The Firm (1989) 1080p YIFY Movie

The Firm (1989) 1080p

The Firm is an episode of Screen Two starring Gary Oldman, Lesley Manville, and Phil Davis. This is the story of rival "Firms" of football supporters, and how one man has a wish to team them up for the European Championships of...

IMDB: 7.34 Likes

  • Genre: Drama |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.30G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 70
  • IMDB Rating: 7.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 45 / 47

The Synopsis for The Firm (1989) 1080p

This is the story of rival "Firms" of football supporters, and how one man has a wish to team them up for the European Championships of 1988. However, when this is discussed, the opposing leaders are not happy, as they believe this is a challenge to their authority. This Film shows how football violence has progressed from pure violence to a form of organized crime, to the extent that all the leaders know each others home phone / mobile phone numbers.


The Director and Players for The Firm (1989) 1080p

[Director]Alan Clarke
[Role:]Lesley Manville
[Role:]Gary Oldman
[Role:]Andrew Wilde
[Role:]Phil Davis


The Reviews for The Firm (1989) 1080p


An Ugly Tale, Performed Beautifully...Reviewed bystudiojudioVote: 7/10

Even though this tale of Grown-Up Gang Members is ugly, violent, and at times, shocking, nothing is more startling about it, than yet another brilliant performance by Gary Oldman.

Most people who follow Gary Oldman's works, will know that this is a role very far from the real Gary. Yet, as usual, he puts his entire being into convincing us that he is, in fact, a semi-psychotic with a passion for physical violence.

I recommend the film ONLY to SERIOUS Oldman-fans. Others will probably not like the material, nor the look of this dark film.

A frightening movie and one of Gary Oldman's best performancesReviewed bysc8031Vote: 8/10

This is scary stuff right here. Gary Oldman's performance as Bixie is chilling. As I'm always saying... Gary Oldman should play every role in every movie! Hahaha!

The film is a very potent portrayal of a few gangs of English hooligans in the early 1980s. The majority of the film follows a three-gang dispute over which gang leader will become the "Best Boy" or Firm-leader. The Best Boy gets to lead a consolidated version of the three groups to Germany as the official English hooligan death squad or what-have-you.

There are many scary sequences, with realistic evocations of hideous emotions, and the violent moments are sometimes difficult to watch. I've seen more violent stuff on similar subject matter, but this one resonates very deeply due to such sincere direction and acting. I don't enjoy violence in my film experiences, but here it is concise and frightening, so I think it is worth contemplating if one is rarely exposed to violence.

The dialog here is thick East London borough English. There are optional subtitles for English, and I actually needed them to understand the dialog. The amount of rough slang thrown around here was way over my head. It was pretty awesome.

I know a lot of people will be turned off by the subject matter. I'm not particularly enthralled by it myself, but this is a real peek into the dangerous hooligan scene of the 1980s. It features one of Oldman's best performances and his role causes the movie to be completely haunting even months later.

A ridiculously well-made, scary movie.

A fascinating document, but pretty much 'of its time'...Reviewed byHowlin WolfVote: 7/10

... because the culture of 'hooliganism' has moved on since this was made. It certainly hasn't gone away, but the organisation of such things is tighter these days with the aid of technology like the Internet. Hopefully these developments will be addressed in upcoming fare like "The Football Factory".

So the 'values and ideals' shown in this film are different because it's a bygone age. Less materialism and more violence exists EVERYWHERE these days, so showing it creeping into suburbia isn't necessarily as shocking now as perhaps it was when viewed at the time. There are some nice performances here though from a wealth of British acting talent who went on to bigger things, and Oldman keeps you watching throughout as only he can; holding the screen with his intense passion. Disappointingly, though, the scenes which are most effective are often undercut by what follows, with the pace never quite finding itself even at a short 67mins. The ending can similarly be seen as a damp squib, but the one or two powerful moments in getting there make this a worthwhile experience for fans of some of the actors.

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