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Russell Crowe knows how to wear a pair of inverted commas: The Nice Guys reviewed

This buddy caper crime comedy set in the 70s porn industry has the moral compass of a tanked-up frat boy – and is a blast right from the start

4 June 2016

9:00 AM

4 June 2016

9:00 AM

The Nice Guys, 15

Nationwide

Regular filmgoers must be losing count of the Rabelaisian revelries they’ve been invited to of late. You may recognise the type of do. The camera ushers you through a door and, wham, the music’s strafing your eardrums and everyone’s letting their hair down along, often, with their underwear. There’s usually a white horse grazing by the pool.

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