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Movie Info & Cast
- Matthew McConaughey
- Charlie Hunnam
- Michelle Dockery
- Jeremy Strong
- Colin Farrell
- Henry Golding
- Hugh Grant
- Jason Wong
- Christopher Evangelou
- Eliot Sumner
Did You Know?
- Kate Beckinsale was originally cast but dropped 2 days after shooting began. Michelle Dockery replaced her.
- In the closing credits, immediately under "Standby Carpenter", it says "Standy Rigger"-this should be "Standby Rigger".
- Mickey Pearson: There's only one rule in the jungle: when the lion's hungry, he eats!
Atom User Reviews
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.
The Gentlemen is a disposable crime caper on autopilot. Propped up by an all-star ensemble, particularly the sturdy Charlie Hunnam and scene-stealer Colin Farrell, Guy Ritchie reclaims the genre that brought him to fame but does little more than shuffle battered parts into an intermittently entertaining configuration.