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The Gentlemen 2020 is a great movie. The clever and tough American Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) has built up a million-dollar marijuana empire in exile in Britain. Its fabric is not only the best in the country, but is also consumed in the rest of Europe. As good as business is going, Mickey wants to get out to spend more time with his wife Rosalind. Played by Michelle Dockery. At an exclusive dinner party, he meets the eccentric billionaire Matthew Berger (Jeremy Strong). Before he wants to buy Mickey’s empire, Berger first wants guarantees. And how do you rate the horror The Grudge 2020? In my opinion it is very weak.
Exile American Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) made it in the UK. He is the largest producer and distributor of marijuana and is now considering selling his business for $ 400 million. There is a prospect in Matthew (Jeremy Strong). But others also sense the big business, such as the triad upstart Dry Eye or the private detective Fletcher. He sees the chance to get 20 million pounds that he wants to squeeze out of Mickey. For this purpose, he goes to his right hand Raymond (Charlie Hunnam) and starts telling him a story that he is sure Mickey would rather not see dragged into the public.
Because in life you have to be a real Gentleman
Now, of all times, the petty criminals of the British metropolis sense the chance to finally wipe out Mickey and take over the great empire themselves. In addition to Dry Eye (Henry Golding), an oriental brutal gangster, the sleazy private detective Fletcher (Hugh Grant) and the pragmatic Irish coach (Colin Farrell), especially Mickey’s right hand Ray (Charlie Hunnam) suddenly has more to do than he likes . Murder, manslaughter, bribery and nasty deceptions are now the order of the day. A power struggle between the gentlemen breaks out, in which only one will win.
Guy Ritchie has not seen a film like “The Gentlemen online” for a long time. One feels pleasantly reminded of his early gangster films, which also played in England, scored with bizarre characters and where coolness was part of the DNA. The same is now the case with Ritchie’s latest work, which is wonderfully designed from a narrative point of view. First, Ritchie makes the viewer believe that Matthew McConaughey’s character has to bite the grass. Then he releases Hugh Grant and Charlie Hunnam. One is an over-the-top private investigator who only throws sexual advances at him, the other an emphatically calm man, but beneath whose facade it boils.