White Collar Hooligan 3

White Collar Hooligan 3

On the hunt for the Russian mobsters that murdered their best friend, football hooligans turned career-criminals, Mike and Eddie are led to Brazil where a major drug deal is set to take place under the cover of the World Cup. Looking to hijack the deal and gain the ultimate redemption, the pair become caught between international drug cartels, local thugs and corrupt police as they are plunged into the murky depths of the Brazilian underworld.

Mike and Eddie manage to track down the villain responsible for the death of Katie to exact their revenge, but all does not go according to plan in Rio against the backdrop of the World Cup. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


White Collar Hooligan 3 torrent reviews

Private U (ag) wrote: By no means perfect, but this movie is as strange as they come. The story goes that this movie was shot while all the actors involved were doing another movie. This was a sort of hobby project of Larry Bishop's. I don't know if that's true, but this sure is quirky, and it features some extremely funny and offbeat acting by Jeff Goldblum and Gabriel Byrne among others.

Jane D (mx) wrote: Loose teeth and bleeding from the mouth have always made me cringe, so this movie left me a complete mess. Complete with very prevalent, yet well-done jump scares, and a twist ending, this movie left me in tatters.

Dyllan G (ru) wrote: Terrific Movie I Enjoyed It Very Much Love Al Pacino and Robert De Niro

Alec B (ca) wrote: There's still a part of me that would have preferred to have "Doubt" remain onstage (in short, the intimacy of the play is lost), although its extreme popularity combined with the kind of roles that guarantee awards ensured that was never going to happen, but I'm at least pleased that Shanley himself was able to control the film adaption.

Debbie H (it) wrote: What a Fun, Fun show!

Paula E (ca) wrote: Re-watched this last week (last time was 1995 at Odeon Leicester Sq and there was a litre of blue zombie involved)... It was as cheesy as I remembered but Sean Pertwee's GORGEOUS and the old Cornish radio character's are spot on!!

Darren R (nl) wrote: Perhaps my biggest frustration with the film is the fact there is no reason given for Birdy's obsession nor does it seem to mean anything. Modine himself does a fine job with the role, but the character and the story become boring because it's just one episode of Birdy acting insane after another. His desire to fly doesn't seem to stem from a desire to escape (he voluntarily cages himself up and makes no effort to leave his insulated world), nor from a desire to explore. His obsession doesn't play into the story's outcome (had he been a pyromaniac or a schizophrenic, the plot wouldn't have changed). Sure, in life there aren't always clear answers, but I simply don't feel like it makes for a good story. Cage is alright, but not enough to carry the post-war scenes. Parker's direction soars during the flight sequences (hardy har har), and the coming-of-age scenes are relatively entertaining (if somewhat repetitive). Lastly, Peter Gabriel's music is pretty good, but the same instrumental version of "The Rhythm of the Heat" is used at least four or five times, and yet I am not even sure if "Floating Dogs" from the soundtrack album is heard even once (disappointing since it is my favourite track).

Ray J (ru) wrote: I remember watching this one with my brother when I was younger. It aired on Disney god knows how many times throughout the seventies and eighties. A great story with some logic holes in it, but still great nostalgic Disney fare.

Nicholas C (kr) wrote: This film still looks well after 25 years and has some cool make-up as well as a decent soundtrack

Scott C (jp) wrote: The film that really made Colin Farrell a star.