Snatch Reviews

March 6, 2018
With this morbidly bouncy black comedy Ritchie finds a sneaky way to avoid sophomore slump: by passing his freshman tests all over again. And now for something completely different, please.
April 15, 2008
Ritchie may be skilled at generating controlled chaos, but his surprise-a-minute strategy ultimately holds no surprises.
February 27, 2007
February 9, 2006
Ritchie's follow-up to Lock, Stock is an even more craftily concocted underworld entertainment, helped no end by the casting of Pitt as the bare-knuckle boxer Mickey.
September 26, 2002
This may be one of the hazardous offshoots of the music-video-trained generation of moviemakers; they confuse a diet of eye candy with a full meal.
March 22, 2002
Bouncing around in a world of bare-knuckle boxing, gypsy swindlers, pretend Jewish diamond merchants, indestructible Russian assassins and a thug who disposes of bodies by feeding them to hungry pigs, Snatch has enough plots for a fair-sized cemetery.
June 4, 2001
He's not breaking new ground with Snatch, merely fine-tuning the knack for disreputable kicks he showed in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.
March 8, 2001
The cinematic dazzle, the high pitch to which he leads his actors, the relish of sheer velocity are reward enough.
February 7, 2001
The story motors like a car driven by a chatty maniac who somehow stays on the road.
February 7, 2001
It takes a very clever schoolboy to make a movie as elaborately empty as Guy Ritchie's Snatch.