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If you want the paper to be cut to fit (as shown in picture) grab the kit with paper cut to fit for you. Please follow the links below: Paper Cut For You: Cut Your Own Paper: The Safari Jeep- Preorder This cheeky little safari jeep is clad in cheetah paper from Graphic 45's reprint of Safari Adventure paper collection.? This Deluxe Paper Collection will be cut to fit on all the outsides of the jeep and insides top of the jeep. The paper for the mini is not cut for you.? When you pull up the back bumper there is a secret mini inside.? Ready for that amazing adventure this year! Thanks so much for coming by to look! Have an amazing weekend ahead! Jim The Gentleman Crafter New Projects! 2019 Putz House and a Dreamy Bed! Good Afternoon Everyone! Thanks so much for stopping by.? It's finally holiday season!? My favorite time to be in the studio designing and making projects for friends and family. Today, I wanted to share two new projects with, this years Putz and a Dreamy Bed! For the past several years I have designed a different Putz House for the holiday season. It's become a really neat tradition for my putz collectors.? The 2019 Dormer House is a CHIPBOARD ONLY kit.? Easily put the house together and then use your own paint, paper or ink to make this year's house a festive addition to your collection. The Dormer House Putz For more information or to purchase this kit follow the link below: This Month's Project Is... The Dreamy Canopy Bed with Mini The Dreamy Bed is made from Graphic 45's new paper collection, Dreamland.? This is such a fun and beautiful collection!? I personally love the bright and cheerful colors and graphics of this collection.? Truly Special... The Dreamy Canopy Bed is a really cute four poster canopy bed perfect to store all your dream time memories.? Pull the Graphic 45 door pull on the side of the bed and it holds a fun mini that has tons of room for dreamland details.? The mini is 5-1/2 x 6-3/4-inches.? It was left and right interior waterfalls and six pages of three types attached to the central spine.? A fun project! Thanks so much for coming by to look!? Have a Happy Happy Holiday! The Fabulously Fun Ferris Wheel and Chipboard Kits! Good Morning Everyone! Almost every blog I post I mention the weather in Texas!? Well, Holy Boy Howdy the weather has changed and it's finally COLD as crisps! ? ?A wonderful cold front came through yesterday and I actually had a laugh watching my youngest puppy run out the back door this morning and actually stop mid-step and notice the the air and then go about her duties. Anyway, today I wanted to share a new project as well as two projects that I posted for Graphic 45.? The Calendar Armoire and The Pagoda.? I had several emails asking if I would cut the project for them.? So, I cut a few to see if people were interested. This Months Project is the last of the series of Festival Ferris Wheel is the easiest in the collection of rides to make.? This thing is truly addictive to just have to do it to understand what I'm saying.? You twist the big gear on the front and it spins around smooth as silk.? It's awesome to see the little seats go round and round level and horizontally.? A fun fun fun project!? I promise! Here's The Fabulously Fun Ferris Wheel... For more information or to purchase this project please click the link below: As promised, I have cut a few of the chipboard kits for the Graphic 45 Fashion Forward Calendar Armoire and The Secret Pagoda.? These kits are chipboard only.? However, they include all the hardware to complete them. The Fashion Forward Calendar Armoire Chipboard Kit The Secret Pagoda Chipboard Kit Thanks So Much for coming by to visit.? New Holiday projects coming soon! IT'S BACK! Graphic 45's BIRDSONG! Yes, it's true. Graphic 45's Birdsong is BACK!? This wonderful, beautiful and amazing collection is back as a Deluxe Collector's Edition by popular demand and I LOVE IT! Today, I wanted to share a project that you can make too. I call it... The Secret Pagoda... I went back to my roots here and made another pagoda with this collection.? The original pagoda (2012) was my mothers favorite project and if Mama Nell liked it. I hope you all would too. This time around its functional. ? Slide back the shoji doors to find a segmented container. Open the box and there are a set of flip-flop memory books perfectly sized for those tiny printers that work off your phone and make fun little photos. For the tutorial click HERE: To cut this with a digital cutter I've included the files. These files will need to be brought into your software and sized to the appropriate size noted on each template. For the Files Click Here: Hope you enjoy! The Fashion Forward Calendar Armoire Good Morning Everyone- I wanted to share a new project made with Graphic 45's amazing new Fashion Forward Paper Collection, Chipboard and Claw Feet.? I call it The Fashion Forward Calendar Armoire... Please visit Graphic 45's Site Here to see all the papers in the Fashion Forward Collection!? Amazing colors and prints... The Fashion Forward Armoire is a fashionable way to keep important dates on dressy calendar cards.? Open the door of the armoire to store all 12 months. The