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Rating: 7/10 by 1839 users

T2 Trainspotting (2017)

After 20 years abroad, Mark Renton returns to Scotland and reunites with his old friends Sick Boy, Spud and Begbie.

Directing:
  • Danny Boyle
  • Sylvia Parker
Writing:
  • Irvine Welsh
  • John Hodge
  • John Hodge
  • Brendan Houghton
Stars:
Release Date: Fri, Jan 27, 2017

Rating: 7/10 by 1839 users

Alternative Title:
На игле 2 - RU
T2: Trainspotting - ES
T2 - GB
T2: Trainspotting 2 - US
Trainspotting 2 - US
T² - GB
Trainspotting 2 - T2 - CA
T2 (Trainspotting 2) - ES
T2 Trainspotting: La vida en el abismo - MX
Т2 Трейнспоттінг - UA
На голці 2 - UA
Т2 Трейнспоттинг (На игле 2) - RU
Trainspotting 2 - IT
T2: 트레인스포팅 2 - KR

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
български език
English
Runtime: 01 hour 57 minutes
Budget: $18,000,000
Revenue: $42,067,430

Plot Keyword: prison, scotland, based on novel or book, bar, fight, drug addiction, blackmail, cocaine, nightclub, junkie, heroin, edinburgh, friendship, addiction, sequel, revenge, prison escape, extortion, theft, violence, apartment, bar fight, council estate, eastern european

Ewan McGregor
Mark "Rent Boy" Renton
Jonny Lee Miller
Simon "Sick Boy" Williamson
Ewen Bremner
Daniel "Spud" Murphy
Robert Carlyle
Francis "Franco" Begbie
Anjela Nedyalkova
Veronika Kovach
Kelly Macdonald
Diane Coulston
Irvine Welsh
Mikey Forrester
James Cosmo
Mr. Renton
Eileen Nicholas
Mrs. Renton (archive footage)
Karl Argue
Mad Pipper
Simon Weir
Jailhoose
Scot Greenan
Frank Junior
Tom Urie
Big Bear
Amy Manson
Woman in Club
Christopher Douglas
Chris the Oracle
James McElvar
Simon Williamson (aged 20)
Connor McIndoe
Mark Renton (aged 20)
John Bell
Spud Murphy (aged 20)
Michael Shaw
Tommy MacKenzie (aged 20)
Christopher Mullen
Francis Begbie (aged 20)
Elijah Wolf
Tommy MacKenzie (aged 9)
Ben Skelton
Mark Renton (aged 9)
Tereza Duskova
Tourism Girl
Svetla Yancheva
Veronika's Mother
Kevin McKidd
Tommy MacKenzie (archive footage)
Blair Flucker
Club Patron (uncredited)

Reno

**To face a revenge threat!** Okay the first film was good one. Then I thought it was unnecessary to make a sequel for it. But someone clarified that it was not made outside the novel to make money. It's indeed adapted from the sequel book of the original film's source. Though coming out 20 years later was the disadvantage. Except some praises it had received, particularly by its hardcore fans, it was average at the box office and I thought same as well. I did not like the story. It was just a random drag, not knowing what direction to head. That's until the third act, and once all the three main characters come together, so it gets interesting with something. Like surviving from from a revenge threat. It was the actors who saved the film. Otherwise, it is not even an average as I consider now. I don't think retaining the title was a good idea, but I think it was just for its fans. Or else, a new title name would have done a decent justice to what it had narrated. As I know, this is the director's first ever sequel and he's not getting better since his Oscar win, a decade ago. Especially the last two flicks, despite based on the very good subjects. Definitely no to the T3. Instead, I want another Oscar nod film from him. This would have been ever worse if somebody else would have made it. Yet, a watchable film, only if you had liked the first. So just think about it before going for it after seeing only positive words from a few people. _5/10_


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