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Plot: Following the deadly climax of "Green Street Hooligans," several members of the West Ham firm and numerous members of Millwall end up in jail. The GSE quickly discover the brutality of life on the inside, as they are constant targets of the superior numbers and better-financed Millwall crew. Runtime: 94 min Release Date: 05 Mar 2009
A great violent film. No more No less. (by pckg224)
I thought it was a great film for what it is. If you want to watch movies like these then your not in it for award material. Your watching it because you like these types of violent movies. And that's just what it does best. It gives you bucket fulls of gratuitous violence .Like the scene in which Graham McTavish has a showdown with a just woken up Ross McCall has to be seen. The " IRON LADY " Is a infuriating old bitch who you just want to kick 7 days of s**t out off. OK so its a bit far fetched , but so what. It doesn't pretend not to be. Get the lads round, pop this film <more>
OK, so this is ostensibly a film about British hooligans in prison, there is a football match at the end of the film that establishes whether one team or another can go home, this is the premise in a nutshell, and it's all well and good......Except that there is something far more subversive, dangerous and potentially unpleasant for the masses, about this little movie! It is a polished and attractively well executed action film, the locations look slick and not British at all, the cast are handsome and chiseled, and cheerfully smart, if not intelligent, then they are amusingly engaging, <more>
not the usual traits of the British hooligan in fiction or even non-fiction unless you read the "skin head" books of the 1970's. Their undying loyalty, like a badge of honor, to their various hooligan "firms" is worn proudly and cheerfully, it is a given, as a matter of fact and without any kind of moral warning whatsoever. These lads do what they do because they like it!There have been a number of films made on the topic of soccer hooligans; ID, The Firm, Football factory, Green Street Hooligans; all have dealt with the various ways the hooligan protagonists coped with the pressure of having to be a part of what is basically a violent criminal organization. As in films about characters in criminal groups, we are usually shown how they want to get out, how they want to go straight, why they are maturing to the point of wanting to find something else in life, why they are better than the criminals they have grown up with...In Greenstreet 2: Stand your Ground, the characters are hooligans and proud of it, they live for the fight and enjoy reminiscing, they enjoy scrapping and the drinking that follows, or starts it. They enjoy talking about the history of the sport, as they interpret it; at the end of this movie, they are most probably off to another game to cause more trouble, without a shred of guilt, or philosophical remorse.This is startling and troubling and actually for the first time ever, quite honest.Far from finding this film unpleasant, I was actually relieved and surprised that it didn't try to convince me to feel sorry for an adult male basically doing what he wanted to, in a free country - it's not free to fight in the street, but you get my drift.Instead of wading through a bunch of liberal hand wringing; I was encouraged to root for them in their fights, even in their football game, and found myself on the edge of my seat, 100% true, when the hero, Dave, played by Ross McCall has to face off with the menacingly efficient Graham McTavish John Rambo , finally knocking his tooth out in what has to be one of the bloodiest fist fights in any film, even for a prison film this is bloody good fun!The standout performer in this grindhouse style pic may well be Luke Massy as Keith, when in his solitary cell his character recites his teams history, it's a haunting and strangely moving scene, one that doesn't, and shouldn't belong in this film, but somehow it does, and should. It is one of many scenes that transcended the material in this gritty, B-movie and really made me sit up and take notice, believe me I wanted to hate this movie.Massy was a boxer once I believe, and his portrayal of this tainted pugilist is outstanding, it is also the one moment in the film that touches on the history of the ICF, of West Ham, and even back to the Viking hooligans kicking severed heads around, some of the details are known to only a few, but the effect is powerful. No other hooligan movie has got this, yet.This film is unlikely to please many critics, usually too wrapped up in their own importance to realize that this is diametrically different to anything that has come before. They will be outraged by the positive light thrown onto membership in a football firm, they will be in fits of consternation over the handsome looking leads; "what does this say to our youth, are you condoning membership in a firm, are you saying it's OK to be a hooligan?" I hear them saying, if they say anything at all - well it may be, and it may not be, regardless, like the best films it's doesn't judge, and for once I watched a film about a subject matter with which I am intimate, and it pleased me, rightly. I highly recommend it, but, it's not for your grannie!
loads of people are hating on this movie for some reasons but i loved it.it wasn't as good as #1 but it was still great and kept me entertained.it didn't have a deep storyline but if you payed attention it was related to the 1st one which is where the story came from. this film is more so for people that just want to watch a fun movie rather then Shakespeare if you know what i mean.plenty of violence swearing and things that you watch an 18+ film to see.well worth the watch and if you don't like it then don't rate it as low as you can, besides if it is only as bad as 1/10 then <more>
So its not Oscar material Its a good English footy film based in the clink for the 80's crew. You wont like it if your millwall scum or Chelsea *people* My bro is HH but hey - we cant all be human some ppl will get it, some wont - its a footy film - I enjoyed it and Im QPR. Its violent, its old school - and the match DID have relevance, the violence has value IF you get the scene its based on - if you didn't get the match you weren't watching. There is Good V EvilThis film will be a classic. Some people understand that its not always about match day, A tribe is a tribe. It <more>
don't mater what scarf you wear or what top you got ripped into buying. Your boys are your Boys.Blinding Film. I enjoyed this as much as the original, Even if the ICF are .... well ... tomorrow's another day init ;
I read the reviews before watching the film as I'm sure most do and they were below average at best, so I went in with extremely low expectations. I loved Green Street and I was excited to watch the sequel, upsetting it may be that only one member of the original Green Street cast survived into the sequel, it was still a very good film. The storyline is really gripping, making you fall in love with some characters and resenting others, if you are a fan of violence and cockney accents this film is perfect for you. Overall this film was very good, some characters could have been designated <more>
Not normally a fan of football hooligans, the DVD came my way and I watched it. The moody, dusty shots inside and out created an atmosphere that the music livened up and swept me along. The violence is well, violent, but there is also humour and subtlety. The camera wanders over fine detailing, little nuances in a brutal world. Great directing.. It makes for a good tale, with strong character acting. There seems to be a sense of fun despite the brutal bits, as if celebrating life where ever you are, outside or inside, is what it's about - physical pain? -Well that's something that you <more>
get over quickly! Support your team, support your mates. Anyone who doesn't...well look out. I'm going to watch it again, but maybe my granny will enjoy it...