The Guvnors (2014) 720p YIFY Movie

The Guvnors (2014)

The Guvnors is a movie starring Charley Palmer Rothwell, Jay Simpson, and Tom Davis. The Guvnors is a violent thriller set amongst the clans and firms of South East London, bringing two generations together in brutal conflict.

IMDB: 5.82 Likes

  • Genre: Thriller |
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.15G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 95
  • IMDB Rating: 5.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for The Guvnors (2014) 720p

The Guvnors is both love letter and hate mail to the alpha male. This story's alpha is Mitch who lives buried in suburban London, having turned his back on his previous life of casual violence and intimidation as part of a legendary South East London firm. In the modern day he's the doyen of respectability and quiet confidence, but Mitch used to be a Guv'nor. This film holds a mirror up to Mitch and shows him the monster once again, buried deep in both DNA and psyche, desperate to break out and wreak havoc.

The Director and Players for The Guvnors (2014) 720p

[Director]Gabe Turner
[Role:]Vas Blackwood
[Role:]Charley Palmer Rothwell
[Role:]Tom Davis
[Role:]Jay Simpson

The Reviews for The Guvnors (2014) 720p

Flimsy plot with a far-fetched twistReviewed bymattwilkesukVote: 1/10

I watched it because it was a "Netflix Feature" and the football hooligan genre kind of appealed as the last movie I watched along those lines was I.D. with Philip Glenister and Warren Clarke - a very good if slightly disturbing film.

The Governors had wooden acting coupled with a flimsy plot - and the mandatory twist seemed like it had been thrown in at the 11th hour and was at best far-fetched.

If you're drunk and can stay awake long enough, you may find some of the ill-choreographed fight scenes mildly entertaining, otherwise it's a firm NO from me.

Another hour and a half of my life I'll never get back!

A gritty and contemporary fable on London's evolving gang cultureReviewed byjonathanbazVote: 8/10

Set in South London, The Guvnors sees the feral, fatherless, hoodied hoodlums of the modern era rail against the gangs of 30+ years ago, when there is suggestion that crime was more "decent".

Recent movies (Harry Brown etc) have trod this well-worn path, but the The Guvnors' strength lies in a combination of a gritty yet credible story, brought to life by an ensemble of outstanding performances. Hip hop star Harley Alexander-Sule, half of the platinum-selling Rizzle Kicks is Adam, a disaffected young man who commands respect from his peers with an uncompromising mix of intimidation and blade. Showing no hesitation early on in horrifically cutting a girl's face who he suspects as an informer, he moves on to demand respect from old-timer Mickey, (a classy cameo from honey-voiced David Essex). The old-school old man, a former boxing coach, floors the young pretender with one magnificent punch but tragically fails to recognise the consequences of his nobility. Adam's gang waste no time and ignoring Queensberry rules their revenge, with the brutality that the half dozen young men can inflict upon a principled pensioner, is as cowardly as it is bloody. The vicious circle spirals as the (now middle aged) former boxing club members vow to avenge their mentor's murder and leading this line of fifty-something vigilantes, Doug Allen's Mitch, a former gangster who's still a chiselled alpha male, squares up to Adam...

Gabe Turner writes and directs a fable that is a bleak snapshot of London's underclass with just a hint of social comment. The police are an impotent force who also miss the authority imposed by old-style "firms" and who resort to brutality whenever they can get away with it. Turner also suggests that violent behaviour is more nature than nurture - Mitch's young son, a product of a comfortable two-parent home is a foul mouthed bully at his grammar school, whilst Adam's young lad, being raised motherless in a council flat by a thug, is angelic. A neat touch from Turner has the feckless father touchingly chastise his son to "eat his greens".

The soundtrack stuns, with Rizzle Kicks having written two of the numbers that give the film an edgy contemporary pulse, whilst a spot of Madness' funk offers a crumb of recognisable music for the greying dads in the audience. Turner is nothing if not a respectful filmmaker and where once The Long Good Friday spoke of a new order taking over the capital, so too does The Guvnors pay homage to that seminal London movie, with a few nicely placed nods for the film-buffs.

Alexander-Sule's massive fan base will see that one way or another The Guvnors will clean up either at the box office or online (though probably at both). But notwithstanding its platinum plated star the movie demands respect on merit. It is a gripping and well crafted tale, that will shock, amuse and ultimately stun with a devastating climax.

Brilliant gritty British crime drama set against the back drop of London estates gangs and football hooligansReviewed byMartindunn5Vote: 10/10

A1... A top British thriller set against the tough background of south London's housing estates, today's gang culture and football hooliganism of the 1980/90 s a top, an excellent British cast led by the four main leads Harley sylvester, doug Allen, jay Simpson and 1980s rockstar David Essex all taking excellent gritty believable roles, plus an excellent supporting cast with cameos from some of the united kingdoms most famous/infamous 1980/90s football hooligans, a must for anyone who is into believable gritty British crime drama with a backdrop of the subculture of football casuals in the United Kingdom, contains ultra violence as well as moments of comedy all round a great film I would recommend anyone from 16 to 65 go see it, there something in it for everyone... 10/10

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