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After a relatively slow start, serving mostly to set up the convoluted array of characters and plot points the central Maguffin this time being a ‘lucky’ Russian painting which goes missing the film takes off at the frenzied pace those familiar with Ritchie’s work would expect. In fact the entire “Wild Bunch” as they are known in the film provide some of its best moments, from a visceral heist scene with some unstoppable Russian heavies which oozes style to a hilarious running sub-plot about Bob’s Tom hardy sexual orientation. And yet, as Ritchie returns for a third iteration of the only formula with which he’s tasted success , I still find myself walking out of the cinema massively entertained. But they need the help of Lenny Wilkinson to get permission so he lends him his “lucky painting” this in turn disappears bringing Stella the accountant Newton and the Wild Bunch Elba,Butler,Hardy into the Fray. First of all, so you know, I have been long anticipating this film I mean who wouldn’t just for the cast alone? While the occasional cry of rehashing story elements from past successes may be raised, Ritchie’s return to form is too supremely entertaining to dwindle under such complaints, as the formula proves to have just enough shelf life along with countless inspired tweaks to remain miles ahead of any stylistic impersonators. Wilkinson is firing on all cylinders in a role that could have just been his Carmine Falcone with a cockney accent but manages to be much more as well as pretty scary. And so it is here.

With viewers trusted to be familiar with his unique style, Ritchie uses his familiar story template to worm in social commentary amidst his trademark edge and humour, satirising the increasingly developed state of London and the enormous demand for real estate and location. RocknRolla may be pushing the formula a little bit, but if you accept that it’s still enormous fun. There is a new gang of Russian mobsters in London planning to create a real estate goldmine lead by Uri Karl Roden. The story revolves around several characters, each do something that affects another character within the story. But this is not the ordinary, romanticized London, as Ritchie’s cinematic eye appears determined to capture every last dank, filthy gutter, every ounce of crime and corruption in a fashion akin to the least flattering cinematic depictions of New York. Its funny, clever, visually stunning and is a perfect example of a man doing things his own way and not succumbing to the pressures of the media.

Show don’t tell- it’s the first rule in the book Ritchie! The crime lords get larger in stature, the sums of money owed have more zeros on the end and the capers required to resolve the situation more grand, but it’s still the same concept.

Other than its dearth of invention, the only real flaw with the film lies in the opening fifteen minutes, where Ritchie sets up the plot strands which will then unravel. Tom Wilkinson takes on the role of resident British mobster with considerable aplomb, spitting out his lines with a vindictive joy and proving easily more than adequate on the intimidation front. But it is Mark Strong who comes up trumps in this storyline, his portrayal of Archie the right hand man is probably the most rounded character subtittles the film, full of humour and wit and with an undeniable likability he steals much of the scenes he appears in.

And yet, as Ritchie returns for a third iteration of the only formula with which he’s tasted successI still find myself walking out of the cinema massively entertained. Yeah, we’ve seen it all before, but I’ll also add that the soundtrack is great. There was a lot of scepticism about this film considering how badly his past two films did critically and commercially. RocknRolla englidh be pushing the formula a little bit, but if you accept that it’s still enormous fun.

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Matt King also provides a great turn as the Wild Bunch’s in house drug dealer Cookie, he also turns in one of the movies best scenes, an eerie narration on heroine addiction. It may be getting to the point where RocknRolla must go down as a guilty pleasure, but guilty pleasures are often the most fulfilling kind. Whereas previous films did this in a smooth, unforced way, here Ritchie lathers it with a liberal helping of voice-over narration so there’s absolutely no confusion possible as to who is who and what they’re after, which on many occasions extends to pointing out the bleeding obvious.

Returning to his defining genre, Ritchie crafts yet another convoluted myriad of intersecting story lines focusing on greed, deception, double-crossing and plenty of stupidity in the seedy underbelly of England.

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Ritchie’s directing is as proficient as ever, it moves at a merry old pace and the plot just about stays on the rails. There is a new gang of Russian mobsters in London planning to create a real estate goldmine lead by Uri Karl Roden. But they need the help of Lenny Wilkinson to get permission so he lends him his “lucky painting” this in turn disappears bringing Stella the accountant Newton and the Wild Bunch Elba,Butler,Hardy into the Fray.

