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Empire: Rise Of The Footsoldier Part II Review
Hartnett shows some promise as a director: ROTFS II’s inclusion of a Jim-Broadbent-in-Filth-inspired Steven Berkoff and a Mikado-singing villain prove he’s not scared of the leftfield.
Rise Of The Footsoldier Part 2: Review
This is his directorial debut, and there’s certainly a lot of promise on display.
Rise of the Footsoldier Part II Movie Review
It is quite gripping and exciting with its strong Essex gangster atmosphere, believable acting, credible dialogue, and excellent photography. Obviously, with strong brutal violence and scenes of torture, it’s not for the faint-hearted, and it is also maybe a Guinness Book contender for uses of the C-word.
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