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The Old East End Tonight
by Mark Leen & Gary Driscoll
Performed by Gary Driscoll See more »
Running its course.
The first 'Footsoldier' movie was possibly the best 'Brit Gangster' movie since the original 'Essex Boys' and No 2 was more than a decent follow up. Already there are at least 5 or 6 other movies dealing around the same story. No 3 is just like the third instalment (of any series), It looks the same, feels the same but as you watch you feel you have seen it all before. This is not really the fault with this particular film (the violence is racked up, it's well acted) but In the words of the central character "I have nowhere else to go". Watchable for sure but not getting too excited about part 4.
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