Plunging into a fray of hilarious coincidences and situational comedy watch for a priceless slow dance scene and one of the most hysterical sex scenes in many a yeardouble crosses, intimidation rants, philosophical monologues and the time worn Ritchie tradition of indestructible Russian hit men, it becomes clear that no matter how many similarities it may bear to past work, the delight of seeing a dynamic talent back on the top of his game cannot be understated.

However, in the midst of his caustic reflection on his home town, Ritchie has mercifully left his sense of uproarious fun intact.

After rockjrolla relatively slow start, serving mostly to set up the convoluted array englih characters and plot points the central Maguffin this time being a ‘lucky’ Russian painting which goes missing the film takes off at the frenzied pace those familiar with Ritchie’s work would expect. They snap and crack off each other like they’ve done it for years. RocknRolla does absolutely nothing new. I wasn’t particularly swayed too much by this trailer but considering the summer period was almost over and we film lovers now have to survive the cheap horror winter season, Rocknrolla seemed like a nice surprise.

And now onto the man of the moment, Ritchie.

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It’s filled with some great top notch sequences but my favourite and the crowds favourite was “The Invincible Russians” Overall this is a great film and breaks the dead lock of cheesy cheap films we get around this time of year. I could say more but there are a lot. But what is clear from this is that instead of going the safe root and doing a film that will please all he has once again done his own thing the way he wanted to do it and the result is a fantastic piece of film-making.

Its funny, clever, visually stunning and is a perfect example of a man doing things his own way and not succumbing to the pressures of the media. But this is not the ordinary, romanticized London, as Ritchie’s cinematic eye appears determined to capture every last dank, filthy gutter, every ounce of crime and corruption in a fashion akin to the least flattering cinematic depictions of New York.

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And yet, amidst the filth and edgy comedy, the occasional moment of raw humanity, flawed as it may be emerges from the fray of unanimously unsympathetic characters, whether it be the vulnerability of rocker Johnny Quid shuddering and rocking back and forth on a drug trip or the witty interplay between ‘The Wild Bunch’, a trio of hapless thieves.

Finally, Toby Kebbell eerily essays the most commanding character on screen as allegedly deceased rocker Johnny Quid. And, to the tell the truth, i absolutely loved it! You are never sure what hes going to do next, I guarantee he will take you by surprise.

You’d think this yiify a list of criticisms, and if you found Snatch wearingly familiar you shouldn’t need it spelling out that this film won’t impress you. As usual, Ritchie’s cast rise yufy the occasion of matching the brilliance of their script and director. Even things such as hard-as-nails Russian henchmen return. First of all, so you know, I have been long enlgish this film I mean who wouldn’t just for the cast alone? Lets start with the aforementioned cast I don’t know what it is.

In a business as enormously subjective as the film industry, it would seem near impossible to attempt to remain individual and innovative, continually raising the bar, without the occasional stumble.

Mixed reviews for Guy Ritchie’s return to his London-based cockney wideboy gangster movie roots, but most agree, it’s a step in the right direction following jify major turkeys. While the city’s seasoned criminals vie for the cash, an unexpected player — a drugged out rock ‘n’ roller presumed to be dead but very much alive — has a multi-million dollar prize fall into his hands. And now on to Toby Kebbell as junkie Rockstar Johnny Quid, this is a role that if the academy were a little less narrow-minded they would consider supporting actor nod.

With viewers trusted to be familiar with his unique style, Subtitlfs uses his familiar story template to worm in social commentary amidst his trademark edge and humour, satirising the increasingly developed state of London yufy the enormous demand for real estate and location.

While the occasional cry of rehashing story elements from past successes may be raised, Ritchie’s return to form is too supremely entertaining to dwindle under such complaints, as the formula proves to have just enough shelf life along with countless inspired tweaks to remain miles ahead of any stylistic impersonators. While seeing the dark knight a trailer for a new guy ritchie film came up.

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While the hyper-kinetic editing and camera-work and bold music cues of Snatch have been toned down and the casual violence is more removed, the cinematic flavour is unmistakable – Ritchie is back, and just as bombastically entertaining as ever. The film to start i found was rather complicated but as time went on roccknrolla got used to all the characters and they’re relationships etc etc. Obviously apart from guy ritchies excellent direction it had some absolutely fantastic dialouge with some pin subtifles conversations and trademark British humour.