Rise of the Footsoldier

Rise of the Footsoldier

Rise of the Footsoldier follows the inexorable rise of Carlton Leach from one of the most feared generals of the football terraces to becoming a member of a notorious gang of criminals who rampaged their way through London and Essex in the late eighties and early nineties.

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Al D (de) wrote: my inner artist came out in this documentary, wanting to produce some sort of following if only half as big as his talent and character

Ricardo A (au) wrote: Despite a somehow original premise, Serious Moonlight feels like it couldn't find its way. Not that funny and not that moving.

Joseph H (jp) wrote: Doesn't seem interesting.

Indira S (nl) wrote: for Bollywood standard this movie was sooo goodi just wish i havent seen "the apartment" before :)

Private U (kr) wrote: sweet film, an insight into brotherly love!

Juuso L (de) wrote: Komediallinen ja tyylittelev tulkinta Willefordin kyynisest romaanista on kiinnostava yritys, joskin fiilikseltn jotain ihan muuta kuin alkuteos. Tss on valittu lhtkohdaksi monisvyisen romaanin yksi taso ja kupattu sit niin pitklle kuin on rautalankabudjetin puitteissa pystytty.

The Critic (de) wrote: Despite being too long for its own purpose, this is a charming comedy drama with a fabulously scene-stealing performance from Susan Sarandon. The sudsy plot leads to a predictable conclusion. Corny but nice.

Aj V (us) wrote: I saw this on TV a long time ago, I barely remember it, but Jennifer Connelly is good in this movie.

Larry Y (jp) wrote: aka THE STRANGER AND THE GUNFIGHTER

Byron B (kr) wrote: In grad school I interned at the Center for the History of American Psychology, which is an archive and museum in Akron, Ohio. I worked in close proximity to one of the doors from the makeshift prison cells as well as one guard uniform and one prisoner uniform. Based on my short time working there, when I became aware of the new Stanley Milgram film called Experimenter (streaming on Netflix), I had to watch it too. These two films would make an interesting double feature. The Stanford Prison Experiment is such an intriguing and terrifying real-life story. Billy Crudup plays the creepy professor Zimbardo who doesn't seem to know the limits of appropriate psychological tests. The selection process is portrayed as shoddy, accepting too much of the survey results at face value. Ezra Miller would be the star of this ensemble piece as the rebellious Daniel Culp or prisoner 8612. Authority, conformity, group think, and violence in the context of prison or the military are explored. But as some of the characters point out the experiment is constructed falsely and turns nightmare-ish. We see some of the drama recreated in the scientific candid observations of 16mm footage, but then we are not allowed to remain objective as the modern day video camera gets uncomfortably close to the misuse of power.