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6.51 h 27 min199118
Prince leads a hardcore group of AS Roma supporters, known as the Poison Brigade, to Turin to watch their team battle it out with rivals Juventus. But the real purpose of the trip is violence, mayhem and destruction as Prince and his followers seek out a bloody confrontation with Juventus fans.
Ricky Tognazzi
Claudio AmendolaRicky MemphisGianmarco Tognazzi
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Giuppy IzzoAlessandro TiberiFabrizio VidaleKrum De NicolaAntonello MorroniMichele CamparinoFabrizio FranceschiFabio Buttinelli
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4.1 out of 5 stars

46 global ratings

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  2. 16% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 17% of reviews have 3 stars
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  5. 7% of reviews have 1 stars
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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 September 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Less Ultra than subculture ish
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Dreadful film,don’t think this film was classified by censors as wouldn’t be a 15 cert here in U.K. Nowhere in same league as ‘Football factory ‘ or ‘the firm’,more of a TV movie of a fan’s memories.Stick with the big boys for accuracy,this is lower division stuff and feels hammy.
norman emmersonReviewed in the United Kingdom on 09 January 2016
3.0 out of 5 stars
Three Stars
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good dvd
gtReviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 December 2014
1.0 out of 5 stars
looks like a budget film that cost £50 to make
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trying to keep up with the sub-titles makes you forget what's going on in the film, looks like a budget film that cost £50 to make, not even worth the 1 star I have reluctantly given it, poor film.
Kamil BorzymReviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 April 2015
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Five Stars
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Mark PearceReviewed in the United Kingdom on 02 June 2009
4.0 out of 5 stars
Diverting Football Drama By The Reliable Ricky Tognazzi
Two friends Red and Prince are key members of Roma's Ultras - the most violent wing of any major Italian football team's supporters.Prince has just got out of jail after two years away and Red has become close to Cinzia,Prince's girl.
On the train to an away game against Juventus,Red and Prince butt heads until a major rumble with the Juve Droogs brings out unexpected and tragic ramifications for all.
Tognazzi has basically fleshed out a love story against the backdrop of football violence and Ultra on the whole works very well.Performances are good,the camaraderie of the group is nicely captured and the violence is competently handled.
The aspect of the group's twin hatred for the opposing supporters and it's own board of directors who are seen to be crippling the club's ambitions through greed and incompetence is interesting culturally from the english hooligan element which has always seemed to be about territory,Italian hardcore supporters have always seemed/been that more political.
An over intrusive soft rock score(Tognazzi is as guilty as most Italian directors of this)detracts a little but Ultra is good solid entertainment and as is most of Tognazzi's other work- notably the excellent La Scorta and Falcone(AKA Excellent Cadavers).
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Mr KevinBReviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 May 2014
1.0 out of 5 stars
Pile of Merde!
I watched this movie so you don't have to, it is proper bottom of the barrel dross.

Amazon Prime are useless ripping us off with these movies, pure rubbish!
Grzegorz SzczechReviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 June 2009
4.0 out of 5 stars
Worth of your money
If you are a collector of ultra dds and magazines than its worth of your money , old italian movie about as roma fans , pradoly first european film about football hooligans .
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this little pigReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 June 2010
3.0 out of 5 stars
Clockwork Giallorossi ...
I still feel these 'football hooligan' genre films still owe quite a lot to A Clockwork Orange(film/book) whether they mean to or not. No surprise then that in this film the Juve Ultras are known as Droogs (which is fact because there is a faction named after Burgess' fictional villains). If you have an interest in Calcio and the whole Ultra theme, then for those of us outside Italy this film contains a few interesting moments. The fans heading out on the trains and then 'invading' Turin, outnumbered yet defiant, are the key moments. The fight scene is probably as good as anything you'll see in The Warriors. But the film's main story is centred on the strained relationship between the two main Ultra members and their mutual girlfriend. The socio-politics of Italian football rivalry is reduced to being a sideshow to these somewhat hackneyed romantic tensions and the terrible schmaltzy music which intervenes at inappropriate moments.

Not as bad as Green Street but still no match for Bexy & Yeti and co ...
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