Tyrannosaur is the directorial debut film from fantastic actor Paddy Considine. There are no dinasaurs in this film so if you're looking for that sort of movie, this isn't it. The film is about the human condition and centers on the complex relationship between a self loathing alcoholic and an abused charity shop worker. It's a raw exploration of humanity and Considine apparently steers clear of making snap judgements as the layers of the main protagonists are revealed. It's getting amazing reviews with some touting it as a masterpiece. I'm off to see it soon. This is so great for actor/director Paddy Considine. He's been a quiet, secret weapon in the film industry for years and it's really good to see him have this success.