cards are placed in the front center of the door each month to view important dates and events at a glance. The prints and graphics from this collection are just amazing!? Dress this project up with your own personal style. If you would like to make this project please follow the links below for the free tutorial and files: Tutorial- SVG Files- Make sure you grab this amazing collection! Thanks for coming by! Spin into Fall! NEW Crackerjack Carousel Man, do I have a new spring in my step this morning!? We finally have cold rainy weather in Texas!? I mean, I had my studio door open to get that cool northern breeze coming in and had to shut it and throw on a sweatshirt.? There's nothing like finally being able to hide the more fatty portions of your body with clothing!? HA!? Just for the record it's 45 degrees, windy as heck and rainy.? Looks like a lot of the country is getting the same. Anyway,? Sorry I've been a bit AWOL lately.? I have been working on a huge project that has basically consumed most of my time.? So, I apologize to all my friends! It's awesome to be busy though isn't it?? In between I did actually get several projects done but just never had a chance to post them.? Well, here is one of them.? I call it Crackerjack Carousel.? Hope you like it and stay warm for a couple of days anyway! The Crackerjack Carousel I've decided to continue with the circus/carnival rides this month.? The Crackerjack Carousel is crafted from heavy weight chipboard and is covered in Carta Bella's Circus paper collection.? It's really such a cool piece.? The carousel sits on a small hidden lazy susan that allows it to spin around in circles perfectly.? The included mirror inset pieces at the top and center walls picks up the light as it spins making it fascinating to watch.? Hope you like!? New Rides are coming soon. If you would like to make this project or for more details, please follow the link below to my shop: Thanks so very much for stopping by!? Have an excellent day! Graphic 45 Tiki Bar-Coasters and Charms Good Day Everyone! Please join me over at Graphic 45 today as we reveal the Summer Staycation Tiki Bar tutorial. A wonderful way to craft away the summer heat.? Made from really one of the the most beautiful paper collections. Graphic 45's Lost in Paradise, Here's what I call the? Staycation Holiday- Tiki Bar- with Coasters and Wine Glass Charms... The Tiki Bar? has a slide out drawer on the side that will hold 9 laminated coasters and nine wine charms to identify your favorite concoction... If you would like to make this project, please follow the links below for the tutorial, the SVG and files: Click here for the tutorial: Click here for the and files: Hope your enjoy making it and and thanks for visiting both Graphic? 45 and me. The Gentleman Crafter.
This isn't lock stock or snatch but they are a high bar and this is still a great film. Ritchie almost made it another ten out of ten but this just lacked some of the brilliant humour and unforgettable characters of his big hits.
The film has a good plot with plenty of twists and turns, and the pace is very good. The cast of actors isn't let down and there are some brilliant performances, not least by Hugh Grant. It is a film that warrants a second watch and it's great to see Ritchie back to near his best as he does the London Gangster movie like no one else.
I ts difficult to imagine Rotterdam as a place where a film festival isnt taking place at all times. The city feels tailor-made for such an event, with its panoply of movie theaters teeming with character and charming espresso bars, convenient pitstops between screenings, so close to one another. Even the servers and baristas at various restaurants and cafés can seem like festival ambassadors, quick to express their excitement when spotting a persons IFFR tote bag, at times offering recommendations on which screenings to attend. “I swear its not at all like the musical, ” said one server, referring to Ladj Lys Les Misérables. The LantarenVenster is the only venue that seems to require that you catch a festival shuttle from the downtown area. Here, too, the workers play their role with gusto, in a delicious fantasy of a port city so imbricated in cinema that its festival is all but an effortless consequence of its filmmaking spirit. One driver, as we cross the Erasmusbrug bridge at night time, chats about film criticism and turns on Miles Davis on the radio, and somehow it feels as were in Louis Malles Elevator to the Gallows. He points out certain buildings and riffs on their historical significance. When we pass by the Schilderstraat, letters forming the word CULT are inexplicably hanging above the cars on the street, where a garish “Merry Xmas” might appear in a different kind of town. The driver notes that Rotterdam is becoming almost too trendy and sophisticated. Almost. This may be what filmmaker Pedro Costa had in mind when, in his remarkable Masterclass, he used precisely the figure of the festival chauffeur to paint a picture of how much film festivals have changed in the past couple of decades. He said that even the drivers have masters degrees in film studies these days. This would perhaps be a plus, but in Costas brutal indictment of the film industry, the