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Plot: First, there was Kidulthood, then Adulthood, and now comes Noel Clarke's last instalment: Brotherhood. With Sam facing up to the new world, he realizes it also comes with new problems and ... Runtime: 104 mins Release Date: 29 Aug 2016
This is the third film in a trilogy, I hadn't seen the first two but that didn't seem to matter. This is an excellent standalone piece of gritty British film-making. The film was tense, violent and gripping with tight direction and fine performances.It managed a 15 certificate, but it must have only just scraped it! Cracking script - the writing is genius and comical at times, telling the story of the lead character Sam , who is trying his best to rebuild his life but cannot escape his past.Great soundtrack - I'm not a huge fan of rapping but this fit perfectly and added to the <more>
film atmosphere.Humour - the humour was pitched just right, especially with the 'gangster' who kept getting beaten up and relationship between Sam and Henry and the conversations between Henry and his girlfriend.The only drawback was that the climatic duel at the end wasn't very original and seemed a little cliché Highly recommended British film-making
Gripping film, confused by the negative reviews (by matchew32)
OK well firstly I want to start off by saying I rarely, if ever give reviews however I felt that the negative comments for this film are not justified.I think that brotherhood outperformed the previous two films by a long stretch and the acting was great.Combining occasional humour with a serious storyline have the film a much sharper edge than the previous films and I was gripped from the very start. The solid grime soundtrack gave the film even more depth.There have been many big budget, Oscar nominated films that I've watched over the years and been so confused if not annoyed by the <more>
hype whilst many of the true quality films go under the radar.Don't be a slave to media hyped rubbish, put your efforts into watching a great British film with a solid cast.
Noel Clarke brings us the third and final instalment of his self written London street Drama spanning over ten years with KiDULTHOOD released back in 2006, followed by AdULTHOOD in 2008. I have always considered these films the British answer to Boyz N The Hood and Menace II Society addressing the tragedies of London's youthful generation. I'm a fan of these films by default, purely to having my own fair share of drama with gang fights, drug raids and hospital visits, though don't get me wrong, I'm a good boy I assure you, I was known as 'the sensible one'; it's <more>
just my perfect circle of friends have allowed me to witness a life that some people will only see in films like these; I'm more like the Henry's and Ricky's of the street world.During my troublesome teens back in the nineties, I wanted to make films myself and this was the subject matter of a lot of my stories with friends still urging me to write a book, so naturally when KiDULTHOOD was released I was both annoyed yet inspired by Clarke beating me to it, it's a story I can certainly relate to. If you haven't seen the previous films, it does help to fully understand who's who though it's not essential. As a brief recap, Sam Noel Clarke murders a fellow street hood Trife, serves time and upon release is truly sorry for what has happened, though the past is rarely forgivable and revenge is always lurking around the corner. No matter how much Sam tries to turn his life around, there's always someone haunting him. The deceased Trife's Uncle Curtis, played by Cornell John he's the sensei in the latest advert for McDonald's chicken sandwiches! is released from prison and returns to conclude unfinished business with Sam, enlisting the help of some new ruthless faces to make life difficult for Sam and taking things to the extreme. There's some powerful portrayals in this movie, especially liking Leeshon Alexander's character HUGS who looks like the love child of Clive Owen and Tom Hardy; and Shanika Warren- Markland's Kayla who from the previous and Clarke's 188.8.131.52. However wasn't so keen on David Ajala's Det. Des or Jason Maza's crime boss Daley. It's hard-hitting and probably the most emotional of the trilogy whilst still having it's comical elements, mostly provided by a grown-up Henry. Arnold Oceng Obviously, revenge is the main topic but there's a great sense of justice and loyalty portrayed here, especially the scene with Hassan Chris Ryman in the kebab shop.Tom Linden does quite a haunting score, such a nice touch having the ambient hum intensifying dramatic scenes, reminded me of Michael Mann's Heat and of course, the soundtrack that accompanies the film is superb incorporating British rap, hip hop and grime from artists like Stormzy, Asher D, Chip and Lethal Bizzle. It's the perfect soundtrack to represent street life of London and in combination with the locations, it's gives the city the dynamic look it deserves. It's obvious Clarke isn't fan of Michael Bay however, he does something Bay is notoriously disliked for, unnecessary nudity, like, lots of it and full frontals. Whilst pleasing to the eye it isn't essential to the film at all and feels like a push to give the film an 18/R certificate. Regardless of It's low points it's a perfect conclusion to the trilogy so fans of the previous films should enjoy this as I did. Clarke is a great testament for London film making. Maybe we could fast-forward a few years into PaRENTHOOD being about reputation and struggling to keep your kids from the same fate. "R U dizzy blud?" Running Time: 7 The Cast: 7 Performance: 7 Direction: 9 Story: 7 Script: 7 Creativity: 9 Soundtrack: 9 Job Description: 8 The Extra Bonus Point: 10 for being a blinding finish to the trilogy innit. Result.80% 8/10
The trilogy has ended in a high and decent note (by westen1223)
BrOTHERHOOD demonstrates its strong themes in a thought-provoking, poignant and satisfying conclusion to the grime gang street drama.Usually, a third film would either be terrible, showing the lack of character development or a weak plot. But this film has thankfully avoided all of it. Giving us more of the lifestyles and the insides of inner-west London and the choices young youths make. This review won't be long but all I can say is that BrOTHERHOOD has improved dramatically over its predecessors, providing us a much darker and complex tone filled with shocking moments. The only thing <more>
that I found uncomfortable or unnecessary is the nudity and the sex scenes. It must be really, really lucky that the BBFC gave this film a 15 certificate because most films similar to this would receive a 18 certificate. The nudity scenes were really unnecessary or unneeded, it only just gave us less comfort or giving a awkward moment to the audience.Overall, I think BrOTHERHOOD has given the UK a much cynical, well- written film packed with emotional scenes and a strong performance by Noel Clarke, not to mention the pure cinematography!
There was Kidulthood the Adulthood and now we have Brotherhood. The first two films of the trilogy were great films depicting the early 2000's London street life. I watched brotherhood two days ago and we have to take our hats of Noel Clarke for his outstanding directing, writing and acting. The film is well written showing the elements of the London life among teen gangs and the reality of organized crime in the UK - Noel shows the way the gangster life is portrayed as glamorous among the youth whilst showing the reality of gang crime and violence in the inner city. Clarke has shown <more>
cleverly the way street life has changed from when he was a teenager to modern day teenage gang involvement. There is excellent directing with fantastic soundtracks from notable, prominent Grime UK artist: Nines,Stormzy,Chip,Fekky,Krept and Konan and Asher D. Whilst other films based on London's inner city are Americanized, Clarke keeps it 100 with the London feel. There is a fantastic cast from other TV dramas such as Waterloo Road, Youngers and other cast member from the previous sequels. Though the film is brilliant, it in a sense glamorizes the organised crime lifestyle and has some graphic scenes with some character. In conclusion the hood trilogy is a well -written trilogy with great directing and acting. Brotherhood is a raw unique film and is good watch.