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Who Needs Enemies (2013)

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When ex-boxer Tom Sheridan agrees to hire his strip club out to lifelong friend and colleague Ian Levine he soon discovers the private party involves something so atrocious that it sparks a bloody feud between the two old friends.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael McKell ... Ian
Ian Pirie ... Tom
Emma Barton Emma Barton ... Catherine
Kris Johnson ... Chris
Glen Fox Glen Fox ... Mark
Tom Carey Tom Carey ... Tony
Victoria Donovan ... Vicky
Nick Lavelle ... Olav
Donna Preston ... Betty
Benjamin Stapleton Benjamin Stapleton ... Big Jay (as Ben Stapleton)
Daniel Pirie Daniel Pirie ... Adam
Andrew Oprhanides Andrew Oprhanides ... 1St Exquisite Security
Charlie Rawes ... 2Nd Exquisite Security
Jane Price-Stephens Jane Price-Stephens ... Sophie
Debbie Clark Debbie Clark ... Louise


Tom Sheridan has risen through the London underworld and now owns a thriving nightclub. When Ian, an old friend and former colleague, asks to use the club for a private party, Tom agrees. But when he finds out that the party involved prostituting children to wealthy pedophiles, Tom sets out to make him pay. When Ian retaliates to Tom's retribution, a bloody war breaks out in London. Very strong language. Written by Anonymous

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Be careful who your friends are.


Crime | Drama | Thriller


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29 November 2013 (UK) See more »

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When Tom and Tony are talking (the first time) about Tony's girl being stabbed Tony says the "bullet" just missed her heart. Later on it is said the knife just missed her heart. See more »


Chris: You can't trust anyone these days.
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Devil Got A Hold On Me
Music by Ben Pagnam
Lyrics by Ben Pagnam
Performed by Accidental Hero
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Another solid British gangster film
13 September 2017 | by djg32514See all my reviews

Most movies made in the U.S. nowadays are pretty low brow and seem to cater to Hollywood elites and their sophomoric sensibilities. Not so with the British and Australian film industry. Solid story, characters are well defined, actors are top notch though not widely known. The weaving of the story in chapters works well. I have been a fan of the British gangster films for quite sometime now. Pistols are held and fired as pistols, violence is in your face when it needs to be and subtle when it adds to the story. Nothing gratuitous about it. Good direction as well. If you are fan of the genre this is a little known gem.

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