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In theaters Sep 04, 2008
R, 1 hr. 54 min.

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Movie Info

Synopsis: Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels director Guy Ritchie heads back to the London underworld for this hyperkinetic crime comedy concerning a shady land deal that leaves every schemer in the city determined to get rich or die trying. When a Russian mobster orchestrates a lucrative real estate scam, every criminal in London wants a piece of the action. Greed is the universal language, and everyone from unrelenting crime boss Lenny Cole (Tom Wilkinson) to street-smart criminal One Two (Gerard
Director: Guy Ritchie
Rated: R
Running Time: 1 hr. 54 min.
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure
Theater Release: Sep 04, 2008
DVD Release: Jan 27, 2009


Tom Wilkinson

Lenny Cole
Idris Elba

Tom Hardy

Handsome Bob
Karel Roden

Uri Obamavich
Toby Kebbell

Johnny Quid

Critic Reviews

Consensus: 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 two major turkeys.
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