The Gentleman
7.3 out of 10 stars - 290 votes



Writers - Guy Ritchie / Crime / user Rating - 8,3 of 10 Stars / year - 2020 / Directors - Guy Ritchie / 113 M. Perhaps the blokiest, manliest film to come out since ever. Can't wait to see the gorgeous Michelle Dockery in it too. So, just thinking about it. The Gentleman basically won the lottery by Jester being his daughter. A list of stuff that Jester told him about the week or two that she was away for: The peace talks. They were agreed to like two days before she told him. Massively important to what he does. The Mighty Nein ended the cult of the Angel of Irons. Which means the Gentleman can send word to Stossmans that some of his allies have ended the people who attacked them. A message that reads "Those people who attacked you? My associates killed them. No charge. -The Gentleman" would probably get him a good deal next time they want something, I'd think. The spell Caleb, Essek and Nott created. Might be useful to him. Jester now has a personal relationship with the ruler of the country the Gentleman lives in. If he needs a pardon for something, it's entirely possible she can get it for him. And, being Jester, would. And that's just the stuff between episode 85 and 92. So far, I don't think the Gentleman has actively exploited Jester, but just the stuff she volunteers is worth a crazy amount to him.
When I clicked this video i got the gentlemen trailer as an ad and then watched the actual video. The gentleman from moscow. An ad for The Gentleman, before watching the trailer for The Gentleman. The gentleman reviews. After watching highly rated films with high quality casts bore the pants off me last year I was wondering what Guy could conjure up and well it was Guy Ritchie at his best with Matthew Mcconnaughey leading the cast Hugh Grant and Colin Farrell putting in stand out performances and the film chugged along with excellent witty dialogue Loved it ?.
The gentleman pirate. Something tells me hugh grant will steal the show. The gentleman's guide. The gentleman's agreement. “Do ya like dags?”. Gentleman Poster Directed by Shankar Produced by K. T. Kunjumon Written by Balakumaran (Dialogue) Screenplay by Shankar Story by Shankar Starring Arjun Madhoo Goundamani Senthil Charan Raj Subhashri Vineeth Music by A. R. Rahman Cinematography Jeeva Edited by B. Lenin V. Vijayan Production company A. S. Film International Distributed by A. Film International Release date 30?July?1993 [1] Running time 160 mins Country India Language Tamil Budget 1 crore (equivalent to 5. 4?crore or US760, 000 in 2018) Box office 12 crore (equivalent to 65?crore or US9. 1?million in 2018) Gentleman is a 1993 Indian Tamil -language vigilante action film written and directed by S. Shankar, marking his debut, and produced by K. Kunjumon. It stars Arjun and Madhoo in the lead roles while Goundamani, Senthil, Charan Raj, Subhashri, and Vineeth play supporting roles. The film's music (score and soundtrack) was composed by A. Rahman. The choreography in the film was viewed as a highlight. This high-budget production won positive reviews [2] and became a blockbuster at the box office. [3] The film was remade in Hindi as The Gentleman in 1994, by Mahesh Bhatt, starring Chiranjeevi. Plot [ edit] In Ooty, Krishnamoorthy alias Kicha ( Arjun) and Mani ( Goundamani) perform a swashbuckling heist of money of several crores while being in disguise diverting the attention of police, and escape in Nilgiri Mountain Railway, much to the frustration of a chasing police officer named Ratnam ( Ajay Rathnam. Kicha is a respected citizen who runs a home-based pappadam business along with Mani in Chennai. Susheela ( Madhoo) one of Kicha's many female employees, has a crush on him and is constantly demanding his attention. Another thing adding to her woes is the arrival of her jovial cousin Sugandhi ( Subhashri. She makes the place so lively and playful with silly fights between Mani and Babloo ( Senthil. Sugandhi later develops a crush on Kicha, especially after being saved by him from some molesting goons. Kicha reveals to her that he has no such feelings for her and wants her to find a suitable mate. Before leaving Chennai, Sugandhi steals Kicha's ring as a souvenir. After several unsuccessful attempts at nabbing the thief, a disgraced Azhagar Nambi ( Charan