White Collar Hooligan 2: England Away

White Collar Hooligan 2: England Away

Mike Jacobs thinks he's safe in Witness Protection in Spain. However, when he's spotted at an England game, a deadly game of cat and mouse between London, Marbella and New York ensues.

Mike Jacobs thinks he's safe in Witness Protection in Spain. However, when he's spotted at an England game, a deadly game of cat and mouse between London, Marbella and New York ensues. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


White Collar Hooligan 2: England Away torrent reviews

Jeff T (fr) wrote: Abe + Zombies = Perfect

Matthew S (ca) wrote: This film was in desperate need of eroticism.

Ronnie S (ca) wrote: Ja, jo... Lige vel langtrukken men kan man holde det ud, s var den okay. Rimelig historie med nogle fede twists men ja, liiiiiige vel langtrukken ... Trist men ja, kan da godt ses

Mimi S (kr) wrote: The Runaways is a decent film; it's not amazing, but still good enough. The film is based on real life and the formation of the first all girl rock "n" roll band in the 1970s, when rock "n" roll was a man's world only. Joan Jett (Kristen Stewart) decides to make a change and music business manager Kim Fowley (Michael Shannon) agrees to form an all girl rock band, known as the Runaways. Amongst the girls he selects 15-year-old Cherie Currie (Dakota Fanning) as the lead singer of the Runaways. The film is about the rise and fall of the Runaways and Cherie Currie, who becomes the main star of the band. I thought Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart weren't too bad, though at times I found them a little wooden and lifeless, but perhaps that was the way their characters were meant to be, that's the thing about portraying real life characters and after all Cherie Currie was on drugs and was pretty messed up. Kristen Stewart was fair, but to be honest I've never liked her much as an actress. Still it's good to see her in something other than Twilight so I'll give her that. It's weird seeing her play a character other than Bella Swann; in the Runaways Kristen Stewart is very androgynous and butch as Joan Jett. The actor that impressed the most was Michael Shannon; he was outstanding as the Runaway's cruel, wacky and ruthless manager. I think it was really a top performance by Shannon, he's one of the more underrated actors in Hollywood. I did like how the film portrayed the detached and hazy world of drugs, sex, rock "n" roll and fame. At times I felt the film was a bit hollow and I felt a bit disconnected from the film and the characters. However this is still a really good drama with decent performances and it shows the seedy and dark side of fame. I recommend this film; whilst it's not the most outstanding biopic I've seen, it's still fairly good. Grade: B+

Kimberly G (gb) wrote: Every American owes it to themselves to watch this documentary. You won't be bored, in fact, you'll be riveted.

Barry S (es) wrote: "The Trial" could have been SO much better. No character exploration, spotty direction. It was obviously such a painful effort to keep this a PG-13 movie. Just a very dull flick with little suspense. If you sleep through the middle after seeing the beginning and the ending you haven't really missed much. The kid accused of murder isn't guilty and that's exactly what you knew at the beginning. Unfortunately, I didn't sleep through it.

Larry Y (au) wrote: Not very wild made for TV Western.

Steve S (jp) wrote: *** (out of four) Adam is the head of a very musical family. His four daughters are talented musicians and looking for love. The family also runs a boarding house, taking in stray musicians. One of which is a onery orchestra arranger, played by John Garfield. He falls for the youngest daughter. This is classic Hollywood melodrama that is charming and entertaining. Best of all is Garfield in his first Oscar nominated role.

Robin T (es) wrote: Noir, violent et profondment drang? Ne manque plus que le popcorn!

rick r (kr) wrote: Marc Fratto's "Hell Fire" is a action horror filled with quick witted dialog, and edgy hyperbole. The film stars J. Scott Green, Katelyn Marie Marshall, Selene Beretta, Jennice Carter. Kasey Williams, and Shashone Lambert. The plot centers on four prostitutes who kidnap the Anti-Christ and hide out at a cabin in the woods in hopes of a big pay day. "Hell Fire" is a fast paced, thrill ride of psychotica and damnation. The story is a strong, well written onslaught of witty humor spat out by comparable indie actors. The characters are, individually, creative personas that come together in perfect insanity. The cast and director of "Hell Fire" were definitely in sync and really feeling this story because everything came together to create a wild, entertaining moment of escapism. Fratto's creativity and ability to tell a story is stellar, as exciting as John Waters with Trash Cinema, and intense as Tarantino with his postmodern crime-thrillers. The special effects are pretty tight in "Hell Fire" with some very gritty, realistic horror elements that will please any horror/gore fan. I was impressed, mostly because it is obvious that this is a low budget film so I was shocked at the higher quality practical effects used here. The over all effect of the scenes often felt too real. Kudos. There are a few moments when CGI is chosen, but never enough to kill the mood or sap the Hellishly fun energy out of the film. The only suck of "Hell Fire" is the very noticeable moments of poor sound quality during dialog scenes. Not always but it does keep the film from reaching 100% of its "awesomeness" potential. Now the soundtrack and music were both doing their thing to really create the right atmosphere Fratto was going for. The music pulled from classic, b-movie nostalgia and contemporary mood enhancement. Yeah, other than the wonky sound quality in several of the dialog scenes, things are on point in "Hell Fire" - in my opinion. Overall "Hell Fire" is a killer action-packed, bloodbath of supernatural insanity, with an atmosphere of gutter trash avant garde. I loved this movie and Marc Fratto knows how to tell a great, original story. The characters are affective and at times likeable. Even as bad, and unsavory as they are portrayed, I couldn't help but connect with them. These are not people engaging or talking table talk by any means, this back alley, trashy, real stuff that goes down after dark in red light districts. Which makes the fact that this is a supernatural battle between good and evil fought by hookers, pimps, druggies and the Anti-Christ that much more special. "Hell Fire" is definitely worth the watch. Any fan of horror, gore or exploitation.will really enjoy this film.