Simon Cotton as Ronnie Kray and Kevin Leslie as Reggie Kray, picks up the story of the infamous Firm as the sanity of the two brothers bring uncertainties to their business plans . now with... See full summary »
This one-off documentary uses never-before seen footage, interviews and reconstructions to tell the story of the twins' lives from 1968 until their deaths. From their 30-day trial and ... See full summary »
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Nolan Gerard Funk,
The story of Britain's most notorious gangsters, twin brothers Reggie and Ronnie Kray, as you've never experienced it- told from the perspective of one of their closest friends. Starting out as amateur boxers, and ending up as infamously brutal criminal masterminds, the Krays were the terror of London throughout the 1960s. Experience the Krays' precipitous rise and fall in this insider's take on their bloody, violent reign.Written by
Grindstone Entertainment Group, LLC.
The film was well into development when the producers learned of the existence of Legend (2015), a rival production starring Tom Hardy as both Ron and Reggie Kray. See more »
The portrayal of Jack Spot (real name Jack Comer) is incorrect-the real Jack Spot was a portly balding man of Jewish extraction-the characters appearance would been better suited to Billy Hill another major London underworld boss of the time. See more »
It's a dog eat dog world and power goes to the beast with the sharpest teeth.
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This is an absolutely poor lose "remake" of the The Krays. Poorly filmed, awful scripting and a total mish-mash of babble. Not only that it would appear that whole budget was spent on fake blood that showed up quite a bit in the film. Indeed, it seems that the whole film just contained mindless violence for the sake of violence as it cheapish to produce on film.
Add to this the appalling locations and errors in sets e.g. "plastic double glazed windows" and modern cars it just make it more unbearable to watch. I seemed to of missed key points in their history due to sleep apnea! I really isn't worth the watch or the pain. At times in the film I wished they would of plucked my eyes out to save me the torture!
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