M: You should put that as the first line.
J: Already done, my friend. How's that pizza?
M: [thumbs up] Thumbs up!
J: So ages and ages ago, we watched this great movie called The Angels' Share. I keep wanting to type The Angles' Share, but that would be incorrect.
M: Like Hot Fuzz, where they call him Sargent Angle. I've only seen that movie a couple times. [sarcasm] Anyways!
J: The movie is definitely worth seeing and definitely not our usual fare. It started as a...
M: Insert lame synopsis here.
|You're in trouble now, laddie.|
M: A heist film?
J: Precisely. I couldn't believe the comedic turn of events, but...
M: But there we were, watching another heist film!
J: It didn't lose me. It was still really entertaining and still chock-full of seriously tough brogue.
|We are friends!|
J: I was so ashamed.
[brief interlude in which we discuss the price of plane tickets to Chicago]
M: Anyways! Basically, this is a really excellent, very entertaining film with above-average brogue. I highly recommend it. Watch it with your mum. [shrugs]
J: Seriously, this is not for the faint of heart if you disdain subtitles.
M: Or Scottish people.
M: You're reaching. C-cautionary? Maybe?
J: It's a look at Scotland.
M: Improbable? With kilts? Words, I'm just saying words now.
J: They do wear kilts!
M: They do indeed.
J: What I was trying to say is that it's one of the more thoroughly Scottish movies that we've watched.
M: [chokes on pizza] Coherent! I thought you were going to say it was one of the more coherent movies we've watched.
J: It held together pretty well, albeit in two very distinct pieces. But as you say, excellent movie, worth watching, and you get to learn a bit about whiskey too.
M: I thought it was scotch.
J: The end.