Raj) shaves his head and is left with a ring mark on his face, after a scuffle with the thief. On investigating, he later realizes that the mark was formed by a ceremonial ring worn by Brahmin priests, but to his vain, finds that the specific design of this ring is uncommon to Brahmin priests, but rather resembles a mangalsutra. Nambi is forced by his parents into getting married and by coincidence to Sugandhi, from whom he gets the particular ring that he was tracking and finds out that it belongs to Kicha. In an attempt to trap and arrest Kicha, Nambi plots an attempt at Kicha's house where they were invited for a wedding dinner, hosted by Kicha, where he shoots Kicha, but the latter narrowly escapes with a bullet injury in his hand, along with Mani. Susheela follows them to their hideout, where Susheela finds the duo and accuses Kicha for his deed. After Susheela threatens to commit suicide, Kicha reveals his flashback about his student life as a district level topper along with his best friend Ramesh ( Vineeth) and when they both were denied their desired medical college seats due to bribery, that leads to the tragic suicides of Kicha's mother Ponnamal ( Manorama) and Ramesh. Since then, Kicha became a thief to build a college of his own, where he desires to make education available to the deserved without any difference to poor, rich, or any caste. In order to fund the final stages of the college building, aware of the police trap, Kicha makes one last attempt to steal money from the Chief Minister ( Rajan P. Dev) resulting in success, but Nambi gains the upper hand in arresting him. In the courtroom, Kicha demands that the State CM should come to the courtroom, who was the then educational minister who demanded the bribe from him. Though the CM is exposed to the public, he is still let off, which infuriates a youth who was inspired by Kicha's ideologies. The youth kills the minister by planting a bomb on himself. During the end credits, it is shown that Kicha serves his jail sentence and subsequently inaugurates the medical college for the poor students after his release. Cast [ edit] Special appearances in "Chikku Bukku Rayile" song Prabhu Deva Gouthami Tadimalla Raju Sundaram Raghava Lawrence Production [ edit] After scoring back-to-back successes like Vasanthakala Paravai (1991) and Suriyan (1992) producer K. Kunjumon wanted to collaborate again with director Pavithran and actor R. Sarathkumar; however since they went on to do other projects, the collaboration did not happen. Photographer Stills Ravi and editor V. Vijayan suggested the name of S. Shankar who worked as an assistant in these two films. Impressed with Shankar's story, he decided to produce the film, Gentleman. [4] Arjun Sarja was selected to portray the lead role after attempts to sign Sarathkumar failed. [4] 2] The climax scene where a student sacrifices his life by killing the film's antagonist was inspired from the assassination of Sri Lankan president Ranasinghe Premadasa. [4] Kunjumon insisted Shankar to rewrite the climax by adding this element, much to the dissatisfaction of Arjun, who felt that his heroism would get diluted. However, Kunjumon was adamant about the climax and it was shot as per his wish. [4] Soundtrack [ edit] Gentleman: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Soundtrack album by A. Rahman Released 1993 Recorded Panchathan Record Inn Genre Soundtrack Length 23: 53 Label Pyramid Ayngaran Music Aditya Music Producer A. Rahman A. Rahman chronology Pudhiya Mugam (1993) Gentleman: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1993) Kizhakku Cheemayile (1993) Singles from Gentleman: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack " Chikku Bukku Rayile " Released: 1993 " Ottagathai Kattiko " Released: 1993 The score and soundtrack of the movie was composed by A. Rahman and lyrics by Vairamuthu and Vaali. [5] Gentleman marked the beginning of a famed collaboration between A. Rahman and director S. Shankar. The film and soundtrack were dubbed and released in Telugu with the same name. The lyrics were penned by Rajashri for this version. [6] The choreography was done by Prabhu Deva, who also made an appearance in the song " Chikku Bukku Rayile. written by Vaali. The soundtrack earned A. Rahman, his second Filmfare Best Music Director Award of the year 1993. He