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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
Guy Richie does it again.
FAB english humor.. Guy Ritchie at his best. GREAT cast LOVE
For all its energy and vulgarity, The Gentlemen is a slog, a tedious and unnecessarily unpleasant tour of ground that Ritchie’s already covered.
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.