The Mule


Action / Comedy / Crime / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 85%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 69%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 5119


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December 08, 2014 at 01:14 AM



Angus Sampson as Ray Jenkins
Hugo Weaving as Det. Tom Croft
John Noble as Pat Shepherd
Georgina Haig as Jasmine Griffiths
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807.78 MB
24.000 fps
1hr 43 min
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1hr 43 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kosmasp 8 / 10

Surprisingly good

The title is a bit of a giveaway, but only so much. Because the movie might still be able to surprise you. I know it did surprise me a lot. To a certain point it was like "Alright, I know what comes next". But then you have a twist that is very nice. And even though a certain amount of knowledge comes with that and a familiarity that will have people in the know again, it is certainly entertaining. Considering that this really happened (similar to what we get treated to on screen), this is even more amazing.

The actors are having a lot of fun and everything is being laid there for everyone to see. Some material might feel a bit too much, but you can still feel that there is a logic behind it and even the most yucky scene is served for a purpose ... and for fun - and it works most of the time.

Reviewed by crystalsawadam 10 / 10


Brilliantly made film, best independent indie film of 2014. The film was great from start to finish, very engaging and highly enjoyable for all. The lines were not only sarcastic and serious but also extremely comical at points. The directing was done perfectly and showed the audience the lovable character that is a typical mummy's boy as we followed him on his drug-induced journey that was highly enjoyable.

The acting was phenomenal and literally has you mouth opened at several point sin the film because it is just that shocking. A beautifully produced film and highly enjoyable for anyone to watch. Would definitely recommend this to anyone. 10/10.

Reviewed by JustCuriosity 7 / 10

A Comedic Rendering of a Bizarre Situation Down Under

The Australian film The Mule was well-received in its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival. It is an entertaining, if not terribly memorable film, based on some version of supposedly true events from the 1980s. The kernel of truth appears to have been the case of a man arrested as a drug mule and retained in custody for an extended period of time during which he refused to defecate and thus expel the packets of heroin from inside his body. The comedic story that the writers concocted around these true events appears to be mostly fictional. The story moves along nicely and is told in an entertaining manner with a heavy dose of Aussie accents. The acting is reasonable with an expected level of grossness that this particular subject matter demands. The best part of the night, however, was when the writer and director appeared on stage after the film completely drunk and went off on ridiculous rants that ended with one-handed push-ups. Since they're Australians, I'm not sure that anyone was all that surprised.

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