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St George's Day (2012)

Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Thriller | 7 September 2012 (UK)
Follows two infamous London gangsters, Mickey Mannock and Ray Collishaw. Both men are top of the food chain when their world is turned upside down as they lose a shipment of the Russian Mafia's cocaine.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Trenchard
... Ray Collishaw
... Albert Ball
... Micky Mannock
... William Bishop
... Jimmy McCudden
... Richard
... Levi
... Proctor
... Nixon
... Ellie Collishaw
Tommy McDonnell ... Joe Collishaw
Tony Denham ... Eddie Mannock
... Peckham Princess
... Klash
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Infamous London gangster cousins, Micky Mannock and Ray Collishaw, are at the top of the food chain, when their world is turned upside down as they lose a shipment of the Russian Mafia's cocaine in rough seas. Set in London, Amsterdam and Berlin, the story races across Europe at breakneck speed as Micky and Ray attempt to stay one step ahead of the Police. Can they pull off a daring diamond heist in time to put things right and retire to a "legitimate" way of life. Written by Frank Harper

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gangster | diamonds | heist | See All (3) »

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A firm, a match, a heist. Blood will be spilt. See more »

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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7 September 2012 (UK)  »

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Berlin Job  »

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"Berlin Job" is the name given to the recut version (97:24 runtime). "St George's Day" is the uncut version (104:23 PAL or ~108:50 runtimes). Recut version loses the football-fight organsing and ferry scenes, a few Amsterdam scenes, and some conversations extending character relationships. See more »

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The Jag at the start of the movie has an "R" registration plate. When they torch the car, it is now an "N" registered car. See more »

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William Bishop: How lucky am I?
Micky Mannock: Not as lucky as you think.
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References Patton (1970) See more »

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Trite Generic "Geezer" Crime Caper Movie for Eastenders Fans
13 September 2012 | by See all my reviews

Hey people "Spoiler alert", this movie SUCKS big time. If I could give a film 0 stars believe me I would, I am so annoyed at wasting my time and money seeing this movie I've felt obliged to put pen to paper. This film blatantly copies all the standard Brit Gangster tropes that we've seen before in films such as "Layer cake", "Gangster No 1" etc. but does them all REALLY REALLY BADLY. The story revolves around the protagonists losing a consignment of cocaine belonging to the Russian mafia, Wow what an original concept! The acting is abysmal and wooden to say the least, the dialogue is of the "Not on my Manor you Muppet" quality. The "jokes" are completely unfunny (I cracked a smile maybe twice). The producers have obviously gotten Charles Dance in as a known "Star" thereby trying to give the movie some credibility, (I like Charles Dance, but be honest when was the last movie of any note you saw him in?) Well Charlie obviously had a big Gas/Electric/Tax bill to pay when this job came into his in-box and he looks decidedly uncomfortable and dyspeptic throughout and is obviously just going through the motions. The rest of the cast are actors that you've probably seen in "Eastenders" or "The Bill" or in some other awful Brit flick standing next to Danny Dyer, trying to look hard and act less wooden than him. I notice a previous reviewer comparing this to "The Long Good Friday", well watching St Georges Day seemed as though I'd sat through a very "Long Long Friday" but there the similarity ends. Do yourselves a favour, get a copy of the aforementioned and brilliant "Long Good Friday" with Bob Hoskins acting his socks off in his best ever role, and give this rubbish a miss. There are some good Brit Gangster movies out there.....This isn't one of them by a Long Long way.


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