also won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Music Director for his work. Sujatha got the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Female Playback for her rendition of the track "En Veettu Thotathil. A Gentleman instrumental adaptation album was subsequently released on Lahari and became a runaway success. The track " Ottagathai Kattiko " soundtracked a BBC fashion show. The song is based on Carnatic rāgam Dharmavati. [7] The song "Paakathe" is based on Mohanam raga. [8] Tamil version (Original) No. Title Singer(s) Length 1. "En Veetu Thotathil" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Sujatha Mohan 3:56 2. "Usalampatti Penkutti" Shahul Hameed, Swarnalatha 4:41 3. Chikku Bukku Rayile " Suresh Peters, G. V. Prakash Kumar 5:24 4. "Parkathey" Minmini, Srinivas, Noel James 4:29 5. Ottagathai Kattiko " S. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki, Sujatha Mohan, Minmini 5:15 Telugu version (Dubbed) No. "Kontegaadni Kattuko" S. Janaki 5:15 2. "Chikubuku Raile" Suresh Peters, G. Prakash 5:24 3. "Naa Inti Mundunna" S. Balasubrahmanyam, Sujatha Mohan 3:51 4. "Maavele Maavele" Minmini, Srinivas, Noel James 4:29 5. "Mudinepalli" Shahul Hameed, Malgudi Subha, Swarnalatha 4:40 Awards [ edit] 41st Filmfare Awards South Best Film - K. Kunjumon Best Director - Shankar Best Music Director - A. Rahman 1993 Tamil Nadu State Film Awards Best Actor - Arjun Sarja Best Female Playback Singer - Sujatha. En Veetu Thotathil" Release [ edit] Kunjumon had to distribute the film on his own since no distributors were willing to buy this film as they felt "it looked like a dubbed film. 4] The film was released on 30 July 1993 and became a blockbuster at the box office. [4] New Straits Times in its review dated August 14, 1993 stated: Sankar... has provided thought-provoking story. build up the story well, making us eager to find out why the hero is committing all those robberies. 2] Writing for The Indian Express, Malini Mannath said, Shankar makes a promising debut infusing his script with action, sentiment, comedy and even some titillating scenes for added measure and tries to give something different within the parameters of commercial cinema. Jeeva's camera is effective in capturing the well choreographed stunt scenes (Vikram Bharma. 9] Legacy [ edit] In the 2019 Tamil film Hero, Arjun reprises his role as Sathyamoorthy (whose name is similar to Krishnamoorthy) a man who takes away money from the rich to build a school that is free for everyone. [10] References [ edit] External links [ edit] Gentleman on IMDb.
An absolute belter of a film, guy Ritchie at his best, lock stock was always my fave but this bad boy beats em all. If you haven't seen it, it's a must, cast is brilliant, story is 2... Well done Mr Ritchie it's great to have you BACK. If I was Rian I wouldn't be adding TLJ to my list of credits, but he has so few. The gentlemen drivers. Don't you just love when characters watch footage of something that happens on a screen but what they're watching is actual movie footage? Like how did you get that angle during a fight at 1:03. Richie's best film since snatch. Hugh Grant gives his best performance. He is simply brilliant, funny, little camp, but deadly. Go and watch ASAP.
The gentleman critical role. Gentlemen& 39;s barber shop. Level 1 I want to play a rogue/scholar. Like a professor of criminal behavior. Who picked up a few tricks in his research. Personality somewhere between Sherlock Holmes and Indiana Jones. Someone who tries to be really serious, and fails because, This is a jolly ol' time chaps. level 2 This was exactly what I was going for when I made him. level 1 ITS MY BOY WINSTON I PLAY WITH THIS FUCKER. level 1 Why he wearing his hat and not his coat. Are we indoors or outdoors? Fake gentleman. level 2 He also happens to be a rogue level 1 Ive wanted to play a gentleman thief for a while. Like the typical stealing the noble ladys necklace while being a showman about it. level 1 DISREGARD THE CONSTABULARY! level 1 This is amazing. I love how you were able to capture the gentlemanly poise with a little roguish ruggedness. The mustache is just too good, it reminds me of the Pringles guy and I wouldnt have it any other way. level 1 sips tea hmm is that elvish brew with a slight hint of sugar? This is some bloody good tea mate.
