The Gentlemen

The Gentlemen


Original title: The Gentlemen
Language: English
Translation: Bulgarian subtitles
Genre: Action, Criminal
USA, 2019, 113'
Director and screenplay: Guy Ritchie
Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Michelle Dockery
With this movie, Guy Ritchie returns to the style that Guy Ritchie did in the late 1990s: a hyperactive gangster film on British territory with countless characters and dialogues with heavy accents.


And that's not bad news - Snatch and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels have an heir. Although there is measuring manhood and fat racist jokes, The Gentlemen sometimes seem stuck in the last century. However, the action is taking place these days, across the class floors of London, where American Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) has made millions growing marijuana in the country estates of impoverished nobles. When he decides to retire in order to make a family, the small hyenas who want to rob his business start chasing him while he grooms his big buyers. In the fight, each scene is a new insane sketch into the dangerously tailed story in which Hugh Grant stands out. Contrary to his life's role here, he is a private detective who delves into the junk of the rich and famous to get their filthy dirt out of the tabloid. Here's how the comical side of a true British gentleman makes Ritchie's obscene joke funny for the Puritans.



 

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