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Enjoyed the film, would have respected it own as a stand alone title.
I enjoyed the film, a lot more than i thought i would. BUT they could have done this film with no connection to the Green Street name. I would have respected it a lot more, but none the less it was a fun film. Worth a watch. It had good acting (i was surprised by this, i always expect a load of rubbish with these types of films) The story was solid and got me engaged in the story. I really wanted to see how it all panned out even though it was predictable it was still a good story. The choreography of the fights were good, not great but it still looked and felt like a fight even with all the spinney tricks that you would not expect in a film about British football hooligans were there main HQ is a pub, My rating would be a 6 because i know many films that are better that i have rated 8's and 9's but 6 seems low so for this i rate a 7. I think it has earned that extra star for surprising me after i went in to it expecting another rubbish money grab film.
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