The Gentlemen

    The Gentlemen


    American expat Mickey Pearson has 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.

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    • Matthew McConaugheyMickey Pearson
    • Charlie HunnamRaymond
    • Henry GoldingDry Eye
    • Michelle DockeryRosalind
    • Jeremy StrongCannabis Kingpin Matthew
    • Colin FarrellCoach
    • Hugh GrantFletcher
    • Eddie MarsanBig Dave
    • Chidi AjufoBunny
    • Simon R. BarkerFrazier


    • 70

      The Hollywood Reporter

      Featuring a stellar ensemble cast headed by Matthew McConaughey, Hugh Grant, Charlie Hunnam, Michelle Dockery and Colin Farrell, Ritchie's homecoming is a fairly familiar affair, but also refreshingly funny and deftly plotted, with more witty lines and less boorish machismo than his early work.
    • 63


      Ritchie may not be exploring uncharted territory, but you can bet it was more fun to make The Gentlemen than it was to make “Aladdin” or “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.” It’s more fun to watch “The Gentleman” than those films, too.
    • 60

      The Guardian

      Ritchie has made an entertaining return to his mockney roots.
    • 60

      The Telegraph

      The Gentlemen is a valiant, often raucous bid to drag the tried-and-true old Ritchie formula into the present, and while the result feels like he got about as far as 2005 – with lip-service acknowledgements of grime music and YouTube – for the purposes of this film, it’s close enough.
    • 60


      What it lacks in freshness and depth, The Gentlemen certainly makes up for in cartoon-y bluster and fun details.
    • 60

      Total Film

      Ritchie makes a solid return to his wheelhouse with a crime yarn that turns the air so blue you can swim in it.
    • 42


      Visually unexceptional when it’s not plain squalid, shameless in its bid for a sequel, The Gentlemen is the film Britain deserves as it staggers backwards into the New Year under the questionable influence of an unabashedly populist leader.
    • 40


      The actors, splendidly kitted out in autumnal suiting and knitwear by costume designer Michael Wilkinson, have what fun they can with such thin, dated material, but everyone here deserves better.

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