An embaressment of a film in its glaring inaccuracy and dramatic license, though does in some way glamourise the miserable grind of life for teenagers living the low life in the impoverished urban sectors of London, which I guess is a good thing.
Also boosts the image of "white boys" in the urban scene, because "the one what robs the off license, he's quite hard, innit." Oh, the ghastly mortification of it all.
Urban council estate boy: "If we weren't in your home village of Andover, I would murder you."
Suburban rich kid: "Hey lets rob those kids for their gameboy, like Sam does in Kidulthood. Our daddies could easily afford 10 of them if we all but asked, but it'll make us look cool if we steal one."
Suburban rich kid: "Yes! and lets use really ghetto words too. It'll make us feel big inside."