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The gentleman colin farrell scene. The gentleman in black el greco. The gentleman rotten tomatoes. The gentlemen. The gentleman movie songs. That's Hugh Grant. Took me a while. ok I'm in... Guy Ritchie can be an excellent director with the right materials. His career has experienced some tragic lows (the Madonna vanity project “Swept Away, ” “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword”) and some incredible highs. While he charmed audiences with? the excellent action-packed take on Sherlock Holmes, he is truly in his element when forging London-based gangster films. Ritchie broke out with the messy but well-loved “Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, ” and followed it with the excellent “Snatch” and the masterful “Rocknrolla” (Im still naively hoping for its promised sequel. “The Gentlemen” returns Ritchie to the genre where he shines. The story follows American drug dealer-turned kingpin Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) who wants to retire to live a respectable life with his beloved wife Rosalind (Michelle Dockery) by selling his business to American billionaire Matthew (Jeremy Strong. However, he is facing threats from a rival criminal, and outside circumstances throw his situation in peril. The film is incredibly fun and well-made. Ritchies script bubbles with wit and fun. His characters are remarkably specific, each feeling like a real and fleshed-out person, individual personalities bubbling over and into the dialogue. The writing, while excellent, is suitably crass for the criminal underworld characters the movie follows. And each twist of the narrative is equal parts surprising and perfectly logical in the storys progression. However, the whole story is being told by sleezy PI Fletcher (Hugh Grant) to Pearsons number-two man, Raymond (Charlie Hunnam) trying to ascertain the facts of the ensuing drama and extort Pearson for blackmail. Framing devices like this can be tricky to pull off well. In strong films, these seemingly pointless transition scenes bore and distract from a vastly superior main narrative.?Likewise, weaker films that require such narration to be comprehensible merely highlight their own screenplays shortcomings. Every once in a while, though, a movie will use a framing device to elevate a project. To do this, the main plot must be clear and easy to follow, but the gimmick provides insight that otherwise would not be gained. Further, these scenes must likewise be connected to the central plot and enjoyable in their own right. “The Gentlemen” strikes this balance beautifully. Grant and Hunnams chemistry and strong performances make the scenes not just an integral part of the film, but also something for which to genuinely look forward. “The Gentlemen” is worth the watch just for the cast alone. Oscar winner McConaughey (“Dallas Buyers Club”) employs his signature charm as the protagonist. Golding (“Crazy Rich Asians”) is impressively and unsettlingly unhinged as Dry Eye, the tantrum-prone and blindingly ambitious antagonist, a far cry from the rom-com leading men that made him famous. Jeremy Strong (“Succession”) plays the sole other American, a criminally connected businessman planning to buy out Mickey, with a slippery but friendly façade belying cunning. Colin Farrells (“In Bruges”) boxing coach makes the most of the stock “good man in a bad situation” role, and provides a single moral character to support for those too squeamish to root for the far more morally grey criminals (not that hes kept from engaging in some of the wildest schemes in the film. Dockerys Rosalind (“Downton Abbey”) is mostly present to humanize and drive her husband, but both she and Ritchies script balance her tough confidence and vulnerability that makes her feel like a real person outside the confines of the narrative. Grant trades in his leading-man charm to play a seedy tabloid PI. While fairly removed from the central storyline, he plays Fletcher with such personality and humor that scenes in the framing device feel both important and endlessly enjoyable. However, the heart of the film rests within the shoulders of Hunnam (“Sons of Anarchy”. After some incredibly disappointing leading turns in Ritchies “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” and Guillermo del Torros “Pacific Rim, ” Hunnam did not seem like the obvious choice to be a central figure in a cast filled to the brim with storied and talented stars. Yet he more than holds his own. In fact, Hunnams consigliere to McConaughey serves as the emotional center of the film in an unexpectedly excellent performance. It is with great surprise that I express my excitement for his next projects. “The Gentlemen” is an incredibly good time. Clocking in at just under two hours, the movie is a wild ride from start to finish. With excellent performances, clever writing, and an enjoyable story, “The Gentlemen” is certainly worth checking out. Paulina Enck is an intern at the Federalist and current student at Georgetown University in the School of Foreign Service. Follow her on Twitter at @itspaulinaenck Copyright 2020 The Federalist, a wholly independent division of FDRLST Media, All Rights Reserved.
