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Top Dog 2014

3.6 out of 5 stars (86) IMDb 5.1/10

Hooligan boss Billy Evans (Leo Gregory - Cass, Wild Bill) has it all - a successful business, a beautiful family and respect on the terraces. But when he clashes with gangster Mickey (Ricci Harnett - Rise of the Footsoldier) over a backstreet protection racket, Billy soon finds himself out of his depth as they look to finally settle the question - who is Top Dog?

Starring:
Leo Gregory, Ricci Harnett
Runtime:
1 hour, 35 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Crime
Director Martin Kemp
Starring Leo Gregory, Ricci Harnett
Supporting actors George Russo, Danielle Brent, Lorraine Stanley, Johnny Palmiero, Susan Penhaligon, Vincent Regan
Studio Universal Pictures
BBFC rating Suitable for 18 years and over
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Crap film all the makers of football hooligan films are trying to keep the theme with football violence being linked to the underworld & keep making films out of it. It worked with the rise of the foot soldier because it was based on a true story but this film is crap a total waste of time
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By Charles Vasey TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 April 2015
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This is a mixture of diamond geezers, footie firms and a twist of the Long Good Friday. Because one "side" are not real gangsters it all gets a bit talky as they realise how far in they have got themselves; this may make it fall between two stools for viewers. Decent cast, reasonable plot (but with few surprises), but talky.
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By Spike Owen TOP 500 REVIEWER on 30 May 2015
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Directed by Martin Kemp and written by Dougie Brimson, Top Dog stars Leo Gregory, Ricci Harnett, Vincent Regan, Danielle Brent and Lorraine Stanley. Plot finds Gregory as a top London football hooligan who bites off more than he can chew when he muscles in on a gangster's racket action.

The British hooligan film band wagon rolls on these days regardless of quality. Where once was a viable space for these genre films to create interest and a bit of shock and awe, now is an area crammed with lads movies for lads movies sake. Top Dog is a poor film, full of half hearted performances, where most the cast realise it's once again just easy money to be made, limp direction (poor fight scenes and cheese dialogue), and a screenplay that simply adds nothing new to the over stuffed clichéd topics to hand - insultingly the audience gets to know practically nothing about the main players.

It will of course have found an audience, we know this because stuff like this keeps getting made, but the high wire days of The Football Factory (2004) and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) now seem very far away. 3/10
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Billy (Leo Gregory) is part of a football hooligan gang who call themselves AC. When he discovers the mob is taking protection money from his uncle's pub, he decides to use his club to protect them from the mob with escalating consequences.

The tit-for-tat action was fun watching people tear stuff up. The accents were a bit thick for me and I had to enact the subtitles feature to watch a film in my native tongue. It is a decent gang/crime film which tails off at the end.

Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity.
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Another in the long line of Brit hooligan/gangster films. This promised a lot with the great seasoned cast but story was usual format. However if you like the genre you will still like this even if it is not a Green Street or Rise of the Foot Soldier.
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Nothing new in this firm caper from London. Could not help but feel a lot of Football Factory about this, plus Leo Gregory stars som the lunk is quite strong. Watchable but no new ground covered. Okay if nothing else better to watch.
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Read the book and Billy Evans and Hawk etc are all West Ham fans so why change to Tottenham..A few similarities to the book but the book is much better and why change a lot of it around..overall disappointed with the film..
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Decent watch, predictable in places but not all by any means. Storyline was ok without being outstanding. If you like gritty british violent films this will probably float your boat. Acting isn't the best but hey this isn't Hollywood so don't expect it.
Like a lot of football films it has a hooligan aspect to it without actually seeing any football or stadia.
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