Here’s the story… a football hooligan can’t find a job, gets reacquainted with an old friend and ends up in some shady business involving cloned credit cards. He soon finds himself with a wad of cash that he blows on coke, champagne and cheap blondes. Meanwhile his girlfriend is at home alone waiting for her boyfriend to come home. It doesn’t take long for him to realize that things are just a bit more dangerous and violent than he expected them to be.
“White Collar Hooligan” isn’t all that bad… Nick Nevern and Simon Phillips do a pretty decent job but in the end Paul Tanter’s movie isn’t as cool or clever as it wants to be.