When the mastermind behind a bank robbery is shot dead on the job - four thieves find themselves caught in a heist which quickly goes wrong. With a hostage in tow and bags of money, the police quickly close in. Football hooligan Danny leads the unruley band of criminals made up of notorious London gangland associates who find themselves evading the evil clutches of corrupt cops hell bent on seeing them crash and burn.
No dangerous minds or hooligans here - it's a low budget bank heist thriller with a couple of twists
- Dangerous Mind of a Hooligan review by RP
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You rated this film: 3
It's a low budget, straight-to-DVD, Brit bank heist thriller. And there's no dangerous minds or hooligans involved.
Despite being a low rent film, it's not that bad. Yes, the script and acting are a bit ropey, but I've seen an awful lot worse. There are a couple of twists at the end that (at least with hindsight) are fairly obvious, so it's not something you can watch several times.
If you like cops-and-robbers films with a fair bit of f-ing and blinding then this may be for you. I'll give it 3/5 stars - but that does seem a bit generous.