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Green Street: 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.

I.D: John, an ambitious young copper, is sent undercover into the hardcore football gangs to track down the 'generals' - the shadowy figures who orchestrate the violence. Gradually, the hard drinking, hard fighting macho world proves irresistible and John slowly finds himself turning into one of the thugs he has been sent to destroy.

Love, Honour And Obey: Jonny (Jonny Lee Miller - Plunkett and Macleane) dreams of leaving his dead-end job as a courier. Through his best friend (Jude Law - The Talented Mr. Ripley), nephew of the notorious crime lord Ray Kreed (Ray Winstone - Face), he wins his way into the toughest gang in North London. Hungry for some real gangster action, Jonny sparks a deadly feud between Ray's gang and another firm in South London.
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Certificate: 18
Cast List: Dominic Anciano, Perry Benson, Kathy Burke, Sadie Frost, Ray Burdis, Warren Clarke, Reece Dinsdale, Claire Forlani, Richard Graham, Leo Gregory, Charlie Hunnam, Rhys Ifans, Jude Law, Jonny Lee Miller, Laila Morse, Sean Pertwee, Saskia Reeves, Denise Van Outen, Marc Warren, Ray Winstone, Elijah Wood, Mark Burdis, Trevor Laird, William Scully, Clare Skinner, John Beckett
Director: Dominic Anciano, Ray Burdis, Philip Davis, John Ward, Lexi Alexander, Alexander Buono, Thomas Mauch
Special Features: None Listed.
Region: Region 2
Aspect Ratio: Aspect Ratio 2.35:1,Aspect Ratio 1.85:1,Anamorphic Widescreen
Number of Discs: 3
Main Language: English
Subtitle Languages: English for the deaf and hard of hearing
Special Features
None Listed.
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#1
Worth it just for Green street
banned#2
Dellboy182;5701356
Worth it just for Green street

you having a giraffe? The biggest mis-casting in history with elijah wood as a hard case footie nutter. It was laughable IMHO.

still a good deal though
#3
csiman
you having a giraffe? The biggest mis-casting in history with elijah wood as a hard case footie nutter. It was laughable IMHO.

still a good deal though


My thoughts exactly.
#4
that elijah woods would of been more suited to an episode of mary mungo and midge than greenstreet
#5
cadmus
that elijah woods would of been more suited to an episode of mary mungo and midge than greenstreet


just cos he played a fairy hobbit dont mean he cant do other tricks, i though he was brilliant, a true yank who knew nothing about englands passion for football teams
suspended#6
Love honour n obey is an absolute classic, from the guys behind operation good guys! The first mockumentary - way before the office! Man i loved operation good guys! Well ahead of its time!
banned#7
i personaly thought it was a good film and elijah wood played a good part as a wimpy no nothing yank like the way they all are, his part was surposed to be like that not some hardcase

it shown the great english game in true light the best in the world
#8
Great deal I paid £5 for the ID/Green Street double pack so to get this with another film is a really good deal.
ID is far better than Green Street with some great acting form the likes of Reese DInsdale, Sean Pertwee and Warren Clarke.
Agre with the comments about Elijah Wood being badly miscast with a more suitable actor Green Street might have been far better. As it is its an Okay film
#9
love honour obey all the way
The Avenues and Alleyways
where the strong and the quick alone can survive
Look around the jungle
see the rough and tumble
Listen to a squealer cry
Then a little later
in the morning paper
Read about the way he died.
#10
Terrible terrible films. Still, if you've got money to waste in the bizarre notion that you're getting a bargain...or filler as some would like to call it...heck!
#11
Green Street is quite possibly the worst film I've ever seen.
#12
I swore I would never again waste any more hours of my life watching rubbish films!

Still.... £2.93....:thinking:
#13
ID is worth the cash --Green Street is truly awful , LHO is saved only by Raymondo Winston .
#14
manonfire238
Green Street is quite possibly the worst film I've ever seen.


Watch the sequel that is truly the worst film ever made

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