Knives Out... definitely a Thanksgiving opening! When familial animosity is at its highest. Coma looks interesting; it's not a take on the Michael Crichton book. The gentleman trailer song. Level 2 Honestly, it warmed my heart almost as much as the drink itself. level 2 I've never bought a rare high end bourbon. What are the big ones to look out for, Weller 12 and Blanton's? level 1 I'm glad there are others who do this. Walked passed a few rarer bottles today at MSRP - Blantons, Michters 10, Weller 12, Stagg Jr. Already have a bottle, don't need backups. level 2 Exactly. Thats the respectable way to be. No need to be a hoarder level 2 Well you could have picked me up a bottle of Stagg Jr. Spread the love. level 2 Walking past any of those bottles individually would be worthy of note around here, where in the hell did you see them all? level 2 I need a friend like you to grab one of those and ship to me. level 2 Preach man. Pay it forward! Love it! level 2 Dang what store? Been looking for that michters 10 for a while. level 2 Is a Blantons or Michters 10 hard to find where you are? Most decent cocktail bars in Manhattan carry Michters 10. level 1 It amazes me that Blantons isnt readily available everywhere in the US. I run a liquor store in Australia and I can order in as much as I want, whenever I want. Same goes for Buffalo Trace, Eagle Rare, etc. level 2 Distributors are apparently the bottleneck level 2 Its on purpose. Theyre goal is international exposure, introducing it to new markets. To be fair, i grew up in Indiana (state sharing Kentuckys northern border) and high end bottles like Blantons would gather dust on the shelf at 65ish USD. Blantons was readily available when i left Indiana in 2013. now that its rare and gained some international exposure, people everywhere are realizing how good it is and that has fueled the bourbon craze. Granted, I could drive 3 hours to the distillery and get it- same with a lot of places in Ohio. So I understand it from a business perspective. level 2 It's because people horde it and hunt for it, buying up all the stock, then try to flip it for stupid. It's very annoying and quickly becoming looked down in the real bourbon community. I don't understand it either. Blantons is the Rolex of bourbons. It's a great pour but it's the "premium" that people who don't know bourbon want to buy because of the name. There really isn't anything crazy about it. Pour a w12 or stag Jr which are about the same line and be blown away.
If you want to watch this movie coz finally they added an asian male character in a big movie. Don't waste your money and time. In this movie, asian male characters got shot in balls, vomiting and got killed by the main character when he tried to rape a girl. Seriously, all embarrassing and humiliating storylines were given to asian characters. All other white characters are graceful and elegant. They can even run super fast after a car accident... I am not a sensitive asian person who talk about race stereotypes. But this is too much. I live in Melbourne and do you know how many people came here because the asian actor in the crazy rich asian is in it? A lot. His face appears in every poster coz they want to convince asian heritage people to watch this movie. Then, they use stereotypes to build those characters. It is extremely hard for asian male characters to be visible. If you don't want to be inclusive, you don't have to. The worst is to claim that you appreciate inclusive but actually the only thing you care about is money.
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Ayushmann khurrana gentleman. The 80 000 remake of a garden which is secret. The gentleman boxes of bush. Part 1 Being Presentable 1 Maintain proper hygiene. A gentleman looks and smells pleasant when out in public. It is one thing to sweat while working out, but not while out and about. Take regular care of your body and that you look polished and clean before you step out. Make sure to bathe regularly. When applying deodorant or cologne, be sparing. An overpowering odor- even of cologne or body spray- is not pleasant, and can be offensive. Use of hair product is fine, but be careful of hair gel. This product can be sticky and get rock hard after a while, making your hair look stiff. You can also inadvertently come off as "greasy. 1] If you dont smell clean and fresh, then it doesnt really matter how charming you are or how your clothes look. Its important to get the hygiene down so people dont get distracted by an unpleasant odor or appearance. Wash your hands after you use the bathroom. A gentleman cares for himself and others by preventing spread of disease. Also, other men in the washroom will notice if you bypass the sinks. 2 Wear flattering clothes. Wear clothes that fit your body well, eliminate flashy clothing and avoid fashion "faux pas" e. g. baseball hats cocked slightly to the side. A simpler wardrobe will keep the emphasis on you, not your clothes, which will change your appearance. Keep it simple, and youll look elegant and gentlemanly. Stick to subdued blacks, grays, blues and browns. A gentleman can actually wear any color in moderation, but the classic colors for men are not bright. Choose classic clothing for men. Examples include suits, oxford-style shirts, khaki pants. Wear athletic clothes only for workouts or athletics. A gentleman will not wear his suit while hiking through the Alps, or practicing for his black belt, or playing tennis. But he will avoid wearing his tennis clothes unless he is going to, from, or playing tennis. What is considered "flashy" will vary from culture to culture, and situation. A white linen suit and pink shirt may be fashionable on a