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Writers (WGA):
T. Jay O'Brien (written by)
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Release Date:
28 July 2010 (Finland) See more »
Fight for respect. See more »
Following the deadly climax of "Green Street Hooligans," several members of the West Ham firm and numerous members of Millwall end up in jail... See more » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
John Bariamis ... The Chaplain

Nicola Bertram ... Fosterville Guard (as Nicola Bertrtam)
Matt Candito ... Akbar
Lonnie Cayetano ... Fellow
Paul Cullen ... Mickey

Hugh Daly ... Prisoner #1 (as Hugh Daley)

Treva Etienne ... Arthur Mason
Michael Enright ... Daniel
Terence Jay ... Jess Abbot

Steve Hart ... Paul
Nicky Holender ... Ned Hastings (as Nick Holender)

Luke Massy ... Keith Morrison

Graham McTavish ... Big Marc Turner
Suzanne May ... Michelle 'Red' Miller

Ross McCall ... Dave Miller

Timothy V. Murphy ... Max (as Timothy Murphy)

Deobia Oparei ... Derrick Jackson
T. Jay O'Brien ... Fosterville Governor

Peter O'Meara ... Terry

Marina Sirtis ... Veronica Mavis

Dominiquie Vandenberg ... Gonzo

Anthony Vitale ... Prisoner #2

Garrett Warren ... Hegyes

Vernon Wells ... Tankersley Governor
Howard Antony ... Guard #1 (as Howard Anthony)
Brandon Dyson ... Guard #4
Ari McIntyre ... Guard #6

Anastacia McPherson ... Guard #2
Stefan Raulston ... Guard #3 (as Stephan Ralston)

Margarita Reyes ... Guard #5
Carlos Buti ... Soccer Player
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Matthias Hues ... Soccer Player

Daniel Jones ... Football hooligan

Mahesh Mishra ... Police Officer

James Seaman ... Prison Guard
Lloyd G. Vincent ... Soccer Player

Edward Conna ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

Martin Elias ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

David Fletcher ... Prison Guard (uncredited)
Harrison Freed ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Waymond Lee ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Darren Luckin ... Prisoner (uncredited)

David Mattey ... Chelsea Gang Member (uncredited)

Rene Napoli ... Detective (uncredited)
Neil G. Phillips ... Big Marc's Gang (uncredited)
Nathan Pitkanen ... Chelsea Gang Member (uncredited)

John Robert ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Dallas Ryan ... Dave's Friend (uncredited)
Ayesha Shiva ... Russian Girl (uncredited)

Gary Sievers ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Christian Stokes ... Wertzel (uncredited)

Jerry Trimble ... Max's Gang Member (uncredited)

Richard Lee Warren ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

Leland White ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

Directed by
Jesse V. Johnson  (as Jesse Johnson)
Writing credits
T. Jay O'Brien (written by)

Lexi Alexander (characters) &
Dougie Brimson (characters)

