Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ghostworld, Jul 11, 2014.
Well yeah it's like throwing a hotdog down a hallway.
Snatch is one of my favorite movies ever!
Finally watched Rocknrolla. Pretty good, but not as funny as the others, which is why I really liked them.
No it's not a classic. The while premise about a rnr druggie and stolen artifact should have been more amusing. But, Gerald Butler excelled.
Nobody mentioned Layer Cake yet, it's a pretty good movie, hysterically funny. I think Matthew Vaughn was only downhill from that moment on.
KickAss ...then downhill ie the truly awful Kingsman.
Craig's only decent lead role outside Bond.
Right, KickAss was good.
Our Friends in the North is fantastic. Mark Strong was there, too.
Yeah ..that made him.
Sorta like Nick Nolte in Rich Man Poor Man.
He must be envious of Turkish success.
I bet! You had to love Jason in Snatch. I was so happy to see Hollywood swallow him up. Hollywood loves brits (probably because everyone there is so jealous and envious of each other). I remember our agency courting every single actor in "Trainspotting."
He owes his success to GR and Luc Besson.
Ironically the third Guy Ritchie film with JS in it, Jason this time was the lead actor, Revolver wasn't a big box office hit sadly.
I don't rate her. Never have, never will.
Ritchie is working with Jason Statham again next with a remake of the french film
Called “The Gentlemen” now (2020).
Saw trailer for this yesterday ahead of Joker, and it looks great. Took me a bit of time to recognize Hugh Grant in this role.
Not bad I must admit.
"No, it was the gravity that killed them."
Charlie Hunnam don’t know what GR sees in him, second film now with the director. The English actor is likeable, but has no gravitas...(Jason Statham oozes it.. Brut aftershave). Hugh Grant a bit a a scene stealer in that clip.
Hugh Grant speaking non-posh is a treat. Too bad Statham is not in the movie.
In his next movie. An American heist film by the looks of it.
Ironically he must be raking in more money than Guy Ritchie these days.
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