The last in a trilogy of Roddy Doyle tales about the working-class inhabitants of fictional Barrytown, North Dublin, this slight story about men and money has little of the charm of either THE COMMITMENTS or THE SNAPPER. Bakery worker Brendan "Bimbo"
Reeves (Donal O'Kelly) is laid off, and decides to buy a fast food van rather than join his perpetually unemployed pals at the local pub. He invites big-hearted but truculent Larry (Colm Meaney, who's appeared in all three films, playing variations on the same character) to work with him, and
while the enterprise starts well, the pressures of running even a small business begin to interfere with their friendship. The p...