Best Hooligan Film

Best Hooligan Film?


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#1
Besides decent German porn and war movies,everyone loves a good hooly movie(not counting Green Street)
"SHADWELL ARMY!!" Was heard many a time shouted in unision in many a squaddie bar in the mid 90's. So,what's your favorite?

BEXYEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
#2
Gotta be the football factory excellant and fast paced, even that annoying c*nt Danny Dyer was good in it, loved the fact Liverpool was represented by a few trackied up scallies and burnt out cars, oh how we laughed.

The Firm I remember for the little ditty about the Millwall leader Yeai and I qoutwe

"If you like eating spaghetti
off the end of a bucko machete
come south of the border
be well out of order and die
at the hands of a yeti"

Even featured a slim Phil Mitchell class, one word for Green Street w@nk !
 
#3
The Firm had Big Jim McDonald from Corrie as the psycotic ex-squaddie as well Benny from Grange Hill getting slashed up from The Yeti!
 
#4
Rudie said:
The Firm had Big Jim McDonald from Corrie as the psycotic ex-squaddie as well Benny from Grange Hill getting slashed up from The Yeti!
Did'nt have a happy ending for Yeti though eh.......ah yeah Jim Macdonald was always saying "when I was in the army" :D
 
#5
I still can't resist saying "Put yer 'ands togevver fer your friend,and mine............STANLEY" every time I have a stanley knife in my hand.
 
#6
Good one set in Glasgow, can't remember the name, had a lot of cut throat razors in it, and Quadraphinia, who wasn't the daddy in that one, Ray Winston... :twisted:
 
#7
Airfix said:
Good one set in Glasgow, can't remember the name, had a lot of cut throat razors in it, and Quadraphinia, who wasn't the daddy in that one, Ray Winston... :twisted:
I think you mean"Small Faces" if it was set in the 60's
 
#8
le_crabe_tambour said:
Airfix said:
Good one set in Glasgow, can't remember the name, had a lot of cut throat razors in it, and Quadraphinia, who wasn't the daddy in that one, Ray Winston... :twisted:
I think you mean"Small Faces" if it was set in the 60's
Aye, that's the jobbie wee man!
 
#9
Small Faces was the Glasgow film,a bit arty farty at times but still a good film.The attention to detail was brilliant,what with the suits and crombies etc.My old man was a tear away in the late 60's,he loved the movie just for the style and look.
Quadrophenia was a part of growing up for every british kid in the 80's,that and McVicar!
 
#11
Quite partial to Green Street myself, if only to see the Dark Side of a hobbit. Surely This Is England should be an option?
 
#13
Rudie said:
Small Faces was the Glasgow film,a bit arty farty at times but still a good film.The attention to detail was brilliant,what with the suits and crombies etc.My old man was a tear away in the late 60's,he loved the movie just for the style and look.
Quadrophenia was a part of growing up for every british kid in the 80's,that and McVicar!
And 'Scum' - not quite a hooligan film, more what hooligans can expect in the green house from other hooligans.... :twisted:
 
#14
All of the above films are predominatly about football violence.
"Every Man Thinks Meanly Of Himself For Not Being A Soldier" someone once quoted

"Every Bloke Wishes Just A Wee Bit That They Had Been A Hooly" Somone else might of said
 
#15
Can't beleive Green Street got 25% in the poll, biggest load of sh1te out and the worst cockney since Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins
 
#16
I wasn't going to include Green Street,but I did because I knew that a lot of people actually rated it as a movie,f uck knows why.It is as realaistic as Mary Popins.
Cass is by far the superiour hoolign flick of the moment.Go see it!
 
#18
Maybe I'm a bit slow but was he undercover as a skinhead at the end of the film or had he just lost the plot ?
 
#19
He ended up acting like he was an undercover skinhead,more than likely that he had lost the plot.
All in all it was a very unconvincing film.
What's the chances of a couple of under cover plod ever infraltrating that deep into a firm?It would never happen,it could never happen.
As for a flame throwing leotarded gentleman ? Yeah,they were a plenty back in the day.
ID was f ucking b ollocks,almost as shite as Green Street.
 
#20
Oh I dunno rudie I always used to see a flame swallower in me local alehouse maybe you just drink in the wrong pubs................
 

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