Michael Cain takes on the role of Harry Brown - an ageing former Royal Marine who's housing estate has been overtaken by violent drug dealing gangs. Following the murder of his best friend by youths, Brown decides to take matters into his own hands and begins a bloody vigilante campaign of street justice.
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I saw this film originally during it's limited run at our local cinema, I have to warn you that it is a little violent in places and there is a considerable amount of bad language. However it is a very well made, well directed film, some of the acting from the younger members of the cast is a little over the top bordering on hammy. Naturally Michael Cain plays Michael Cain, just a slightly older slightly more worldly wise tougher character version, and handles the role very well I thought, demonstrating that young know it all wannabe gangsters definitely shouldn't tangle with well trained if slightly older ex-commandos! All in all I found it to be a very enjoyable if gritty window on society today where nobody seems to have any respect for anyone else, and it certainly shows through in this film. Well worth the price of this blu-ray, which is by the way a very good transfer both picture and sound wise.
One of the best British films in decade.M.Caine acting is superb as usual!
SIR Michael. C. Showing why certain punks with no discipline should basically not mess With A Commando Green B. Thinking in the film in question that they can do what they want showing no respect to the elderly, So in comes Harry Brown. To remind them that if they were to try to partake in the training a Commando has to go through, they would not last a millisecond. Always Respect to S.M.C. love this movie as I am sure if you checked it out you will definitely add this to your collection