An old firm leader returns to Green Street for revenge after receiving a call that his little brother was killed, but is he able to cope with a new type of hooliganism and can he find his killer?

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James Nunn

Writer:

David Beton (as Ronnie Thompson)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Adkins ... Danny
Kacey Clarke ... Molly (as Kacey Barnfield)
Joey Ansah ... DCI Victor Jones
Jack Doolan ... Gilly
Josh Myers ... Big John
Mark Wingett ... Pistol Pete
Roberta Taylor ... Lizzie
Spencer Wilding ... Mason
George Russo ... Tony
Billy Cook Billy Cook ... Joey
Marcus Byron Keating Marcus Byron Keating ... Biggsy
Christian Howard ... Wedge
Marc Edwards Marc Edwards ... Millwall Fighter
Mike Fury Mike Fury ... Millwall Fighter
Michael Walker Michael Walker ... Millwall Fighter (as Michael Kyzirakos)
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An old firm leader returns to Green Street for revenge after receiving a call that his little brother was killed, but is he able to cope with a new type of hooliganism and can he find his killer?

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Action | Crime | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for brutal street fights, language throughout and a scene of sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »

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First sequel in the franchise not to feature any actor from the previous movies. See more »

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Referenced in The Art of Action: Joey Ansah - Episode 26 (2021) See more »

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I actually liked this a lot better then the second movie.....
25 March 2014 | by atinderSee all my reviews

..... as this felt more like a REAL sequel to first movie. then this silly second sequel. (There are still not connections to first or sequel, it just another stand alone movie in the series)

This movie about old firm lead who decided come back to his old ways after he get called that younger brother as been killed in one of the fights.

We did get to see this at start of the movie, it was little nasty as you seen head get smashed up at start of the movie.

I liked fact the show flashback of him and brother talking in black and white, I thought that good idea and add some thing to movie.

There were sometimes, I felt like I was watching bits rocky at times, with all training scenes, which kind of make movie a bit more slower pace in some places.

Adkins who back to his firm and get there Firm back on top, as battles everyone which each firm.very weekend.

There some okay fighting, here and there but there were lot high kick and kung fu going on in this movie.

And there were some normal fights, which was decent, some fight don't that long at time and some fights feel end in a blink of a eye.

There one or two turns in story that liked, which I thought, it didn't really add much to the rest of the plot/movie

5/10


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 September 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Green Street 3: Never Back Down See more »

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Tea Shop Productions See more »
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