- Actors: Ross McCall, Marina Sirtis, Timothy V. Murphy, Vernon Wells, Anthony Vitale
- Directors: Jesse V. Johnson
- Producers: Deborah Del Prete, Linda McDonough
- Format: PAL
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 18
- Studio: Lions Gate Home Entertainment
- DVD Release Date: 23 Mar. 2009
- Run Time: 94 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B001NDT9ZK
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,378 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Green Street 2 [DVD]
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Sequel to the drama set in the violent world of British football hooliganism. When several members of both the West Ham firm and the Millwall crew are jailed following the events of the first film, the rivalry between the two clubs continues, culminating in a brutal football match between the prisoners as a way of settling their differences once and for all.
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Top Customer Reviews
Comedy is always subjective and when thrown together with fantasy it can be a recipe for disaster.
This film however had me in stitches from the start "guvnor".
Set in an alternative dimension where prisoners in "English" prisons play soccer tournaments to while away the hours unlike the dimension in which we all live where they're locked up 23 hours a day there are high jinks aplenty.
Wonderfully cast by "Dick Van Dyke associates" the film revolves around the Green street gang a band of lovable sociopaths unfairly banged up for crimes they did commit although probably Thespian in origin and their trials and tribulations up against a Millwall "firm" determined to show them their place in society.
Reading into the making of the film I notice that the writers and director studied the brutality of the penal system by watching hours of "porridge" and by jingo it pays off , there's bent screws aplenty and a wonderful central performance as chief warder from Marina Sirtis ex Star trek no less who manages to pull off a wonderful character not unlike the wicked queen in Snow white crossed with Hilda Baker.
Filmed for added reality in America , it's a testament to the makers that they managed to find such a wealth of genuine cockney actors , some of whom may even have heard of Prison, football or London.
One down point for me is the casting of Ross McCall, why oh why did they not just pay the extra ten bob and get in Joe Swash instead of this "lookey-likey" it really spoilt the feel for me.
Anyway file under C for Comedy and you should be AOK.
The accent of the main character is embarrassing to
say the least its a bad copy of Jason Statham. In no way
really does it have any relevance to Green Street which was a
This is a very disapointing purchase
i thought the idea of them in prison was a good idea, as it is quite realistic, but my god . i dont think they could have done a worse job if they tried..... i agreee about the Jason Stratham thing too, and to be honest the idea if these guys battling for early release over a football match is stupid. the idea is they are passionate supporters, which in green street 1 worked really well, but the sequel has really lost its way...
The prison sets are clearly all American and bear no resemblance to a British Prison, the weather is constantly sunny (very un-British) and the portrayal of prison guards is about as far from realistic as Jimmy Hill playing Hulk Hogan in a biographical film.
About the only positive thing I could say is that the casting of McTavish as the Millwall head guy was really good, but he was given nothing to work with.
I just hope that they can forget this film ever happened and maybe one day we will get a sequal worthy of the first film, with a decent budget, authentic locations, a much improved script and the return of some of the better characters, such as Tommy Hatcher, Bovver and The major.
I couldn't recommend this film to anyone, but I don't think you can understand how appalling it is until you watch it. So don't buy it, just borrow it from one of your mates who was mug enough to buy it, like I was.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For some unknown reason I watch these sequels expecting more than is ever delivered - Essex boys, football factory,green Street, etc. Must be some sort of purgatory. Read morePublished 7 months ago by nico
I loved the first Green Street but oh wow, how could they make such an awful sequel! I have to admit I couldn't finish watching it so this review is on the first half! Read morePublished 7 months ago by nathy1508
I have nothing to complain about!, arrived early an in perfect condition.Published 7 months ago by lisa_sensie