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When it comes to the subculture of soccer thugs, Green Street Hooligans lacks sufficient insight, and instead comes off as a Fight Club knock-off. Read critic reviews

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American journalism student Matt Buckner (Elijah Wood) moves in with his sister and her family in London. There, he meets football hooligan Pete Dunham (Charlie Hunnam), who introduces him to his rough tribal world, where supporters of opposing teams battle each other before and after games. But Pete's lieutenant, Bovver (Leo Gregory), suspects Matt's motives and inadvertently reopens a years-old rivalry between Pete's brother (Marc Warren) and the leader of a rival gang (Geoff Bell).

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  • Jan 14, 2015
    Woefully underrated drama too often passed off as a "boy's night" action film.
    Gimly M Super Reviewer
  • Jul 20, 2012
    A good hooligan based film with a little tiny twist, For these sort of films the fight scenes were ok, The acting was poor but who watches this film for the acting, My only major downfall was how easy it was to like the cast they shouldn't be liked They're hooligans.
    Jamie C Super Reviewer
  • Dec 02, 2011
    Green Street Hooligans is one of those rare films where we get are glad we watched it and is probably Elijah Woods best performance (besides LOTR).
    Bradley W Super Reviewer
  • Sep 24, 2011
    A cross between Fight Club and sports.
    Max G Super Reviewer

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