tropical island, but be regarded as quite flashy at a corporate board meeting in England. Its very important to wear pants that fit you. Make sure to hold your pants up with a nice simple belt to show that youve really put a lot of thought into your look. The next time you need a suit, make sure you get measured for one instead of picking one out yourself. A true gentleman makes an effort with his appearance and goes the extra mile to wear well-fitting clothes. Wearing a suit that actually fits you instead of one that is one, two or even three sizes too big, will also help show that you put a lot of thought into your look. Always make sure your shoes are clean. Some people say that shoes are the first thing a lady notices when talking to a man. A quick (but effective) brush can make a world of difference. Most importantly, clean shoes show that take into consideration the people who will have to look at them once you leave your home. Its also important to wear the right clothes for the occasion. Try to stick to appropriate dress codes, whether wearing business casual clothes for work, or to wear formal wear for a wedding. And keep in mind that its better to be slightly overdressed than underdressed. 3 Groom yourself well. To be a true gentleman, you have to make sure your hair is regularly combed and that you either make a point of shaving your facial hair or that you maintain a nice, solid beard. Avoid the stubble and go for a nice clean shave every morning, or you will look sloppy. Keep a comb handy so you can run it through your hair (in private) if your hair gets windswept or loses volume after a long day. Even having clean nails makes a difference. Clean under your fingernails and trim them every day or two to make sure your hands have a neat appearance. Trim any protruding nose hairs to maintain a groomed look. 4 Have a firm handshake. A true gentleman knows how to give a true handshake. Whether youre meeting your future boss, your girlfriends dad, or your sisters boyfriend, you should make sure to look the person in the eye, grip his or her hand firmly, and show that you mean business. Dont grip too hard to show off, but give a firm grip to show that you care enough to make an impression. This shows that youre a gentleman who takes the time to acknowledge new people. If a new person that you dont know walks into the room and youre being introduced, give him or her the courtesy to stand before giving him or her a handshake. 5 Avoid any offensive actions in public. If youre in public, then you should avoid farting, belching, speaking too loudly, being overly demanding, grabbing your crotch, or getting too drunk. A gentleman is always in control of himself, body and mind. If you do lose control, however, its important to apologize instead of acting like nothing happened. Remember that a true gentleman is a person who can go out in public without making a scene or embarrassing himself. Self-awareness is a key part of being a gentleman. Always consider how others may perceive you, and be aware of how your actions may be considered offensive. Part 2 Being Polite Help the people around you. Always be aware of how you can help people. Wait an extra few seconds to hold the door for the person behind you. Offer to help people get their grocery bags to the car. You don't have to go overboard and risk hurting yourself (e. if you've got a precarious grip on something heavy, don't open the door for someone) but respect is paramount. True gentlemen dont only focus on the women they like and ignore everyone else; being a gentleman is a way of approaching the world and all of the people in it, not just the ones youd like to date. [2] Be on the lookout for people who could use some help but who may not want to ask for it. The man carrying a tray of coffee would love it if you opened the door for him, but he may not ask. Make polite conversation. Be prepared to ask questions or make statements of courtesy, like "How was your day. May I help you. Let me get that for you" or "I'll take care of that. Learn to speak slowly and carefully and to take the time to really talk to people in a polite fashion, no matter how rushed you may be. Whether youre talking to your neighbor or the cute girl in your physics class, make an effort to smile, to be friendly, and to make interesting small talk about how your day is going. A gentleman doesnt cut right to the chase, but takes his time getting to know people. Being able to make conversation is a sign of class and maturity, which are two important aspects of being a gentleman. Avoid cursing at all costs. Don't swear. Don't be vulgar. If it's too difficult to stop cursing all together, tone it down a lot. Its just not gentlemanly to curse. If you do curse, you should apologize and try to keep the behavior from happening in the future. If youre in a situation where you tend to curse more often, such as watching sports or driving in traffic, take extra care to watch yourself so you still come off as a perfect gentleman. Along with cursing, you should avoid any lewd or vulgar comments in general. And remember that whats funny to you and your buddies behind closed doors may not always be appropriate for a girl youre courting. Don't talk about yourself too much. You can tell people enough to let them know a little bit about you, at first, but you should wait to really reveal every last thing about yourself. In addition to making you a much more desirable conversationalist, it will make you seem more mysterious to not share too much, which many women find attractive. Get a basic idea of what's going on in music, sports, and politics so you can sound intelligent when you make conversation. Be sure about