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The Fall Of The Essex Boys (Blu-ray)

Released on 18 February 2013

Featuring: Robert Cavanah, Kierston Wareing & Peter Barrett

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 18 years & over

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The rise and fall of the Essex Boys gang - the drugs, the violence and, of course, the murders. The real story is the most shocking of all.
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 Worst film i've ever seen

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Save your money and give this a miss. I turned it off after 20 mins as i couldnt stand anymore. dreadful actors and acting. this film is not a patch on Rise of the Footsoldier

 loads of rubbish

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This movie is a waste of money. Acting is awful, stortyline is non existent. I would not even rate this movie 1 star if I could. Rise of the foot solder is spot on. I'm surprised they were even allowed to make this nonsense. Buy bonded by blood or rise of the foot solder instead.

 rubbish, rubbish, rubbish.

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this film is poorly acted by bad actors, the film gets some times and places wrong, the story has been changed, overall this is has bad as it gets. if you want to watch a film about the rettendon murders try - the rise of the footsoldiers, or bonded by blood, two very good films. the fall of the essex boys is not even in the same league. give this one a miss.

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ActorsRobert Cavanah, Kierston Wareing, Peter Barrett, Jay Brown, Simon Phillips, Nick Nevern, Kate Magowan, Tony Denham, Peter Woodward, Ewan Ross, Eddie Webber, Joe Stamp, Charlie Bond, Roman Kemp & Emile Jansen
DirectorPaul Tanter
Certificate18 years and over
Year2012
LanguagesEnglish
Duration1 hours and 27 minutes (approx)