Sometimes it’s difficult to accept that the movies we love most aren’t exactly the ones that everyone else will flock to -- or even remember once something better has come along. When a film manages to hit us at just the right moment in our lives, we sometimes connect with it in ways that are completely subjective. Attack the Block
isn’t a great movie, but it’s fueled by a sense of energy that still makes it somewhat irresistible regardless of its (sometimes far too obvious) flaws -- especially if you happen to fall within the age of the adolescent target audience.
Beset by a gang of young thugs as she passes through a South London housing estate, Sa...