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(120695) 7.9 113 min 2019

The Gentlemen is a movie starring Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, and Michelle Dockery. An American expat tries to sell off his highly profitable marijuana empire in London, triggering plots, schemes, bribery and blackmail in...

Michelle Dockery, Charlie Hunnam, Jeremy Strong, Matthew McConaughey
Crime, Action, Comedy
Guy Ritchie

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Crime, Action, Comedy
Director Guy Ritchie
Writer Guy Ritchie, Guy Ritchie, Marn Davies, Ivan Atkinson
Stars Michelle Dockery, Charlie Hunnam, Jeremy Strong, Matthew McConaughey
Country UK, USA
Also Known As Slušní chlapci, Los caballeros, The Gentleman, Gospoda, Los caballeros: criminales con clase, 瘋狂紳士幫, Džentelmenid, Toff Guys, Quý Ông Thế Giới Ngầm, Magnatas do Crime, The Gentlemen: Los señores de la mafia, Ha'Gentlemenim, Господа, Dżentelmeni, Úriemberek, Busha, The Gentlemen - Senhores do Crime, Gospodje, Gangsteri cu stil, 紳士追殺令, Los Caballeros
Runtime 1H 53M
Description A talented graduate of Oxford, using his unique mind and unprecedented audacity, came up with an illegal enrichment scheme using the estate of an impoverished English aristocracy. However, when he decides to sell his business to an influential clan of billionaires from the United States, no less charming but tough gentlemen stand in his way. An exchange of courtesies is planned, which certainly will not do without shootings and a couple of accidents.

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Sunday, 27 Sep 2020 03:49

The name "The Gentlemen" conjures up a lot of images from the 70's. I remember being mesmerized by the hippy's, the hippie's that fought in Vietnam and the hippie's that fought in the war against the Soviets. I also remember the bad guys. The Vietcong, the Communist Vietcong, the CIA, the FBI, the Mafia, the IRA and the IRA. I also remember the endless series of classic films. They had made a name for themselves by the mid 70's and they made sure to make sure that everyone knew their names. The films were pure, unadulterated Americana. It was the era of Frank Capra and Sergio Leone and it was the era of "War of the Worlds" and "Dirty Harry". But for some reason, "The Gentlemen" feels very like a relic of the past. There's not a single scene in the film that doesn't remind you of the great films of the 70's. Even the costumes are what you would expect from the period. Even the dialogue is from the period. But the whole film feels like a product of the 70's. The story is a bit on the predictable side, but there are enough twists and turns to keep the viewer on their toes. The movie is also very exciting. There are a few truly fantastic scenes. There is a scene in which the CIA agents, in the midst of a firefight with the Vietcong, must decide if they are going to come out alive or die trying. The scene involves a little twist but it is still very exciting. There is a great scene in which the "lone Ranger" returns home after several years in Vietnam and he is a bit of a legend among his fellow soldiers. The movie is also very well shot and the cinematography is very well done. There are a few of the shots that you might recognize. But the real star of the movie is the actors. Charlie Sheen, John Goodman and Sean Penn were all on the top of their game in the 70's. They have done very well in this film. They each portray a different type of character. Sheen is a man who is a complete asshole, but he also knows how to act. Goodman is the same way. He is the smooth, powerful and well-spoken protagonist. The only real difference between the three is that Goodman is a bit more down-to-earth and his character is more likable. If you haven't seen this film yet, I suggest that you give it a chance. You might like it and the film will remind you of the great movies of the 70's.

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