When Newcastle United soccer star Santiago Munez is offered a spot with Real Madrid, he accepts, but the move - accompanied by big money and fame - tests his ties and loyalties to family, friends and business acquaintances.
When Sophia and Nick are watching England's opening World Cup match against Paraguay, a World Cup advertising board behind them says they are in Nuremburg. The England-Paraguay match was played in Frankfurt. See more »
I'm only rating 3 stars instead of 1 is because as a stand-alone movie, it's a b grade film. As an ending to a GREAT storyline, this one is truly disappointing, borderline RAGE at the producer and director.
Wow, that is all i can say. With in the first 5 minutes i was totally lost. My first thought was, who the hell are these two blokes (charlie and Liam character)? Since then, i sat angrily watching a story about two characters that did not belong in the story line. I mean why, why, why end the trilogy killing of the storyline and character that many fans fell in love with and related to? Seriously, where was the original story line? Where was Roz and the baby, Glen Foy and Gavin Harris? I can understand that they might not have the budget to star the likes of Anna Friel or Stephen Dillane again, but they could have just gotten new actor/actresses. NOT a totally new story.
Bottom Line, this movie will not only disappoint you, but if you watched the first two, will anger and leave you dissatisfied by the ending of what i thought to be a great trilogy.
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