"Greenstreet Hooligans"

Charlie Hunnam
Elijah Woods
Claire Forlani
David Alexander
Joel Beckett
Geoff Bell
Kieran Bew

R           109min           2005

“Greenstreet Hooligans” is about a Harvard undergrad is wrongfully expelled and goes to see his sister in London and is introduced into the violent world of football hooliganism.

I have been fascinated with the world of hooliganism and football clubs. There mainly portrayed as big mindless ruffs, fighting and disturbing the peace. This movie them as people joined together in a common cause, standing up for their favorite firm or club, in a extreme way. They are the beer belly painted fan of American football.

‘Green Hooligans’ is a good film if you’re curious about the world of hooliganism. It tells a moving tale of one man’s journey through this world. It has great acting from its main actors. It gives a great example of the world of hooliganism.

Claire Forlanti playing an American in her native Britain was amazing to see. She pulls off the accent convincingly. In a film of Brits Elijah Woods is the only Yank and is the first film that I didn’t see him as Frodo or a kid but as an adult actor. It shows all stages of hooliganism and showed some of the consequences of this life style. It is still a drama and it probably to license in some things but you can imagine men getting together and celebrating football and anarchy.

It portrayed hooliganism as a life style for the young. It is a world of organized chaos and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Hooligans in their fandom have started riots that have lead to deaths. It a world not for the faint of heart and it shows. All the main characters have arch that are satisfying to see, in this film.

‘Green Hooligans’ is a good film if you’re curious about the world of hooliganism. It tells a moving tale of one man’s journey through this world. It has great acting from its main actors. It gives a great example of the world of hooliganism.

I give it 4/5 Gs

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