Critic Reviews for Brotherhood
One-man film industry Noel Clarke concludes his 'Hood trilogy with an uneven but respectable final outing for anti-hero Sam Peel.
There are some beautiful moments in Noel Clarke's Brotherhood.
Few if any likely to include their performances here on their CV, which veer from pantomime to self-parodically flat-pack basic.
While the first film was attention-grabbing in its portrayal of gang life, Brotherhood is a more accomplished piece of true Brit film-making.
It's ridiculously violent, doesn't treat women with much (if any) respect and the villains are borderline pantomime but it's an enjoyable and fitting end to the trilogy.
Audience Reviews for Brotherhood
And so Noel Clarke's trilogy comes to an end with Brotherhood. I really enjoyed the first two films for their portrayal of gang life in Britain. Like the characters, the third film is more matured but still hits hard where it counts.
The best out of all three, A good story to carry it on, Some good acting performances too, It's just as dark and gritty as the first two but with added humour at times really helps, If you enjoyed the first two you will love this one, A great way to finish the Hood series.
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