The Gentlemen 2020 movie review: Guy Richi is back


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.

Director Guy Ritchie , the British national treasure-class ghost talent, the masterpiece is "Two Great Smoke Guns", which was sealed as a god.


The cast is also the top line in the UK:

Matthew McConaughey ("Interstellar"), a powerful Oscar actor;

Charlie Hannum ("Pacific Rim"), has a face, a chest and acting skills;

Hugh Grant ("Notting Hill"), British national male god;

Colin Farrell ("Sniping Phone Booth"), with just two thick eyebrows, can kill many fresh meat actor;

Michelle Dockrey , once became popular with "Downton Manor".

To sum up one sentence: This piece is the British King's bombing this year.


Anyone who knows Guy Rich a little knows that his film style is obvious and they are all "hardcore":

There are many characters, fast editing, multi-line narrative, and a large amount of information, and you can dizzy people with little attention.

And once you hold all the information, you can experience the ultimate pleasure of taking drugs.

Because of the many stories in his movies, they can always be intertwined perfectly at the end, producing a chemical reaction beyond imagination.


"Gentlemen" is even more so, there are 8 main characters in the film, and 4 story lines.

For the first 20 minutes or so, the tube-type bedding is enough to make people doubt life.

And 20 minutes later, the climax of the story continued, and there were bridges that people would never forget, so that the inspector had to pause several times to stop laughing and replenish oxygen.

This film definitely needs a guide to watching movies. As the ashes of the many works analyzed by Guy Ritchie, the inspector will naturally bring you a comprehensive and in-depth movie watching strategy.

Moreover, there is no spoiler.


After seeing the film at an advanced screening I was left pleasently surprised. It is one of the best crime films I have watched and the best from Guy Ritchie...even better than Snatch and Lock Stock, which is something.

From the acting to the story, cinematography, pacing, dialogue, humour and overall enjoyment I cannot fault it...10/10. Special credit goes to Colin Farrell and his acting.

We dont really get movies like this anymore. Movies these days are cheap money grabbers and superhero films. This is a whole different class of film