Man, I'm coasting on an old queue constructed when I worked that tedious ass job at Cook Liberry a few years back. Weird stuff I don't remember queuing is coming in now--I might have to log in and change things up!
I must have added this because of Helen Mirren, because immediately behind it was The Passion of Ayn Rand starring her as well. I'm sending that one back un-viewed, and as for The Long Good Friday, it's worthless until the last 20 minutes, when Hoskins finally ditches his Edward G. Robinson mimicry and starts acting. There's a brutal murder scene worthy of Scorcese and then Hoskins really sells the last scene; otherwise, eh.
I had a feeling I wasn't going to like this, and should have trusted my gut. Fie on't!