Green Street Hooligans

Green Street Hooligans

After being wrongfully expelled from Harvard University, American Matt Buckner flees to his sister's home in England. Once there, he is befriended by her charming and dangerous brother-in-law, Pete Dunham, and introduced to the underworld of British football hooliganism. Matt learns to stand his ground through a friendship that develops against the backdrop of this secret and often violent world. 'Green Street Hooligans' is a story of loyalty, trust and the sometimes brutal consequences of living close to the edge.

The movie follows Matt Buckner, a wrongfully expelled Harvard undergrad who moves to London, where he is introduced West Ham football firm run by his brother-in-law's younger brother and is morally transformed by their commitment to each other. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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David O (ru) wrote: My first Indian movie. It was different with the singing in the middle. The kung fu was awesome.Also it was funny with the random use of English. In all it was good.

Rhonda B (ca) wrote: Thank you Secretary Kerry, Secretary Clinton and President Obama for negotiating nuclear peace deal with Iran.

Mike K (de) wrote: Atrocious. Why did I watch this?

Faisal M (jp) wrote: very different from the rest of the cross over movies.. really liked it. anupam kher was as usual amazing!

Andr D (gb) wrote: "Renaissance" es una pelcula animada para adultos, que usa la tcnica de rotoscopa (animar sobre actuaciones reales) acerca de un polica del futuro que investiga un secuestro que lo lleva a una gran conspiracin cientfica e industrial. Esta pelcula intenta ser una especie de mezcla de "Sin City" y "Blade Runner" (algo as como ciencia ficcin noir), pero no logra la visceralidad y la fascinacin de las obras que la inspiraron. "Renaissance" es una pelcula con una puesta en escena hermosa e impresionante, pero que se queda corta en historia y en despertar emocin en el espectador.

Grant H (es) wrote: Good movie. Very suspenseful, very twisted, very Hitchcock-ean, with great performances from the three leads.

Hwahyun K (gb) wrote: it's cool and fresh sexy but not squal picture-like scenes good musics and sexy david

Laurence B (ru) wrote: It's fun and full of entertaining and eccentric characters, it maintains a good level of humour from start to finish but it has the potential to be much more funny.

Sherry (it) wrote: Heres one to see,,,,,,very odd

Aaron G (br) wrote: The Stan Lee cameo makes it worth it, but this is a textbook case of what happens when the studio funds you: bigger budget= creative compromise.

Dominik N (au) wrote: VERY silly and at times quite gruesome, but all in all quite enjoyable.

Emily B (mx) wrote: I admire Isabelle Huppert more and more as an actress with each film I see her in. Here she plays Marie Latour, one of the last women guillotined in France, for having performed illegal abortions. The subject is obviously a delicate one. Chabrol doesn't take sides though. The dark side of this woman is evident, she shows little or no concern for her clients and seemingly is only doing it to get as much money as possible out of it. But there is also a innocence to her, to do anything she can to provide the best for her children. Would make a great (though admittingly bleak) double feature with Vera Drake.

Todd D (mx) wrote: Very cool I suggest you watch this movie

jimmi l (kr) wrote: Total psych-out stemning :)

Ken T (fr) wrote: Former military man, gifted novelist and heavy drinker Dave Hirsh (Frank Sinatra) has returned to his home town by bus. A trampy girl (Shirley MacLaine) has followed him as well. It is not long before Dave's brother Frank (Arthur Kennedy) who is trying to make a name for himself among the upper crust of the town, knows he is back. What follows is Dave trying to establish and find himself - he wants bookish Gwen (Martha Hyer) but she seems more interested in his abilities than his body. Meanwhile brother Frank lives a sexually repressed life yet is attracted to his secretary. And Frank has a daughter who herself is dealing with coming of age. Dave establishes a relationship with a new drinking and gambling buddy in Dillert (Dean Martin) who acts as a voice of reason though he himself doesn't have much reason. An interesting character study of people aspiring to live a certain way despite that way being against their character. MacLaine is excellent in her breakthrough role.

Ben S (us) wrote: Otto Preminger brings his trademark bravura camerawork to bear for this strange thriller, which is further bolstered by solid performances from Keir Dullea and Laurence Olivier.