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'Movies Like The Bling Ring': Bad Boys n' Girls

From 'Spring Breakers' to 'City of God' these modern movies justify senior citizens' concerns world over, with their host of morally bankrupt young protagonists dismantling society from the inside out!

'Britsters (Brit + Hipsters)': Modern British Indie

The ever-modest British have been quietly churning out quality independent dramas for some time now. Enjoy the very best of them, including recent musical number "God Help the Girl' (with Cassie from Skins!), and critically acclaimed coming-of-age story 'Wild Bill'.

'Oi Blud!': Lives of the London Rudeboy

Don't know what a rudeboy is? You will after checking out the movies on this list of the best in the relatively new genre of 'British Rudeboy Movies', sparked by 2008 smash-hit 'Kidulthood'. Ya feel me fam, we on a listing ting innit!

'Movies like Baby Boy': Urban Gangster Drama

In the vein of 'Boyz N' The Hood': gritty urban dramas focusing on young gang-bangers as they battle rival gangs, addiction, and crooked police in an attempt to survive on the meanest of streets.

'Movies Like Spring Breakers': Indie Crime Thrillers

Movies in the vein of 'Charlie Countryman': taking classic crime cinema themes and giving them a modern, indie spin. Some films are foreign, some simply under-publicized, but all are guaranteed to give you a fresh appreciation of the genre!

'Put Away Childish Things': Indie Comings-of-Age

Modern independent dramas portraying the tumultuous transitions of adolescents into slightly older adolescents. Make sure to check out 'I Believe in Unicorns' for a great new film from director Leah Meyerhoff, depicting an imaginative teenage girl's attempt to grapple with the premature onset of adulthood's responsibilities.

'Movies Like Bend it Like Beckham': From the British-Asian Perspective

Movies in the vein of 'Bend it Like Beckham': Indians, Bangladeshis, and Pakistanis adjusting to life in the UK. "What Ammi don't know won't hurt her" is the mentality, as the 2nd generation struggle to balance tradition with the allures of modern Western living.

'Brits Get Grit': British Social Realism

Ever since Dickens, the Brits have had a fascination with the social realist aesthetic: unflinching, unromanticized portrayals of working class life. Enjoy the best examples of this gritty genre from 1990 onwards (and check out our 'Kitchen Sink Classics' for the movement's progenitor).

'Bloody Youth!': British Bad-Boys (and Girls)

Enjoy this modern collection of seriously misguided British youths as they fight the rozzers, Mum & Dad, and their hormones to boot! Make sure to check out 'Kidulthood' for the rude-boy movie that inspired a slew of copycats!

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