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Rollin' with the Nines (2006)

 -  Crime | Action | Drama  -  21 April 2006 (UK)
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Too Fine and his friends Finny, Pushy and Rage hope to set up a successful urban underground garage act and escape the lives they're trying to leave behind. But this dream all goes ... See full summary »

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Too Fine and his friends Finny, Pushy and Rage hope to set up a successful urban underground garage act and escape the lives they're trying to leave behind. But this dream all goes tragically wrong when Too Fine is murdered in a drive by-shooting at the hands of Temper, a former adversary from his days peddling rock on the streets who he owed a large unpayed debt to. To make matters worse, the weight of this burden falls on his sister Hope, who is brutally attacked and raped by Temper with a warning of worse things to come if the debt is not settled soon. With no way of paying the debt and seeking revenge, she visits Temper early one morning and blasts him to death. The dust settles for a while after this until Hope learns that Temper was a good associate of gangster David Brumby, who has now lost a good business partner. But then Hope suggests she becomes his new partner and before long she and Too Fine's friends are back doing what they did before they tried to make it big. But ... Written by davidgraham83@hotmail.com

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Violence,Guns,Drugs What in London?? No way!!
11 May 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

If you can get over the faults with this film it's actually quite enjoyable. Yes it's another London gangster movie and yes it's over the top at times. But it doses depict a sense of realism that most of this is happening in London nowadays for real.

The director takes no prisoners when Violence is concerned. It's often brutal, real and in your face.

Guns are everywhere in this movie as you would expect from the film title and the characters are not afraid to use them. In the opening 20 Min's there is a bit of Gun loving, a nightclub fight, a shooting and a Rape.

Then things go into overdrive.

Was very impressed with the shootout in the Jamaican crack den the whole scene gripped me from beginning to end. With an impressive use of CGI for the bullets which overall gave it a bit more realism. Ending in some excellent frying pan action From Mr Stone.

Terry Stone gives a menacing and believable performance as a hard nose crooked copper who seems to enjoy violence and bully boy tactics. To watch Jason Flemying and Terry Stone verbally spar was very enjoyable. Although Flemying in my opinion should have been used more in this movie his time on screen is a breath of fresh air to this film.

But it does seem that all the other actors in the police unit speak with the same monotone sleep educing deep voice. Which is noticeable when they are all together in a scene. The characterisation within the remaining police unit could have been better.

Billy Murray's character is predictable it would be nice to see this actor stretch himself outside of a gangster/crooked policeman role one day. But on this film he gives an all together a solid performance.

Vas (Wasn't he in grange hill) Blackwood gives another strong performance.

Robbie Gee seems to be in his element playing the bad boy yardie

Overall this film is enjoyable. It's rough round the edges at times as all low budget films are. The acting is ropey at times, noticeable from the first timers on screen. But the other actors outway this and produce an enjoyable solid gangster flick.

The sound track to this film as you would expect is full of in your face Rap and Reggie. Which all adds to the feel and the mood of the film.

Overall a good film

Just don't watch it with your mum or grandparents.


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