Coming up to date.... In Bruges, foul language and all, is quite amazing. Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson as two disgraced hitmen in temporary exile in Bruges ("Why f*ckin' Bruges??? It's a f*ckin' sh*thole!") are absolutely brillant, some of the adventures that happen to them are totally surreal...and the epsiode of Gleeson's character, tho' mortally wounded, committing suicide to make Farrell aware he's being chased...all to the strains of On Raglan Road by The Dubliners...is a very VERY powerful piece of cinema. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPB3jXgUsoA Comes a very close second to Albert Finney's character in Miller's Crossing foiling a hit on him ("The Old Man's still an artist with a Thopmson...") all to the strains of Danny Boy. A few seconds from it was used in the starting credits to Film** on the BBC for the last ten years. YouTube - Miller's Crossing - "The old man's still an artist with a Thompson."