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Rise of the Footsoldier 3
Year:
2017
Country:
UK
Genre:
Crime, Drama, Thriller, Action, Comedy
IMDB rating:
6.5
Director:
Zackary Adler
Craig Fairbrass as Pat Tate
Richard Aloi as House Owner
Emily Wyatt as Charlotte
Andy Beckwith as Cokey
Eddie Webber as Lewis
Shaun Ryder as Mad Dog
Larry Lamb as Mr. Harris
Stephen Marcus as Jack Whomes
Billy Murray as Mickey Steele
Roland Manookian as Craig Rolfe
Terry Stone as Tony Tucker
Ian Virgo as Jimmy Gerenuk
Storyline: Notorious gangster, Pat Tate, rises through the ranks of Essex's criminal underworld. A prequel to the 'Rise of the Footsoldier' franchise.
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Reviews
Caaants
We re-join the same characters from the first film. What's to say about this one. It has more violence. It isn't very accurate to what happened, but it is good enough to fill a few hours. Nothing ground breaking here. There are no good or bad, just bad on both sides. General caaants I guess.
2017-11-11
Fairbrass Excels
There's very few superlatives you can use for Craig Fairbrass portrayal of Pat Tate It's a huge shame this character can't have more outings with Fairbrass at the helm, ROTF3 is a fantastic addition to the franchise and as a huge fan of these movies I surely hope we get some more, I was very slightly disappointed that Ricci Harnett didn't make a surprise cameo as Carlton Leach but never the less this movie as just as good as I expected it to be. As I said if you are a fan of these movies then you will enjoy this prequel and afterwards no doubt the same as me you want to carry on the story with the first ROTF movie. Terrific performance and work from everyone involved Let's hope they make more this story must have more to tell after the events of ROTF2 My fingers are crossed
2017-11-09
Got to watch the first one again now
Probably one my favorite British film was ROTFS 1 and Just couldn't wait for this one. Don't get me wrong I enjoyed it and it went the way I expected. I appreciate you can't made a prequel like this without the same actors but it's hard to relate to this as a prequel, everyone is that much more older and flabby. The actress playing Kate just didn't work for me, apart from her poor acting she was way to young, at least cast someone abit older, and Jimmy, from part one, was just not believable, way too old looking and chubby. The character Craig Rolfe was a big let down too, too lame and no where near as good as in the first film. Sad that there was no small cameo by Ricci Harnett, although plenty of other familiar actors appear which was great. Was expecting more screen time for Billy Murray as Mickey Steele but never mind.

Craig Fairbrass as Pat Tate is just fantastic! possibly his best film yet and definitely the most violent I've seen him play.

The scenes in Spain made me think of Danny Dryers 'The business' and Just couldn't help thinking the director stole a few ideas from it.

A 10 year gap with the same actors for a prequel was Just abit ....hmmm and the ending? Well you decide. But if you're like me and loved 1 & 2 you just won't care ! Love it!
2017-11-09
The third act in the trilogy is not without merit but struggles with its own third act
The first ROTF film hit our screens back in 2007. It was brash, ambitious, epic noisy and savaged (unfairly in my opinion) by the establishment critics. While not a perfect film by any means, I always thought it was very under-rated and gave something to the British Gangster Genre we hadn't seen in a while. From it came a sequel a couple of years ago, continuing on the story of Carlton Leach. Odd then, that the production company decided to go back and tell the earlier story of one of the least likable characters, Patrick Tate, from the first film. (Played by again by Craig Fairbrass)

We get an early insight into Pat's forays into the criminal underworld both in Spain and Essex, his time in prison and the road he would take to eventually meet Tony Tucker and Craig Rolfe (Terry Stone and Roland Manookian complete with wigs reprising their previous roles) which would ultimately result in his demise.

The film starts strongly, taking us back to his earlier enterprises on the Spanish Riveria. The first third focuses on the friendship between Tate and Kenny, though the origins of this pairing are not really explored. Relative newcomer Josh Myers as Kenny, a potential prodigy to Tate clearly understands his acting craft with his solid 'less is more' performance but his character comes and goes and has no real roots in the film, nor do we find out enough about him. Much of the middle act concerns Tate's time in Prison and the rivals he encounters both there and on the Essex club scene. Some good supporting performances (Ian Virgo and Jamie Foreman) inject much needed subtle humanity into their roles along with some unusual casting choices. Even Andrew Loveday, head of Carnaby International, makes an appearance! But contrary to someone else's comments on here I found the actress who stepped into Kierston Wearing's shoes as Kate (Played in the third film by Laura McMonagle) to be solid, a different portrayal sure, but played with emotive conviction.

The main (and obvious) problem with this film, is Tate is simply not a very likable man. We learn nothing of his childhood years nor the beginnings of the journey he took to becoming a criminal, there is just an assumption that he always was a 'wrong un'. He is selfish, self-centred and seems unable to connect with people emotionally except through fits of rage. Tate, as portrayed, has no redeemable qualities whatsoever making it very hard for you to root or care about what happens to him. Sure, films can be made about people from history who are evil (There's been enough about Hitler to give but one example!) but here we only see one dimension to this man. He's just a total arsehole all the time which after a while becomes a little draining. If he isn't taking coke and beating people up, he's on the verge of doing the same and when he thinks he's funny, he isn't and it's at someone else's expense. This is not a person you would want to meet under any circumstances and if the mission of the film was to tell the world they were better off without him, then it certainly succeeds. Apart from a brief moment where he regrets punching a child in front of his father we just don't see any other sides to him. (This was for me one of the most effective scenes in the film and the only time we saw his inner conflict) The other issue is the age of the characters. For a film which primarily focuses on events set before the first film, it is hard to not continually note the age of everyone on screen and this isn't helped by some cutting flashbacks to the original movie, blurred though they may be, we are simply reminded of how much younger everyone was ten years ago. There were also some inconsistencies with the original material. In his scenes here Craig Rolfe feels very much as an equal partner to the enterprises of Tate and Tucker whereas before he was constantly treated as their lackey, the latter depiction would seem to be the more truthful one. As events draw nearer to the inevitable the film just seemed to end. I was expecting to see some consequences of the aftermath. Tate's daughter could have been an interesting narrator for this story, looking back to try and distinguish the myth and reality of a father she never knew.

The film is not without merit - it's well shot, has a thumping soundtrack and good attention to detail on period production design but a stronger more thoughtful screenplay could have made for a much more powerful film. It has the energy that the second film was lacking but doesn't measure up as well elsewhere.

All that said, for the fan of the genre there's much to enjoy. Fairbrass gets stuck into the role, even if we learn nothing new, he is as convincing as before in his portrayal of the drug-fuelled paranoid psychopath that Tate ultimately became. Well choreographed fight scenes and spurts of violence (The moments that are underplayed are more effective than the gore) will keep people satisfied. I have no doubt this film will receive more of a critical bashing than it deserves. Despite my personal gripes, you can see where the hard work has gone into the film to put it in a league above other recent movies of the same genre. It would be fair to say it does what it says on the tin.
2017-11-10
Just don't bother
Yes Craig Fairbrass gives a good performance but he is just TOO OLD for this role now. I am not generally one to be a stickler for detail and I can usually suspend disbelief as necessary, but seeing these geriatrics trying to portray much younger people in a Prequel was just too much. The storyline was thinner than my hair!

If you enjoyed the original, do yourself a massive favour and do not watch this, all it does is ruin the memory of a classic.

Please do not make another..... I would pay money not to see it
2017-11-10
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