film festival circuit certainly included, it also means everyone is constantly trying to pitch something. “Dont pitch anything, please! ” Costa used the figure of the driver with an MA to illustrate the hyper-specialization of everyone involved in the business, but he reserved his venom to attack another figure?that of “sales agents” who, he suggested, act like vultures, depleting every aspect of the filmmaking process from any possible art-for-arts-sake ethos, transforming everything into an opportunity to sell something. In this context, Costa argued, a filmmaker could make any kind of demand?for Robert De Niro, for Sean Penn, or for a dozen elephants on set?just not for “time, ” that most vital tool in a filmmakers arsenal (“When you dont have time, you dont discover life”. Costas talk was packed with references of artists he looked up to, from Robert Bresson to Kenji Mizoguchi, from Buster Keaton to Wang Bing?directors who knew that to make a good film all one needs is “three flowers and a glass of water, ” not “money, cars, and chicks. ” Costa kept mistakenly presuming that everyone in the audience was an aspiring filmmaker, and hopefully they werent, as his advice was for everyone to just stop making movies because we have too many in the world already. And on the off-chance that someone in the crowd still wanted to go out and make one, Costa established poetry, sociology, and subtlety as pre-conditions for the kind of cinema hes interested in making and consuming?even if on his iPhone during his daily train commute (Bresson looks great on the iPhone, he claimed. “This is not about revealing anything, ” he said. Cinema should be about hiding, like a gift you put inside a box and wrap delicately before offering. There were certainly a few of those kinds of films at Rotterdam this year. One of them was Lesotho-born, Berlin-based filmmaker Lemohang Jeremiah Moseses This Is Not a Burial, Its a Resurrection, which, like Costas own Vitalina Varela, explores the impossibility of mourning. In Moseses film, Mantoa (Mary Twala Mhlongo) an 80-year-old widow living in a rural village in Lesotho, learns that her last surviving son, a migrant worker laboring in a coal mine in neighboring South Africa, has just died. She has thus lost all of her loved ones and decides to plan her own funeral. She wants a simple coffin. No golden angels or other gaudy nonsense. An image from Lemohang Jeremiah Moseses This Is Not a Burial, Its a Resurrection. IFFR Moseses mise-en-scène and camerawork are breathtaking. The opening of the film, for one, is reminiscent of the Titanik Bar scene from Béla Tarrs Damnation, where the camera glides through a God-forsaken nowhere, certain of where it needs to go, despite the darkness, all the way until it spots a cabaret performer singing the most melancholy of all songs. In This Is Not a Burial, Its a Resurrection, the camera also sneaks gracefully through a dark nowhere until it finds, not a singer, but an old man playing a strange instrument and eager to tell us a sad tale about lands that weep, miners coming home, and “cups that could never be filled. ” Mosese takes us back to this non-space a couple of times, as if the old man, played by Jerry Mofokeng Wa Makhetha, were a non-diegetic master of ceremonies for the story of Mantoa that unfolds. Its a story told through the gracefulness of the camerawork, the stunningly lit tableaux, and, most remarkably of all, through fabric. Not many films, especially ones with a documentary sensibility, use texture?wool, mud, cement, ashes, and cloth specifically?as a storytelling device the way that This Is Not a Burial, Its a Resurrection does. Consider the moments where Mantoa, faced with the many obstacles that keep her from being able to dig her own grave, takes refuge in the gown her husband once gave her: an exquisitely lustrous damask dress with a black frill and white-collar trim. Its a great sartorial departure from the sober blackness of her usual widows attire, which clashes with the flashy satin swathed around the bodies of the women around her and the blindingly yellow uniforms of city workers building a dam right where the dead lay, draped in white bedsheets. In one of the films many unforgettable scenes, Mantoa gets up from the chair where she usually sits to listen to the radio and dances with her dead husband, raising her arm as if holding an actual body that isnt there, a voice in the background telling her to take off her “cloak of mourning. ” And she certainly takes it all off in a bewildering final sequence when Mantoa simultaneously surrenders to loss and spurns it. Several other films at IFFR explored the theme of death and dying, such as Carl Olssons Meanwhile on Earth, an observational study of the Swedish funerary industry. The film reminds us of the artificiality of funerals, or rites more generally, exposing them as highly theatrical performances, with their wreathes, pots, and crosses staged just so. It also pays close attention to the mechanics of funerals: their perfectly timed music and the multiplicity of gadgets and machineries required to lift and transport corpses and coffins. Olssons strategy for making the subject matter palatable is to try and extract discrete humor from