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.
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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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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.
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Reviewed byseanyrobboVote: 3/10/10
Brotherhood is the third in the series of Noel Clarke films set inLondon and featuring Sam Peel . Sam has grown up and is a differentperson to the one we saw in Kidulthood but trouble still seems tofollow him in the form of an enemy who has come to seek revenge. What Ilike about these films is they feel very real. Although Brotherhood ismore polished than the two previous films it still has that Independentvibe about it. None of the people on show are particularly likablewhich makes it quite hard to care what happens to them and the languageis uncomfortable to hear at times . The main villain's racism seemsover the top and unnecessary and kind of spoils what is an interestingfilm.
I am a big fan of Noel Clarke, he is a one man dynamo often writing, starring and directing his own movies. He refuses to bow down to his detractors.
Unfortunately something went awry in the final part of his trilogy, Brotherhood. Instead of being a gritty urban streetwise thriller like his previous two films, it feels more like a joke.
Sam Peel (Noel Clarke) has done time for killing. He his now living a quiet life with a mundane job with his girlfriend Kayla (Shanika Warren-Markland) and two children.
Things take a sinister turn as Sam is dragged back to a life he thought he left behind. His younger brother Royston (Daniel Anthony) is shot while performing in a show. Sam himself has been given a come on by a pretty East European lady.
Pretty soon Sam and his family are being threatened by flash crook Daley (Jason Maza) and his crew but Sam has never done anything to upset him. It turns out that an old enemy is pulling the strings, Uncle Curtis (Cornell John) whose nephew Sam killed and who wants to destroy Sam's life.
The story just did not walk, it really was a badly written film. If Uncle Curtis wanted Sam dead, he should had just killed him, not drag Sam's brother and mother into a stupid cat and mouse game.
Still Clarke pulls a nice trick of attracting his fans from Doctor Who. Included in the cast are actors that have appeared in Doctor Who, The Sarah Jane Adventures and Class.