Bound by familial duty, Cathal and his brothers Cet and Cormac, accompany their exiled father Fergus, into the bleak wilderness in search of redemption and a new beginning in a world where all hope is lost.
Four men, no strangers to unlawful transgressions, execute a daring football stadium robbery, but the volatile dynamic soon turns sour when the leader of the group becomes paranoid and ... See full summary »
Known for his brutally violent policing tactics, suspended police officer Michael Clarke is sent undercover to infiltrate the notorious London criminal enterprise of Terance Turner, with the task of bringing the gang boss to justice.
Madalina Bellariu Ion
Sigh, another low budget British gangster flick... if there were a handful of good ones, I'd have been more keen when sitting down, but at least I didn't have high hopes to be dashed.
And it's for the best, because the direction was confused, as - lacking a decent script and/or interesting characters - we got some arty shots mixed in with the some others used over and over, and cheap locations that really failed to make the actual bank job the film's all about, believable.
For some reason, a security guard has a gun (I don't know what banks the producers visit in England, if this seemed realistic) and the back-stories of each character were badly put together and not even remotely engaging. In fact, I'd say that the best character died first (well, okay, second), and where I wrote above that the acting was good, I was obviously neglecting the really CRAP cop who hunts the group of robbers down.
With 1,000s of films on Sky where this is presently playing, you didn't have any reason to watch this anyway, so just flick over to something else.
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