Produced by
Lexi Alexander .... executive producer
Charles Arthur Berg .... executive producer (as Charles Berg)
Deborah Del Prete .... producer
Linda McDonough .... producer
Gigi Pritzker .... producer
Chris Ranta .... associate producer
Original Music by
Terence Jay 
Cinematography by
Jonathan Hall 
Film Editing by
Cari Coughlin 
Casting by
Sari Knight 
Pauline Ocon 
Production Design by
Travis Zariwny  (as Travis Nicholas Zariwny)
Art Direction by
Melanie Rein 
Set Decoration by
Liza Chenault 
Costume Design by
Susan Doepner-Senac 
Makeup Department
Ayla Dew .... makeup artist
Heather Ford .... makeup artist
Heather Ivy Frank .... makeup artist
Laura Hill .... makeup artist
Galaxy San Juan .... key makeup artist
Nikki Smith .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Kurt .... second second assistant director
Sazzy Lee Calhoun .... first assistant director (as Peggy Aiken)
Clenet Verdi-Rose .... second assistant director
Garrett Warren .... second unit director
Art Department
Kent Daniels .... leadman
Joti Poirier .... set dresser
Karina Romeo .... property master
Chris Scharffenberg .... swing gang
J. Zachary Smith .... on-set dresser
Sound Department
Christian Dwiggins .... re-recording mixer
Christian Dwiggins .... supervising sound editor
Jörg Klaussner .... dubbing mixer
Mitch Pierson .... sound editor
Mike Risha .... adr recordist
Mike Risha .... adr supervisor
Mike Risha .... dialogue editor
Aran Tanchum .... foley editor
Aran Tanchum .... foley mixer
R.D. White .... sound designer
R.D. White .... supervising sound editor
Special Effects by
Bob Wasson .... special effects makeup
Visual Effects by
C.J. Bruce .... visual effects coordinator
Alex Jacobs .... technical assistant
Michael Kaelin .... compositing supervisor: Michael Kaelin & Associates, Inc.
Edward Voccola .... title designer
Vivian Wei .... compositor
Manny Ayala .... stunts
Lloyd Barachina .... stunts
Chino Binamo .... stunts
Brent Chase .... utility stunts
Kevin Collins .... stunts
Lateef Crowder .... stunts
Shawn Crowder .... stunts
Hugh Daly .... stunts
Eyad Elbitar .... stunts
Jef Groff .... stunts
Dennis Keiffer .... additional stunts
Krisztian Kery .... stunts
Nito Larioza .... utility stunts
Bill Leaman .... stunt performer
Vernon Lewis .... stunts
David Mattey .... stunts
Adam James Miller .... stunt performer
Adam James Miller .... stunts
Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom .... stunts
Neil G. Phillips .... stunts
Paul Anthony Scott .... stunts
Sonny Sison .... stunts
Christian Stokes .... stunts
Anthony Vitale .... stunts
Garrett Warren .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Carmen Cabana .... grip
George Abbott Clark .... behind the scenes
Scott Toler Collins .... additional gaffer
Mario Contini .... electrician
Joe Crowder .... electrician
Arturo Elizondo .... additional best boy grip
Arturo Elizondo .... additional chief lighting technician
Matt Fore .... director of photography: second unit
Tyler Harrison .... additional second assistant camera
Akhat Ibraev .... intern: grip and electric
Sarah Keally .... first assistant b camera
Alex Konowitz .... grip
Charles R. Mathews .... best boy grip
Andrey Prikazchikov .... gaffer
Joseph Robbins .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Robert Royds .... first assistant camera
Paul Samaniego .... assistant camera
Michele K. Short .... additional still photographer
Jeff Siljenberg .... best boy electric (as Jeffrey Siljenberg)
Wilson Weaver .... crane operator
Wilson Weaver .... dolly grip
Jason Wheeler .... key grip
Brandon Zachary .... loader
Jack L. Zeman .... still photographer
Casting Department
Carmen Betancourt .... extras casting
James P. Driscoll .... extras casting
Sherrie Henderson .... adr voice casting
Dan Velez .... adr voice casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lourdes Corugedo .... wardrobe assistant
Janae Murray .... wardrobe assistant
Julia Rylova .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Sergey Gavrishkiv .... assistant editor
Scott Lawson .... colorist
John Sellars .... colorist
Music Department
Christian Dwiggins .... music editor
Daniel Hubbert .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Matthew Ballard .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Hank Grover .... production coordinator
Mandi Hicks .... production assistant
Akhat Ibraev .... intern production assistant
Kelli Kaye .... assistant: director
Ronald J. Levin .... production counsel
Nat McCormick .... production consultant
Sue McGraw .... production accountant (as Crystal 'Sue' McGraw)
Dan Metcalfe .... soccer choreographer
Aaron Michiel .... business affairs executive
Brian O'Shea .... world sales executive
Keren Siman Or .... production assistant
Kimberley Roper .... script supervisor
John Santos .... production coordinator
Cortney L. Wilson .... key set production assistant (as Courtney L. Wilson)

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Also Known As:
"Green Street Hooligans 2: Stand Your Ground" - USA (DVD box title)
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94 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
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Dave:[after taking a beating from Big Marc] You're no Pete Dunham.
Big Marc:Oh, you missing your little Petey are ya?
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24 out of 34 people found the following review useful.
Repellent, brain-numbing bilge, 24 April 2009
Author: davideo-2 from United Kingdom

STAR RATING: ***** Saturday Night **** Friday Night *** Friday Morning ** Sunday Night * Monday Morning

Following a 'can't back down' confrontation with his rival Millwall supporters, Dave (Ross McCall) and his gang are transferred to a tougher prison with a harsher regime, where they are pitted against the brutal Big Marc (Graham McTavish) and his blood thirsty section of the Millwall firm who are determined to make their lives hell.

I'm not going to start blaming Green Street 2 for problems in society, and am the most liberal minded when it comes to censorship, but this soulless straight to DVD sequel to the only average cinematic film is as base as it can get, with the minimal, simplistic story revolving around twisted thugs dishing out sickening, blood soaked hand to hand violence to each other. Since each side is as morally and humanistically dead as each other, it's tough to really see either side coming off as the good guys in the tacked on 'happy' ending that feels as flat and insincere as the plot has been so far up in the film.

Another objection is the lack of conviction. It's supposedly set in a tough English prison, yet the inside and (especially) the outside resemble more of an American one, making it pretty obvious it was filmed for a yank audience, along with the actors putting on unconvincing London accents when they're really Scottish, northern or even American themselves. As the lead star, McCall carries things along with enough (fake) cockney charm whilst getting convincing (given the nature of the film) support from Luke Massy and Nick Holender and McTavish certainly has presence as the villain, but the material is so weak none of them can shine. One fun thing you can do is play Spot the Character Actor, including 'Digital Man' Matthias Hues in literally a walk on part and even Bennett (from Commando) himself Vernon Wells (now really fat) as the prison governor, but the overall feeling you're left with is why the studios keep making these meaningless, cheap looking straight to DVD sequels in the first place and what drives anyone to want to watch them. *

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