The Gentlemen

Overall Rating: 8 out of 10 Based on 1 Review

The Gentlemen follows American expat Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) who built a highly profitable marijuana empire in London. When word gets out that he’s looking to cash out of the business forever it triggers plots, schemes, bribery and blackmail in an attempt to steal his domain out from under him.

(2020)

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  • Review MVP rated this 8 out of 10

    Written on 6 January 2020 Member since 9 May 2011
    rating-8
    Pros:

    Some really fun performances from the cast throughout the movie.

    Guy Ritchie continuing his success with his stories on the English underground.

    Cons:

    Some situations not really required such as sleeping with the pig.

    Overall:

    Guy Ritchie is a name that sits top of mind when thinking about a great English gangster movie, and he has returned to his roots with The Gentlemen. Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) has found his niche and built his cannabis empire up to the point that he is ready to sell for a large sum and retire to the English countryside with his wife. What follows is a back and forth fight for power from the ones that wish to take over from Mickey in his retirement.

    Cut into different timelines, most the story is being told through a conversation between a private investigator named Fletcher (Hugh Grant) and Mickey’s right hand man, Raymond (Charlie Hunnum).

    If you haven’t already realised, there is an amazing cast brought together for this movie, including Matthew McConaughey, Hugh Grant, Charlie Hunnum (who you would know from Sons of Anarchy and King Arthur), Colin Farrell and Henry Golding.

    The atmosphere throughout is light humour even through the numerous fight scenes and deaths that seem to rack up, even if it is just at times the fault of gravity itself. As you piece together all that is happening in the timeline, you will still be on the edge of your seat wondering who is playing who and who will double cross who until the very end. A fun movie throughout with good characters played by a great cast. Pour a scotch and sit back to enjoy another Guy Ritchie classic.

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