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on 22 July 2015
substandard, just about watchable.
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on 28 January 2015
great service and a great film.
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on 21 July 2015
Ok to watch when nothing on tv
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on 25 November 2014
Decent film delivery was quick
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on 8 December 2011
I bought the DVD called Awaydays on the off chance after seeing it advertised, a short trailer, on another film I was watching. It interested me as the setting for the film was Merseyside, (I live in Liverpool). Also, it was set in the 1980's, my favourite era. Although I do not like violence it was necessery in this story. This film was akin to the London set film called Green Street which I also enjoyed.
Awaydays was a very good story portraying the football violence of the 1980's. The film was quite authentic.
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on 15 March 2015
Excellent worth the watch
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on 8 April 2016
An OK film, but only OK.
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on 12 February 2015
Great film great watch
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on 28 November 2014
Same as The Other Half
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on 22 January 2013
I haven't read the book which might be much better but this was a very disappointing film. Not a patch on The Football Factory which has humour and interesting characters. It appears to mostly focus on the unrequited (gay) infatuation of one character (Elvis) with another (Carty) rather than tasty action between football firms. The one great scene when the scouse firm turns the corner en mass to confront another mob happens early in the film and sets the scene but is never really followed up. Even the presence of one of my favorite actors Stephen Graham cannot rescue the film. The extras were interesting though and the fact that it was made on a limited budget partly explains the deficiencies.
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