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A bar fight leaves up-and-coming professional footballer Andy injured and out of the game. Needing money to support his wife and himself, he buys an ice cream van and sets to work. However,... See full summary »
Damien is a London copper with a past he's trying to forget. Before signing up for the force he ran with a football firm, getting involved in tear-ups up and down the country. Now he's on ... See full summary »
The film opens with Jack tied to a chair in a warehouse, guarded by heavies. He seems to have evoked the wrath of the Guv'nor, who lectures him about 'losing respect'. A girl called Natalie... See full summary »
Jack is an undercover cop infiltrating a criminal gang. Things go pear-shaped when Jack's chancer pal does a runner with a box belonging to the boss and ends up in a perilous situation which threatens to explode into disaster.
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The film opens with Jack being shot as per the ending of Jack Said. We see that he is shot in the back and an exit wound in his stomach indicating that the bullet passed straight through him. Later when Jack is arguing about wanting a strong drink, he states that he was shot and that the surgeon tried to remove the bullet with a pair of salad tongs. See more »
Watched last night at the premiere, a very enjoyable film. The film noir look really worked, and the split screen segments really add to the comic book feel. Some excellent action scenes and good performances all round, the cast were used perfectly, Alan Ford is perfect as the main villain, while Dexter Fletcher and Tamer Hassan really add to the film. Simon Phillips plays Jack perfectly and is very believable in the action scenes. While a thriller there are also some very funny moments, it's the best film of the trilogy so far and I for one would like to see the story continued.
A British film that deserves your attention.
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