Set in '70s Kingston and '80s Hackney, Yardie centres on the life of a young Jamaican man named D (Aml Ameen), who has never fully recovered from the murder, committed during his childhood,... See full summary »
Former Colonel Fernandez is appointed Minister of the National Anti-Drug Agency (SENAD) and purges the special forces to fight the first of many battles against drug trafficking on the border of Paraguay and Argentina.
Bruno Sosa Bofinger
One of the worst films I've ever seen. I had high expectations after watching the first one and I was extremely disappointed the acting was shocking (you couldn't even understand what the jamaican characters were saying) the camera angle was odd it looked like something from YouTube, some of the scenes were too prolonged that it took out the authtenticiy of crime in london and last the story was tedious it was hard to interpret what was going on. It looked like they focused more on spending their money extravagantly on wild locations or making parties look lavish than actually working on the movies story. Some scenes were ruthless like the ones in the first film that made it look gritty. Not good enough to make it a watchable film though don't waste your money like i did
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