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Following the deadly climax of "Green Street Hooligans," several members of the West Ham firm and numerous members of Millwall end up in jail. The GSE quickly discover the brutality of life on the inside, as they are constant targets of the superior numbers and better-financed Millwall crew. Written by
Are you looking at a masterpiece you will remember for years to come? No. Are you looking at Oscar winning acting? Certainly not. Are you looking for a B-movie on a Saturday night with a couple of beers and a boll of chips? Ah yes? Then this movie is for you. Its nothing spectacular in term of script of acting, even the french dubbed version(i am in Quebec) is surely not one of the best i heard, but yet its a good action movie, it does incorporate some stuff from the previous movie, enough to convince us its a sequel. I wish the 2 main guys where showed in the first movie, cause except Dave and Big Marc(who, as a different actor, had a small role in the first movie) they are not characters from the original. But still there was tons of supporters in the first movie will small parts, so you can say its 2 of them. The whole violence in the movie seem pretty real, with blood, and the fights are not spectacular in the sense of a martial arts movie, but they are convincing as real beat downs. And I'm sorry i never been to jail, either in America or UK, so i can't make a difference between a USA or UK prison... That was my second watching of that movie today, first being one year ago before i saw number 1(not released in french DVD, had to buy the English version) and this one right after i saw number 1, and i say i enjoyed the movie as much as the last time. I own the DVD, so i will certainly re watch it in the future. This is clearly not a bad movie as the other review try to convince people it is.
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