A young lad is brainwashed into thinking his only way out of his life on a London Estate is to become a football hooligan and fight his way out. When his best friend tries to steer him in the right path, there is a tragic turn of events.
Steven M. Smith
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Ana Gonzalez Bello,
Review: I thought that this movie was going to be about football hooligans, but it's got nothing to do with football at all. Basically it's about a group of group of men who rob a bank and then go on the run from the law, taking a hostage with them. It's not your typical violent, cockney British gangster movie because the bunch of criminals really haven't got a clue about how there going to get away. It some ways it's a watchable comedy, but then the storyline gets interesting when the twists and turns of each individual situation comes into play. The acting is pretty average along with the storyline, but it's not as bad as a lot of British gangster movies that I have seen lately. Not Bad!
Round-Up: There are some recognisable faces in the movie, but there not A-listers. I can't see how this movie fits into the other films in this franchise and I thought that the ending could have been a bit better. I didn't have high expectations for the film so I wasn't totally disappointed, if anything, I was surprised that the director concentrated on the wit and the script more than the violence, sex and drugs, like many other movies in this genre. In all, it's a short movie which you end up sticking with, just to see how the story unfolds.
Budget: $3million Worldwide Gross: N/A
I recommend this movie to people who are into there heist movies about a group of bank robbers on the run. 3/10
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