T2 Trainspotting
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T2 Trainspotting (2017)

T2 Trainspotting
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After 20 years abroad, Mark Renton returns to Scotland and reunites with his old friends Sick Boy, Spud and Begbie.

Release Date:January 27, 2017
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MPAA Rating:R18+
Genres:Crime, Drama
Production Company:DNA Films, TriStar Pictures, Cloud Eight Films, Creative Scotland, Decibel Films, Film4
Production Countries:United Kingdom
Director:Danny Boyle, Sylvia Parker
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Plot Keywords:based on novel, bar, drug addiction, blackmail, cocaine, junkie, heroin, friendship, sequel, revenge, theft, violence, apartment
  • Choose Trainspotting (And my God, what a choice!)
    January 27, 2017

    It's not often I go to the cinema to watch a day-one screening, but my love of Irvine Welsh and the previous Trainspotting film meant I just could not resist.

    This film is a wonderful show of friendship and Begbie's psycho temper which encapsulates left over stories from the first book and large portions of 'Porno' the following book.

    I'm pleased to announce that all characters still have that beautiful chemistry featured in the original and work to provide scenes of pure comedy genius and others of emotion and absolute anger. The film really lives and breathes nostalgia of its predecessor, as well as showing how, even if we all change on the outside, we are still the same on the insides. We all make the same choices in life over and over.

    My only complaint with this film is that it didn't feel as slick as the first film. This is probably because of the vast improvements in cinematography which you'd expect considering there's an over 20 year age gap. Transitional shots mean you're waiting that little bit longer, but you are probably looking at some of the best views Scotland has to offer in that time.

    To sum up, I'd have to say this film is essential viewing for anybody who's seen the first film or read the books. There are so many references which you'll pick up on, leaving you with a wry and joyous smile throughout. For anyone else, you need to watch the original film first (and understand Scottish for anyone reading not in the UK), but I assure you that this film will not disappoint. It's textbook Danny Boyle packed full of nostalgia