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Brotherhood (2016)

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 ...

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  • Genre: Crime | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 760.96M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 105
  • IMDB Rating: 6.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
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The Synopsis for Brotherhood (2016) 720p

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 new challenges that he must face that he knows, will require old friends to help him survive new dangers.


The Director and Players for Brotherhood (2016) 720p

[Role:]Tonia Sotiropoulou
[Role:]David Ajala
[Role:Director]Noel Clarke
[Role:]Noel Clarke


The Reviews for Brotherhood (2016) 720p


Reviewed byseanyrobboVote: 3/10/10

Kidulthood was a dark, exciting, and insightful look into the Londonyouth culture. Adulthood expertly built on that and showed thestruggles of those trying to escape the endless cycle of violence thatgrips the streets. Both combined danger, humour and awesome urbansoundtracks to depict perfectly the modern gang scene- but mostimportantly- did so in a BELIEVABLE manner. Brotherhood did not reachthose standards in any way. The cast failed to live up to theperformances of the original movies. The plot seemed very far fetched,and often needs saving by the quite random jokes involving "Henry"(from Adulthood). Instead of the sinister threats posed by Sam Peel inthe original, or Jay in the sequel, the audience are treated to anabsolutely absurd duo of Daley & Hugz, who just weren't menacing enoughin comparison. The involvement of Stormzy (along with his relativelypolite well spoken posse) don't really accomplish anything in the movieand appear to be there just to balance out the pointless appearance ofCurtis, still reeling from his Nephew's murder 20 odd years on. All inall, Anuvahood was probably more believable than this, I would give ita miss and watch reruns of Channel 4's excellent Top Boy instead.

Reviewed byrowanukVote: 4/10/10

Unfortunately the grit of the original two movies is well lost in thisepisode. The main two gangsters/bad men are completely unbelievablecharacters. One is like a runty cousin of Danny dyer (some Essexwarrior who couldn't scare a granny), and the other 'hugs' comes acrossas a mincing Turkish footballer, who's acting is very wooden. Theacting in general (apart from Noel's) is farcical, along with theAmericanised story line , which takes things too far from potentialreality. Even Curtis, who was pretty demonic in the second film comesacross as a theatrical comedy villain. If you are going to attempt tocast in high level gangsters who run large grossing internationalbusiness's, then please, make the characters believable. Some orangeEssex boy in top shop garms just doesn't cut it. The great thing aboutthe first two films was that they were believable to a certain extent,with the plots mirroring how life can be for large swathes of societyin urban environments. For some reason Clarke took this one way beyondthose parameters, and failed miserably. If parenthood is to happen asthe 4th and final part, then please take it back to the originalflavour. There is so much good new music and Yoot's (genuine rude boyswho hang with well known grime artists) to ensure Clarke could create arealistic and believable film. Unfortunately, this film waters down thefirst two and comes across as a way to milk the good will built up.

Reviewed byGuy JeffriesVote: 8/10/10

Noel Clarke brings us the third and final instalment of his selfwritten London street Drama spanning over ten years with KiDULTHOODreleased back in 2006, followed by AdULTHOOD in 2008. I have alwaysconsidered these films the British answer to Boyz N The Hood and MenaceII Society addressing the tragedies of London's youthful generation. 

I'm a fan of these films by default, purely to having my own fair shareof drama with gang fights, drug raids and hospital visits, though don'tget me wrong, I'm a good boy I assure you, I was known as 'the sensibleone'; it's just my perfect circle of friends have allowed me to witnessa life that some people will only see in films like these; I'm morelike the Henry's and Ricky's of the street world.

During my troublesome teens back in the nineties, I wanted to makefilms myself and this was the subject matter of a lot of my storieswith friends still urging me to write a book, so naturally whenKiDULTHOOD was released I was both annoyed yet inspired by Clarkebeating me to it, it's a story I can certainly relate to. 

If you haven't seen the previous films, it does help to fullyunderstand who's who though it's not essential. As a brief recap, Sam(Noel Clarke) murders a fellow street hood Trife, serves time and uponrelease is truly sorry for what has happened, though the past is rarelyforgivable and revenge is always lurking around the corner. No matterhow much Sam tries to turn his life around, there's always someonehaunting him. 

The deceased Trife's Uncle Curtis, played by Cornell John (he's thesensei in the latest advert for McDonald's chicken sandwiches!) isreleased from prison and returns to conclude unfinished business withSam, enlisting the help of some new ruthless faces to make lifedifficult for Sam and taking things to the extreme. 

There's some powerful portrayals in this movie, especially likingLeeshon Alexander's character HUGS who looks like the love child ofClive Owen and Tom Hardy; and Shanika Warren- Markland's Kayla who fromthe previous and Clarke's 4.3.2.1. However wasn't so keen on DavidAjala's Det. Des or Jason Maza's crime boss Daley. 

It's hard-hitting and probably the most emotional of the trilogy whilststill having it's comical elements, mostly provided by a grown-upHenry. (Arnold Oceng) Obviously, revenge is the main topic but there'sa great sense of justice and loyalty portrayed here, especially thescene with Hassan (Chris Ryman) in the kebab shop.

Tom Linden does quite a haunting score, such a nice touch having theambient hum intensifying dramatic scenes, reminded me of Michael Mann'sHeat and of course, the soundtrack that accompanies the film is superbincorporating British rap, hip hop and grime from artists like Stormzy,Asher D, Chip and Lethal Bizzle. It's the perfect soundtrack torepresent 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 somethingBay is notoriously disliked for, unnecessary nudity, like, lots of itand full frontals. Whilst pleasing to the eye it isn't essential to thefilm at all and feels like a push to give the film an 18/Rcertificate. 

Regardless of It's low points it's a perfect conclusion to the trilogyso fans of the previous films should enjoy this as I did. Clarke is agreat testament for London film making. Maybe we could fast-forward afew years into PaRENTHOOD being about reputation and struggling to keepyour kids from the same fate. 

"R U dizzy blud?" 

Running Time: 7 The Cast: 7 Performance: 7 Direction: 9 Story: 7Script: 7 Creativity: 9 Soundtrack: 9 Job Description: 8 The ExtraBonus Point: 10 for being a blinding finish to the trilogy innit.Result.

80% 8/10

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