Green Street Hooligans Synopsis
An American student becomes involved in the violent life of football hooligans.
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Then I realized the movie's point is that someone like this nerdy Harvard boy might be transformed in a fairly short time into a...
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80

Film Threat

By
A great film because of it's realism and the ability to show viewers a world that exists even today, but not everyone knows about.
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75

Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
The movie, though, is nonsense. At its most credible, the story evokes fond memories of the adult drug narcs hiding among American high...
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75

San Francisco Chronicle

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Terrific.
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75

New York Post

Director and co-writer Lexi Alexander choreographs the fight scenes with thrilling chaos, and the plot unfolds expertly if melodramatically.
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63

New York Daily News

By Jami Bernard
Wood is compelling, but Charlie Hunnam ("Nicholas Nickleby") is the one to watch.
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50

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
A silly melodrama.
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50

The Hollywood Reporter

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Viewers hoping to understand the senseless phenomenon of football hooliganism would do better to rent Alan Clarke's nearly 20-year-old "The...
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40

Empire

By Chris Hewitt
A surprisingly rose-tinted look at a subculture that really should have been stamped out some time ago.
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38

Chicago Tribune

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This is "Fight Club" without the irony or the metaphysical gaming.
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Green Street Hooligans

By Dardini42113
Thrown into the life of driking and brutal violence for England's West Ham United football ( known as soccer in the U.S) firm, wrongfully expelled Harvard undergrad Matt Buckner (Elijah Wood) finds...

Green street

By Drez_Digital
A young man gets caught up in a football fuelled frenzy....

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Rated R | For brutal violence, pervasive language and some drug use