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5.71 h 40 min200818
Britain 2007, Bryant arrives back to Britain from Iraq. The Soldier finds a country he no longer recognises; violent crime, drugs, rape and murder rule the streets. He decides enough-is-enough, it's time to fight back. Soon a small group of men gravitate to him and his cause, and together they take the law into their own hands. Their aim, to punish the guilty with violence.
Nick Love
Sean BeanDanny DyerBob Hoskins
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4.2 out of 5 stars

462 global ratings

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DanReviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 November 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
A bit dated and rough around the edges, but quite good
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It’s weird to see Danny Dyer trying to be a good actor instead of just being Danny Dyer for a change.

The film felt like it had an old school attitude, one similar to an old fella’s attitude from down the pub who says how the country has gone to the dogs and they should just bring back public executions. A few characters definitely express this type of attitude and most are unapologetic about it, as is this film.

There’s a fair amount of set up so you sympathise with some of the characters somewhat, but there’s a few far fetched moments which put a strain on the suspension of disbelief a few times during the film…not that this really hurts the film very much, it’s quite a fun film and, though there are some serious themes, is a good watch…I hate bullies and this film definitely has something in it for those who feel the same.

It’s a wannabe hard man’s kinda film.
Corey NewcombeReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 January 2015
4.0 out of 5 stars
Shoplifting crayons....
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Sgt. Danny Bryant comes home from a tour of duty in Iraq to find that things aren't what they once were. A gang of thugs has moved into the neighbourhood, and his wife is with another man.

Gene Dekker, is beaten up by thugs, and he sets out to get revenge on the men.

Terence Manning, a gangster of London's underworld, is currently on trial, with lawyer Cedric Munroe heading the prosecution's legal team.

Manning's men attack both Munroe's wife, and persuade Munroe's bodyguard Walter not to intervene.

The men from an alliance, and set out to even the score against those who wronged them, though their contempt for the law puts them outside the lines of conventional justice.....

Yes, it's a trashy, exploitative movie, but its one of my all time favourite guilty pleasures. And it's because its starts off silly, goes a little cuckoo in the middle, and then, the third act is just beyond, beyond bonkers.

But Love is one of this directors that doesn't really do anything other than over the top British bulldog B-movies. And they are all full of another word beginning with B, but with his films, you can just switch off, and forget everything else for ninety or so minutes.

The cast are all fine, and do what you would expect them all to do in films like this. Bean meets all the rest of the group whilst really angry, and this anger makes them angry, and Bob Hoskins is there to overlook everything.

Imagine The Avengers after fifteen pints of strong Lager, and Pie and Chips?, then this is your movie.

It's pretty visceral stuff, the camera work tries to make it look realistic, but it looks like it must have been cold on the day.

To say the third act is beyond ridiculous is an understatement, but by the time it arrives, you couldn't care less.

If you like this type of film, its a riot, if you don't, fair enough.
5 people found this helpful
P R BakerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 June 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
2006 - Sean Bean turns vigilante in Broken Britain
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This is one of the films that was made in the Broken Britain era. David Cameron referred to "Broken Britain" during his time as leader of the Conservative Party, and pledged to "fix" Broken Britain during the campaign for the 2010 general election.

It's a good cast and Sean Bean is a convincing ex-soldier back from a tour of Iraq. He teams up with others who feel that the state has
failed to deliver justice and it necessary to form a vigilante group to right these wrongs.
2 people found this helpful
RHReviewed in the United Kingdom on 01 January 2014
3.0 out of 5 stars
Actually I give it 3 and a half stars
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That's only because I thought it would be better than it was, when in the end, the 'possibilities' this film presented were never to be. It could have been so good, turned into a TV series, or books at least. Not to be, and why you may ask? Because for some reason it went astray, and never got back onto an even keel. Again, this is Amazon taxing my crappy memory to see if I can recall anything about it. It's only as I felt quite strongly about being 'misled' by the title and subject matter of this film that I recall anything about it at all. If it's cheap, buy it, if you can borrow it, do so first. Sorry Mr. Bean -no, not the Mini driving one- but this was a bit of a flop.
3 people found this helpful
kelly BuglerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 October 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
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Bought for my husband to watch. happy with this
MykeReviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 June 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
Not bad
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It’s not a bad film at all, plenty of action and can be quite thought provoking at times.
SomeoneReviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 November 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
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Great film. Really enjoyed it.
a view from the trenchesReviewed in the United Kingdom on 06 May 2016
3.0 out of 5 stars
no sex please were gansters .
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o.k. what it says on the tin , tails off towards end .
if you are a cynic and believe in urban myths , this
is for you . as a silly but enjoyable action/revenge
movie , this passes 90 minutes , before instant erasure
from memory .
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