subjects you state are important to you by making the effort to stay up-to-date on them. Instead, focus on asking people questions about their interests, hobbies, and plans. Let them know that youre more interested in them than yourself. Avoid bringing up controversial or uncomfortable topics. Learn to avoid politics until you know someone better, and learn how to be neutral if someone else brings it up. A simple shrug will do wonders. A gentleman doesn't make other people uncomfortable. Be focused more on being agreeable and making people feel comfortable than in proving that youre right and that the other persons opinions are worthless. You dont need to show someone up to impress women; whats far more impressive, in fact, will be your ability to get along with people. Always remember to know your audience. What may be funny to a working class guy from the Bronx may not fly with an upper crust Manhattan socialite. Be sensitive to the needs and interests of others. 6 Treat everyone with respect. Being a gentleman doesnt just mean being polite and courteous to women; it means being respectful to other men, to the elderly, and even to children. A true gentleman shouldnt be able to turn his charm on and off, and he should be kind and respectful to absolutely everyone who deserves it. Respect a persons space by not standing too close when you talk to him or her. Respect a persons privacy by not peering over his or her shoulder or asking too many personal questions. The key is to make people feel comfortable and good about themselves, not like theyre being mistreated. Say hello to people when you walk by them, ask how theyre doing, and know when they want to be left alone. Avoid speaking too loudly or making too much of a racket in public or even in your home, out of respect for your neighbors. Its not respectful to act like youre the only person on the planet. Make sure to chew your food with your mouth closed, with respect to your dinner partners. 7 Avoid physical altercations. There may be some situations that justifies physical confrontation, but it should be in self-defense or the defense of others. However, those
Anything related to aircraft, airplanes, aviation and flying. Helicopters & rotorcraft, airships, balloons, parachutes & skydiving, paragliders, winged suits and anything that sustains you in the air is acceptable to post here. Level 1 Finally saw The Man from UNCLE not to long ago and really liked it. Guess I gotta watch this one too. level 2 I am so bummed it didn't do well. I absolutely loved UNCLE. The actors were perfect. level 1 I enjoyed this as well. I agree with the cast being very well chosen, Hugh Grant was perfectly shady. level 1 I have a date with those Gentlemen on Thursday! level 1 The trailer really didnt do this movie justice. Saw the trailer probably 6 times and just wasnt interested. I only saw it because I happened to be at the mall while it was showing and it was the only thing movie that didnt look terrible (or have terrible r/AMCsAList reviews. One of my favorites from the last 6 months. level 2 Thank you! I just watched it again and its such a boring trailer. I was going to pass on this movie, but thanks to all of these recommendations Ill check it out this week. level 1 It was an awesome movie and seeing them act like such assholes was awesome level 1 I've pretty much soured on Guy Ritchie, but I'll always give him a chance. Were you surprised by how much you liked it? level 2 At this point in his career I wasnt expecting much and I was very pleasantly surprised, really enjoyed it level 1 The movies structure was wack as hell, but the cast is so damn charming its almost impossible not to like the movie for me. level 2 I've noticed that I've stopped looking for terrific movie/tv show stories and started looking for movies/tv shows with interesting characters. I can't remember the last movies or series that didn't disappoint me on some level so I decided to just enjoy the characters for what they are. Now I don't sound like an angry old man yelling about how entertainment was soooo much better back in the 90s. Besides, I can never figure out an ending I would be satisfied with. level 2 I thought it was probably more accessible than most other Guy Ritchie movies. level 1 Holy crap 8. 1 rating on IMDB. 51 on Metacritic. 73% on RT. Maybe I will watch it this Thursday. level 1 Like snatch style Guy Ritchie? level 2 it's basically shot-by-shot updated Snatch with carefully selected cast. which is not bad, of course, but also not awesome. level 1 Im down. I loved both Snatch and Lock Stock. This looks like a nice return to form. level 2 No reason to get downvoted for not liking a movie, Ill check it out, but the reviews I read would agree with you. I wish Rockin Rolla had a sequel. level 2 A tad strong, but I didn't love it either. level 1 Tottaly agree and recommending it as well. Maybe even better than lock, stock and 2 smoking barrels. level 1 Has it been released on DVD yet? And isn't it titled "The Gentlemen" level 2 Just came out in theaters a couple of weeks ago (in North America at least, I think it's been out for like a month overseas.
The gentleman 2020. The gentleman. So my knowledge of DnD is pretty limited to this show and listening to other podcasts so I dont know all the races but since Matt just released his notes from episode 17, and seeing that the gentleman is actually a water all makes so much more since as to why hes always sweating all the time lol. That's always bothered me for such along that's all just wanted to share this great mystery of mine, guess this just proves I'm best detective. Hope everyone has a great day.
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