Hooligan Legacy :– Watch Hooligan Legacy full movie on GoMoviesTube,Four men, Ronnie, Jimmy, Jack and Chris – no strangers to unlawful transgressions – execute a daring football stadium robbery. But their volatile dynamic turns sour when the leader of the group becomes paranoid and begins to self destruct.Jimmy’s (Kris Johnson) a descent sort of guy, he’s happily married to his beautiful wife Charlotte (Terri Dwyer) who is expecting their first baby, he loves football, was a hooligan in his day, and is also a part-time villain when the right lucrative job comes along.Jimmy team’s up with rival firm members Ronnie (Gary Finan), Jack (James Groom) and Chris (Lee Hatch) to rob a football stadium. They get away with enough cash to make an Arab sheikh stand to attention; the only flaw to what is an almost perfect robbery is the ruthless and psychotic Ronnie.Ronnie is subsequently arrested and given a 10 year prison stretch, while Jimmy enjoys the fruits of his ill-gotten gains and moves on with his happy family life.10 years on Ronnie is released from prison and convinced that Jimmy was the grass that put him there, he wants revenge and will stop at nothing to get it. Showing no mercy and helped along the way by the cowardly little shit Jack, not even women and children are safe as Ronnie goes all out on a fuelled up and brutal, merciless bender.The cast is first rate, Gary Finan intimidates the screen, James Groom adds slime to it, while Kris Johnson delivers a stand out performance and is an actor who we’re sure you’ll be seeing a lot more of. He’d make a great Vigilante!Years later and after a stint in prison, villainous leader Ronnie is unrelenting in his path to retribution. He wants his years back and will take them from the man he once called a friend who he now believes is the grass that put him inside. Ronnie will stop at nothing to get revenge.
More Information about the Movie Hooligan Legacy (2016)
Release: 30 May 2016 (Uk)
IMDB Rating : 4.6/10
Director: Nicholas Winter
Writers: Terry Lee Coker
Stars : Lee Wakefield, Terri Dwyer, Chris Martin Hill