Reminiscent of swinging sixties' caper flicks, this action comedy relies on female star power to barrel past logic-impaired screenwriting. It's Shannon's (Minnie Driver) birthday and her main squeeze, avant-garde musician Ray (Darren Boyd), has forgetten all about it because Phe's busy fiddling with eavesdropping equipment for his urban-noise installation symphony. So Shannon, a nurse, tosses him out, then spends the evening celebrating with her actress pal, Frances (Mary McCormack). After returning home smashed, the women overhear a phone conversation between a thief and his girlfriend, transmitted by Ray's bugging device. Danny (Danny Dyer), who's acting as a robbe...