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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
Review: This is your typical East End wannabe gangster movie about 4 drug dealers that mess with the wrong people. It's connected to the famous Range Rover killings, which they have made quite a few English movies about, but it starts off well and then it goes downhill. The acting Is just like all the other English gangster movies that you have seen, and the storyline is full of drugs, sex and violence which we have grown to expect from movies in this genre. I stuck with the movie to find out what was going to happen with the 3 brothers and the drug maker, and there are a couple of twists that make it interesting, but it's nothing amazing. It seemed quite low budget and I couldn't help thinking that the boys should have left the country from the time that they knew that someone was after them or when the cops started to put pressure on them. They didn't even try to hide, which was a bit strange, and they just stayed in there flat when they new that people wanted to murder them. Anyway, it's watchable but not one that you will rewind.
Round-Up: I usually get ticked off when I see the usual faces in these English gangster movies, but this movie really needed some of the old tough nuts that we have seen many times before. Billy Murray is stuck in jail throughout the movie so you hardly see him at all. The 4 main characters just seem like a bunch of kids trying to play a big mans game, and they just get too big for there boots. To be honest, I don't know why they didn't get murdered earlier on in the movie because there not really underworld material.
Budget: $1million Worldwide Gross: N/A
I recommend this movie to people who are into there English gangster movies which are full of sex, drugs & violence. 3/10
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