A group of people who feel betrayed at hand their government and affect down by their police persistence formality a novel-heyday outlaw posse in direct to what they see as the wrongs of society.
Hug a hoodie my arse!
Great film, part death wish part social commentary......shows the extent to which the fabric or English culture has unravelled to the point where we are held to ransom by rude and cowardly little twats who implement their rights more than the responsible hard working majority who are failed by the police and legal system time and time again. The violence and the situations in this film are not over the top.....if you read the papers in detail this stuff happens everyday on this island.
Personally this film has inspired me to severely beat any spotty teenager who so much as gawps or looks at me funny.
Outlaw Veteran-turned-vigilante Sean Bean and his Un-Merrie Men dish out justice in this state of the nation polemic
Nick Love's previous films The Football Factory and The Business appealed to the 'Nuts' and 'Zoo'-reading male in their first flush of testosterone. Yet for all its flashes of brutalism, Outlaw feels defanged and debooted, reflecting Love's drift into middle-age, with middle-class concerns. As he says of the film, "It could have had the lads treatment (but) I'm getting older. I think it's made in a more mature way."
And with age, comes, well, not so much maturity, responsibility, or experience, as fear. Having titillated his audience with terrace thuggery and dispatches from the Costa Del Crime, Love appears...
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