With no football this weekend why not keep entertained with a good old football hooligan movie?
Yes we know, most of them are shite and depict football fans in a very bad light, but still some find it interesting to watch.
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The Firm (1988)
The Firm is a 1989 English made-for-television drama film directed by Alan Clarke and written by Al Hunter Ashton for the BBC. It stars Gary Oldman, Phil Davis, Charles Lawson andSteve McFadden in his acting debut. The film is based on the activities of the Inter City Firm (billed as the “Inter City Crew”) football firm of West Ham United during the 1970s and 1980s.
The film, which courted controversy on release, has come to be regarded among the finest films on the subject of football hooliganism. It is notable for having almost no musical score or diegetic music, save for Dean Martin’s rendition of “That’s Amore” over the opening titles. Oldman’s performance has been hailed as one of the greatest of his career.