Does the world need another exploration of teenage lives warped by violent social conditioning, lower-middle-class despair, and the panacea of alcohol? Whatever the root cause of delinquency, neo-BLACKBOARD JUNGLE flicks like BOSTON KICKOUT all seem to wipe the noses of troubled
adolescents as they sneeze on the values of their parents.
Having witnessed his mother's suicide in 1982, young Phil is whisked away to a stifling small-town upbringing in Stevenage, England. In the '90s, alienated Phil (John Simm) hangs out with womanizing Ted (Andrew Lincoln), hard-drinking Matt (Nathan Valenti), and malleable Stevie (Richard Hanson).
After the teen pals aggravate Ste...