Movie Review: ‘The Gentlemen’

February 13, 2020 at 8:37 am | Posted in Movies, Reviews | Leave a comment

The Gentlemen is Guy Ritchie’s 10th film, and with his penchant for English gangster movies, this one is true to form. While it’s not his best film yet, it is a fun one. Plus it’s Matthew McConaughey’s first outing with Ritchie, so that’s a pretty good sell in itself.

Whether you’ve seen the trailers or not, there’s not much you need to know going in. Basically Matthew McConaughey is a gangster with a criminal empire and he’s the star of the movie. With a great cast of colorful characters, the movie spins a tale of twists, turns, burst of violence, and moments of humor. If you’ve seen any of Ritchie’s gangster/crime films, it’s along those lines. While this one has it’s own flavor, it doesn’t really raise the bar in any regard. However, it does entertain.

Without spoiling anything, it’s a fun movie. McConaughey does a good job, Hugh Grant plays a rather interesting character that’s worth a few laughs, but of everyone, Colin Farrell was probably the standout. I really liked his character and what he did with it.

So if you’re looking for a good character driven crime flick, The Gentlemen is worth checking out. I give it a four out of five metal bikinis.

Reviewed By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.


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