So I saw this straight after the first movie, and I was intrigued with just where the makers could take this film, and to be fair, it's not the greatest movie ever made, but it's an improvement on the first.
This time, the film feels more like a caper than anything else. We still have the awful narrative, but the film feels more confident, and the sectors do a lot better this time around.
The titular character has been relocated to Spain, after grassing on his colleagues. Think Buster with out Phil Collins and more swearing. He goes to a football match, and is spotted by two really poor actors pretending to be hard men.
They apprehend him and kidnap his girlfriend.
He has just four days to pay back 2 million pounds (see the first film), or she gets it.
So its a race against time, and desperation, as the cast and crew try and find somewhere that looks like a New York street in England.
Its a lot more lighter than the first film, no scams or winks to the camera, just a man trying to get money.
It has all the typecast characters from these types of film, most evidently the two henchmen, one is old and calm, the other, a little rat who thinks he's hard.
It's pretty short, and it ends with a load of football hooligans invading a stately home, think Looking For Eric, without Eric and More swearing.
And it promises a third, which no doubt I'll watch because it leaves you with a Cliffhanger...