Fresh out of prison, Pat Tate (Craig Fairbrass) steps right back into his Essex nightclub business. But although the money is good, he can’t stop brooding about the man who had him put away. It’s not long before he’s off to Marbella to find Frank Harris and seek his revenge. But Harris is long dead and the middle man Terry Fisher offers Pat the biggest drug deal of his life. All Pat needs is for his pals Tony and Craig to deliver the cash from Essex to close the deal. But Craig being Craig, turns a simple plane trip to a massive road trip with a stolen VW van and its hippie German owner in tow. All Tony wants is to make it back in time to support his best friend Nigel Benn at the boxing match of his life. But when their cash gets stolen and Pat is threatened by a local firm, Pat comes up with an even more audacious plan and to get them back to England in time for Tony to walk Nigel Benn out to one of history’s greatest fights.

Also Known As: Rise of the Footsoldier: Marbella, Rise of the Footsoldier: The Spanish Heist

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  • alexandria-guillaume
    alexandria guillaume

    Let me just get this out the way first, this is not a true story do not approach it as such, at this point pat Tate in this series is essentially the equivalent of Dominic torreto in the fast and the furious franchise, and the franchise in general shares some similarities in that the original movie started out as crime drama, and as each movie goes on it just gets bigger and over the top, who knows one day pat Tate might save Downing Street from terrorists, but seriously I had a great time with this movie and I loved the direction they went with it, the lighter tone, the injection of more comedy, the double act of terry stone and Roland manookian is genuinely hilarious, and Craig fairbrass is as brutal as ever as Essex hard nut pat tate, even though most of the movie is fiction they do throw in a nice recreation of a Nigel benn fight that boxing fans will enjoy, at this point stop complaining that it isn’t accurate to true events and just go with it, as this is a great entertaining and hilarious British crime thriller, it’s actually the best since the first one, I’m loving the direction of the series and I cannot wait for the next one. Wait till after the credits for a nice hint at the next one.

  • eustathia-malle
    eustathia malle

    “So what has it got to do with you nose ointment”Big bad “Yetti” Pat Tate is back, and Craig Fairbrass Along with his terrific co stars, Terry Stone (Tucker) and Roland Manookian (Rolfe) have made these roles their own, They continue where we left off from ROTF3 as big and bad as ever, filled with brilliant one liners, comedy and as always gritty violence these movies just get better, I really hope we get more of these, sure we all know the characters ultimate demise but with the way these characters have captured audiences I hope that we get more instalments, absolutely terrific movie with stellar performances, as we have come to expect 8/10