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Tom Benedict Knight,
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After seeing the first movie of White Collar Hooligan I already knew it wasn't going to be about football hooligans at all. I'm fine with that because this time I knew about it. But if the first movie was okay to watch this one on the contrary is total garbage. It was really painful to watch. About everything in this movie is wrong. The story is so weak and predictable you are kind of glad you are not playing in that movie. I would have been so ashamed of myself if I was in that movie. This time there were two "hooligan" scenes and they were so bad I could not help myself laughing out loud. I heard there is a third movie about it. Well let me tell you that I for sure won't watch that one. What a waste of time.
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