When the whistle blows the blood flows... Rival football firms go head-to-head in this story of violence, adrenaline, loyalty, rivalry and back-street warfare. Matt Buckner (Elijah Wood) moves to London after being kicked out of Harvard University for alleged drug dealing. Before long he gets sucked into the hardcore world of booze, balls and violence with London's toughest football firm - the Green Street Elite. While Matt's busy proving himself in battle, a chain of events is set in motion that threatens to destroy everything he holds dear.
This film has got to be the best
- Green Street review by Rich
I watched this with my brother and I have never had such an action packed night, this film was full of laughs and tears. I would recommend it to anyone. And also I got an immense buzz after the show I thought I was flying.
The film has some major errors that make it hard to engage with. The film makers obviously wanted to include the city of London, but it doesn't really work. The locations seemed chosen first with the story planed later. Matt goes from Heathrow to Bank to meet his sister which doesn't make much sense when she could easily meet him at the airport.
They go to what looks like an evening game but the entire day is light.
Too many more to include.
I can't recommend this film. The acting is poor and it doesn't really go together. Disappointing.