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The movie follows a week which spirals brutally out of contro in the life of Woody, a once-successful Soho pimp caught in a treacherous world of dangerous criminals and lethal femme fatales. 
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With nil insight - into the sex industry or anything else - you might conclude Pimp is a film for men who get their kicks watching Dyer strut around leering at topless women who -- in the parlance of the film -- look like "the basic pleasure model".
May 21, 2010
London Evening Standard
Everything about this supposedly raw exposé feels like yesterday's news.
May 21, 2010
Total Film
You wouldn't think a film could actually be both very boring and very offensive. Pimp is that paradox made flesh
May 21, 2010
Radio Times
The sight of Dyer operating under the delusion he's channelling Al Pacino is grim enough, but the real blame must be laid at the door of director/star/co-writer Cavanah, who seriously underperforms in all three roles.
May 21, 2010
Little White Lies
Both breathtakingly crass and unintentionally funny without ever being engaging or entertaining.
May 21, 2010
Sky Movies
For a film that limply purports to lift the lid on the sordid world of Soho sex trafficking this dismal offering is chock full of rank misogyny.
May 21, 2010
Times (UK)
It does, however, make you pity the desperate men and women who allow themselves to be degraded on camera for a few quid (the actors in Pimp).
May 21, 2010
Financial Times
Awful -- bad acting, the worst kind of cockney clichés.
May 21, 2010
Time Out
With its excessive levels of casual racism, sexism and homophobia, the film feels like nothing more than a rejected 'Derek and Clive' sketch that's been stripped of eloquence and irony and calibrated instead for cheap, leery laughs.
May 21, 2010
Daily Express (UK)
Tight close-ups and direct-to- camera confessionals are the order of the day in a film so peppered with sleazy sex, casual violence and endless swearing that it comes perilously close to caricature. Nobody's finest hour.
May 21, 2010
Independent (UK)
The plot, concerning the identity of a snuff-movie killer, is a gruesome mixture of sexual sadism and sentimentality, made even less palatable by dialogue of quarter-witted aggression.
May 21, 2010