The film is based loosely around events in December 1995 that culminated in the murders of three drug dealers in Rettendon, Essex, UK. On 6th December Patrick Tate, Craig Rolfe and Tony ... See full summary »
On December 6th 1995, three members of the notorious Essex Boys firm were brutally executed in the most infamous gangland murders in British history. Many believe Jack Whomes and Michael ... See full summary »
Steve Nipper Ellis,
Based on a true story in 1985. Derek is a dreamer and a loser. No matter how hard he tries he fails at everything he attempts. Determined to show the world he can succeed at something he ... See full summary »
Andrew Harwood Mills,
Bonnie, Clyde and their infamous Barrow gang set out on a mission to save Clyde's brother, Buck from a group of unknown criminals. Unknowingly to them, there is more to the situation and these unidentified captors.
Danny E. Thistlethwaite
In 1995, drug suppliers and career criminals Tony Tucker, Patrick Tate and Craig Rolfe were blasted to death by a shot gun whilst waiting in a Range Rover in Rettendon, Essex. The film ... See full summary »
When three of the country's most notorious killers were shot dead in a desolate field, late one night, a criminal empire was toppled and the legend of the infamous Range Rover murders was born. Twenty years later, new faces are at the forefront of gangland Britain, but with the notorious killer never caught, there are those who haven't forgotten and won't rest until justice is served. The epic revenge spree that would shake the local crime families and police force to their core. Their names will never be known, but their actions shocked a nation.Written by
Having seen all of the previous "Essex Boys" related films, I watched this with a degree of trepidation. Surely there wasn't going to be yet more previously untold material to surface here? Thankfully this is a fictional spin on the infamous story of the Rettendon murders. It packs a punch in parts and contains some humorous moments along the way. Although the acting leaves a lot to be desired in parts it is still worth watching as it contains a few unexpected twists throughout. The four new breed Essex Boys reminded me of the yuppie drug dealers in "Lock Stock....". They are certainly not your typical drug dealers / gangland characters who would instill fear in anyone coming across them as is normally the case in these sorts of films. I found that the film passed quickly and kept my attention throughout. Although it is not the grittiest of films I would still say give it a watch to all those who like British gangland films.
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