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The Mail on Sunday is proud to announce another sensational world first ...

Following the extraordinary success of giving away Prince's new album free INSIDE The Mail on Sunday, a brand new film starring Vinnie Jones, Vanessa Redgrave and Derek Jacobi will be released free INSIDE The Mail on Sunday on September 16.

In The Riddle, Vinnie plays an ambitious newspaper reporter who attempts to solve a series of murders that follow the discovery of an unpublished Charles Dickens novel.

It's a powerful thriller that will have you gripped from the opening credits.

Here is the trailer on Google Video
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Although a small number of votes (83), this film currently has 9.5 out of 10 on IMDB!

terrific film-- great fun, 18 May 2007
Author: irenevass from United Kingdom

"The Riddle" is a murder mystery with a historical twist. You get to unravel the riddle just as the actors do-- which is lots of fun! If you like solving puzzles and riddles, you'll love this movie. The intricate plot line is challenging and intriguing. It's witty, original, and intelligent. Derek Jacobi is incredibly compelling and mesmerising in dual roles; Vinnie Jones has a great screen presence and a strong leading-man charisma and physicality; Julie Cox is clever and appealing, and teams very well with Vinnie Jones. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, London itself is one of the stars of this movie. "The Riddle" cleverly showcases London's ongoing struggle to be two entirely different things at once-- a traditional/charming/historical little town and a contemporary/modern/cutting edge city.
I have heard of staight to dvd , but staight to Free must mean its a load of rubbish
I have heard of staight to dvd , but staight to Free must mean its a load of rubbish

Agreed. :giggle:
Agreed. :giggle:

Well Prince's album went straight to free and got 3.5/5 stars in rolling stone, for comparison, the same mark given to Arctic Monkeys latest album.

Could be good, voted hot.
Anyone watched it yet?
Anyone get this?
I cant believe the reviews i am reading for this truely awful film...

Me and the missus got it coz we thought the advert was so bad (funny) that we felt the urge to see Vinnie Jones in a "serious role"... The story was just plain stupid and Vinnie Jones should stick to playing hard geezers... It was toe curling watching this god awful film... You felt embaressed for the director who had an interesting story on the go but ruined it by using all the extras from Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrells.... WOODEN.....

Didnt anyone else think the advert was proof enough he really cannot act? "GET MY NEW MOVIE,.,.......DER RIDDLE....."

But its free and you can laugh at Vinnie Jones' cardboard acting...
Watched this last night.

Not the best movie but certainly not the worst!

Vinnie is Vinnie,what do you expect....Derek Jacobi is great and there is a good turn by the late Gareth Hunt in what could have been his final role as a pathologist,quite comical.

Me mum gets the Mail anyways,so this was for free and worth a couple of hours.:)
what a load of ****
Got this but havent watched it yet - sounds good
Sounds and looked carp!
um - world premiere as a dvd in the sunday mail? hmm sniffs of a marketing ploy?

a review in :
"... And despite "Riddle's" high-profile Brit cast it would have struggled against the 15 movies being released theatrically on Sept. 14 in Blighty, which include "3.10 to Yuma," "Superbad," "Disturbia" and "Shoot 'Em Up." "

pros: potentially enlarged audience, cheaper than bootleg, and costs less than a screening/film premiere in London, paid for by DM ...

cons: PR nightmare, friction amongst the indie fraternity about "selling yer soul"

Tough choices in modern times, but if Brendan Foley is happy then it doesn't really matter.
Anyone want my copy? Know I won't bother watching it! pm if interested and will happily put in post.
Don't all rush at once! lol

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