theo James (Guy Clinch), Jason Isaacs (Mark Asprey)
I've not read the book by Martin Amis, but I can only assume
that it wasn't as messy or boring as this film.
Slutty 'actress' Amber Turd plays slutty femme fatale Nicola
Six, who has an affair with three men and has premonitions that one of them is going to murder her. The rest of the plot revolves around Billy Bob Thornton's writer and some utter bollocks about
For a mystery-thriller to really work, you need to care about
the characters and I really don't here, especially because Amber Heard is a terrible actress and her character is as repugnant as I consider her to be in real life. Johnny Depp pops up for a
cameo, but even his presence can't save this mess.
It has to also be mentioned that production on this wrapped
three years before it was released, and the director had no say on the final cut which he was very unhappy with. Nevertheless, I can only review it based on what it is, and not what it could be,
and it really isn't good. Watching Amber Turd trying to eke out anything resembling an acting performance is painful.