28 min

The Big Man (Crossing the Line‪)‬ Taking Hugh for Granted

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Today, the boys set foot into the ring Tyson Fury-style to go toe-to-toe with The Big Man (David Leland, 1990). 

When out of work coal miner Danny Scoular (played by Liam Neeson) shows off his fighting prowess in a pub brawl, his friend Frankie (played by Sir Billy Connolly) puts him forward to compete in an illegal bare knuckle fighting ring to make some cash. Fearing the consequences, Danny’s wife (played by Joanne Whalley) leaves with their children and soon after is spotted with a new man – Gordon, Hugh Grant...

Make sure you're following Taking Hugh for Granted on Instagram and Facebook (@TakingHughforGranted) as well as Twitter (@TakingHugh). You can get in touch with us there or via our email takinghughforgranted@gmail.com

For those of you that want to skip disclaimers, opening theme tunes, salutations, synopses and go straight to the film analysis, head to 05:00.

Today, the boys set foot into the ring Tyson Fury-style to go toe-to-toe with The Big Man (David Leland, 1990). 

When out of work coal miner Danny Scoular (played by Liam Neeson) shows off his fighting prowess in a pub brawl, his friend Frankie (played by Sir Billy Connolly) puts him forward to compete in an illegal bare knuckle fighting ring to make some cash. Fearing the consequences, Danny’s wife (played by Joanne Whalley) leaves with their children and soon after is spotted with a new man – Gordon, Hugh Grant...

Make sure you're following Taking Hugh for Granted on Instagram and Facebook (@TakingHughforGranted) as well as Twitter (@TakingHugh). You can get in touch with us there or via our email takinghughforgranted@gmail.com

For those of you that want to skip disclaimers, opening theme tunes, salutations, synopses and go straight to the film analysis, head to 05:00.

28 min