Scenes from Mean Machine and A Shot at GloryIt's time to take the St George flag off the wing mirror, laser remove that Wayne Rooney tattoo from your back and begin the desperate search for a scapegoat (or eleven highly paid scapegoats). Once you've done that though, take heart in the fact that we've reached the final game of the first 16 round of the Moviefone Football Film World Cup.

Last week saw grass roots Scottish comedy Gregory's Girl beat the multi-million dollar Goal! trilogy and head through to the quarter finals. This week, it's a hard English prison football drama, Mean Machine, against another small town Scottish football drama, A Shot at Glory, with the bizarre pairing of Ally McCoist and Robert Duvall.

Get voting for your favourite after the jump... Scenes from Mean Machine and A Shot at GloryIt's time to take the St George flag off the wing mirror, laser remove that Wayne Rooney tattoo from your back and begin the desperate search for a scapegoat (or eleven highly paid scapegoats). Once you've done that though, take heart in the fact that we've reached the final game of the first 16 round of the Moviefone Football Film World Cup.

Last week saw grass roots Scottish comedy Gregory's Girl take on the multi-million dollar Goal! trilogy which starts off well but gets amusingly awful by the 3rd instalment (watch the trailer and gasp at the worst green screen work you've ever seen). Anyway, perhaps because of this, Gregory's Girl was the victor and goes through to the quarter finals.

This week, it's a hard English prison football drama against another small town Scottish football drama with the bizarre pairing of Ally McCoist and Robert Duvall.

Match 8

Mean Machine vs A Shot At Glory


Mean Machine (2001)
Disgraced England captain Danny 'Mean Machine' Meehan (Vinnie Jones) has been stitched up and sent to prison. He gets a chance at redemption in a football game against the sadistic prison guards for which he must train his fellow inmates.
A Shot At Glory (2000)
The manager of a small Scottish football team (Robert Duvall) is forced to bring in a big name signing by flashy American owner (Michael Keaton). He brings in his flashy son in law (McCoist) from Arsenal in a desperate attempt to keep the owner from moving the club to Dublin.