Ciaran from Dublin, 11 Nov 2008
If you liked 'Kidulthood' then this is not to be missed. More of the same really which is why your appreciation of the first movie is essential to how you will enjoy this. Most of the characters from the first movie return but Sam is a transformed man and seeks forgiveness and closure. Realistic, depressing and also uplifting.
Unless you've seen the first movie don't bother
Anne Marie from Wicklow, 02 Nov 2008
This is almost incomprehensible for a number of reasons:
a) You are expected to know all the characters from the first film which I've never seen.
b)Incredibly thick slang which is almost like a different language it frankly could have done with subtitles
c)The characters either shriek or mumble nothing in between
Alan from Dublin, 22 Jul 2009
This was ok...certainly watchable, although given that there was plenty of shagging it's pity the leading lady wasn't better looking.
Gerard from Kerry, 13 Nov 2008
A very good movie. I would recommend watching Kidulthood first as you will understand the storyline and the caracter better.
Damien from Tipperary, 24 Feb 2009
This felt terribly contrived. It tried far too hard to be a English version of 'La Haine'. Oh, and Danny Dyer is in it.