The Way Of The Gun errs once or twice on the side of needless poetry -- like most screenwriter/directors, McQuarrie is in love with the sound of his own snappy dialogue -- but never breaks its own rules or betrays its own characters.
Great movie that tells small stories that all kind of get tied together. British accents are sometimes hard to understand if you are not used to it, (even harder when the Gypsys are speeking but as you will find they like it that way). This movie is definitly worth a watch even though it was a little more costly.
Mr. Spacey's Buddy is a caricature so dazzling that even Buddy might have to say something nice about it: cool, withering, studiously suave, and spurred by impulses that might seem peevish even in a 2-year-old child.