Jak-Luke Sharp’s review published on Letterboxd:
“First, there's an opportunity. Then... there's a betrayal"
A terrifically acted and directed nostalgic trip down a dark and unforgiving lane of broken trust, childhood memories and friends and family long forgotten. Performances were terrific Bremner and Miller are stand outs almost overshadowing that of McGregor and especially that of Carlyle who still manages to make an audience squirm as mad man Begbie. The film looks and sounds stunning with such a wonderful soundtrack to boast. Perhaps the only fault is trying to place iconic and accessible pop culture references for the next generation - which do feel forced, but it's razor Sharp, incredibly witty and a blast to see during its 117 minute run time.