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Rated R · 1h 34m
When wistful introvert Alan Furnace meets quick-witted bombshell Beatrice, he has no idea of her secret life as "B. Monkey" -- the top thief-for-hire in London's criminal underworld. Charmed by Furnace's innocent and chivalrous ways, Beatrice resolves to reform. But to cash in on her first chance at real love, she must escape her former partner in crime, the ruthless Paul Neville -- and a dark past that seems to haunt her every step.
A sort of "Pretty Woman" for the underworld.
New York Daily News by
A solidly crafted, entertaining melodrama.
Village Voice by
B. Monkey is crawling with smart actors saying things they don't quite mean.
Mr. Showbiz by
An entertaining but insubstantial romantic thriller loaded with Euro-chic trappings and no small amount of sex appeal.
Los Angeles Times by
As skilled, resourceful actors, (Argento and Harris) make...a more believable couple than you would have thought possible.
TV Guide Magazine by
Overall the film is a stylish lark with no resonance, a mean-spirited one-night stand of a movie.
Entertainment Weekly by
You may roll your eyes a bit at the glib, transparent, indie-grunge romanticism.
L.A. Weekly by
Unfortunately, none of the characters -- despite the film's strong cast -- ever seems worthy of the attention.
Being BAD never looked so GOOD!
She's to die for.
They made their bed. Now they have to die in it.