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This months football hooligan based crime movie....
Following the death of Katie in part 2, by some bad geezers who swear a lot, her boyfriend and his mate Eddie travel to kill the bad guy. But just like any stupid villain should know, there is a bit of spiel from the boyfriend, instead of him just doing what he came to do.
So he ends up getting killed and Eddie gets pinched....
back home, Eddie attends the funeral, where he is the only one there, but there is a shady character in the background.
To cut a long story short, it's the boyfriends brother, he wants revenge, so he and Eddie go to Rio to exact revenge, but wouldn't you know it, there is the small matter of the world cup going on too.....
It's meat and potatoes stuff this film, it's nothing any different from any other Brit crime based movie that has been released every single month in the UK since Dyer made The Football factory.
But, if you enjoyed the previous two instalments, it begs to be watched, because it ties everything up, in big fat stupid knot.
The acting is beyond poor, the brother is dreadful, and makes one wonder where he came from, but he was in a Nick Love film, but he doesn't have any life or emotion in his eyes, so when he is angry, you cannot help but just stare at his eyes to see the deadness. Much like Ghostriders penance stare.
But it's not awful, the one liners are laughably bad, and if you like these sort of film, you could do a lot, lot worse.
Just rent any film with the word Essex in the title
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