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The Firm (Gary Oldman) Steelbox Collectors Limited Edition - Fopp - £6.00 - Instore Only

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Bex, a seemingly respectable estate agent, is also a football hooligan and general of a notorious gang of thugs. Determined to lead a national "firm" into Europe, Bex brings together rival gangs. But … Read More
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Bex, a seemingly respectable estate agent, is also a football hooligan and general of a notorious gang of thugs. Determined to lead a national "firm" into Europe, Bex brings together rival gangs. But in taking on Yeti, he gets more than he bargained for.

Audio commentary by actors Lesley Manville & Phil Davis
Introduction by David Leland
Director: Alan Clarke - documentary on the film-maker
Timewatch - BBC documentary charting roots of football violence
The Late Show - BBC discussion programme on The Firm, screened day after the film's premiere on BBC2 in 1989
Plus 8-page collectors booklet
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#1
Awesome film..... :)

think it's abiout £3 for the normal one, so not bad for the steel box :)
#2
Alan Clarke film. Say no more :)
banned#3
Jim MacDonald, Phil Mitchell and Benny from Grange Hill what more could you want.

Great stuff.
#4
the 1st football hooligan i watched and personally think its the best one of its kind,would highly recommend it
#5
Pompeytoon;5277112
the 1st football hooligan i watched and personally think its the best one of its kind,would highly recommend it


I do love this film but I prefer I.D. myself. Green Street is mildly entertaining but so far-fetched that it's difficult to take seriously at all. I've seen Football Factory although I don't yet own a copy and I haven't seen the Italian film, Ultra yet. Has anybody seen this one and is it any good. ASDA was selling it recently for £6 which seemed pretty good.
banned#6
4leafed
I do love this film but I prefer I.D. myself. Green Street is mildly entertaining but so far-fetched that it's difficult to take seriously at all. I've seen Football Factory although I don't yet own a copy and I haven't seen the Italian film, Ultra yet. Has anybody seen this one and is it any good. ASDA was selling it recently for £6 which seemed pretty good.


The Firm is easily the better film IMO.

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