it. He loiters on the professionals going about their tasks?transporting, cleaning, embalming?for long enough so that overtly banal dialogue emerges. In the films most successful moments, the juxtaposition between the morbid ambiance (bodies on stretchers that bleed long after dead) and chats about all-you-can-eat Chinese buffets or the nutritional value of bottled smoothies make for a Tati-esque skit with a disarming punchline at the end. Kristof Bilsens documentary Mother is the portrait of Pomm, a caretaker at an Alzheimers care center in Thailand whose poverty keeps her from living with her children, and Maya, her incoming patient, a privileged 57-year-old Swiss woman whose husband and children drop her off at the care center and go back to Switzerland. Unfortunately, Bilsen allocates the same amount of time on both womens daily lives in their home countries prior to their encounter, insisting on obvious contrasts between poverty-stricken Thailand and the idyllic mountains of Switzerland. Yet only Pomm allows herself to be vulnerable for the camera, as Mayas family never lets their guard down. Its difficult to engage meaningfully with some of the subjects (like Mayas entourage) when the filmmaker is content to accept the fact that they only have their façades to offer. An image from Megan Wennbergs Drag Kids. IFFR Rotterdam featured films about the exuberance of youth, too, liberated or stunted. Drag Kids, screened at the very laidback Scopitone Café, a bar named after film jukeboxes of yore inside the Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg. The documentary follows child drag artists, some as young as nine, and their supportive families, as they prepare for their first joint concert at Montreal Pride. Director Megan Wennberg is smart not to bank simply on the inexplicable thrill of watching young children perform like adults. Shes protective of the children, in fact, never lingering on the potentially embarrassing less-than-average performances, singing or voguing, from some of the kids. Instead, she focuses on the differences between the kids, suggesting that drag can take different meanings, and that it can make different promises of deliverance, for children with decidedly different psychic symptoms and family constellations. Their only kinship seems to be, apart for their love of drag, the apparently unconditional support from their parents. Still, problems arise, from Queen Lactatias self-obsessed competitiveness to Laddy GaGas near-psychotic outbursts. Its impossible to look at Drag Kids, which is unabashedly reality TV show-esque at various moments, and not think of TLCs Toddlers & Tiaras, with its barrage of Southern stage moms waxing their pre-pubescent daughters eyebrows and teaching them trophy-wife realness. Although some of t
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The gentlemen rotten tomatoes. The gentlemen trailer (2020. Synopsis: Make/Believe?is a nuanced personal portrait of Matthew Zorpas, a devoted influencer and one of the worlds most fashionable gentlemen. Called a loser and irrelevant by some and an inspirational digital revolutionary by others, Zorpas is a deeply polarizing figure.? The polarity arises from core questions about love, success, filtered reality, privacy and digital identity. In this film Konstantinos Menelaou documents the online and offline versions of Matthews personality and how it informs his work and determines the complexity of his persona which is always on display. Exposing the man behind the Instagram feed, he questions the reality of the unreality of social media and its ambassadors who are both respected and equally reviled. From London to Milan, from Florence to Paris, Matthew travels around five fashion capitals of the world in twenty two days to attend shows, meet fellow influencers and share his voice on media platforms. Menelaou fundamentally deconstructs the glamorous façade, the falsehoods, the candour, revealing the truths and secret desires behind Matthews digital persona. Directors Statement Matthew is one of the few fashion professionals I know who retains his quality and integrity both in his personal and professional life. We have been friends for many years, so I know the man, but I also grew to know the influencer. It was fascinating to see how little he was willing to reveal at the beginning of our production, and how much he had opened up as our journey came to its end. What struck me the most was that he still retains his innocence and his desire for human connection and interaction, whether that comes from the cyber-world or the real one. Matthew Zorpas Statement 6 years after a very successful yet challenging career, I realized that it was time to face my insecurities. Seeking a deeper level of connection with my audience, I invited Konstantinos to turn on the camera during the busiest time of the year and let him free to explore my relationship with my crew, my fans, my colleagues and also to confront the questions I had never asked myself before. I wanted to share my fears, the real me, the intimate me, but also give an insight into my work in the fashion feature film, which took 6 months to complete, is as much a testament to what you see online as it is an act of reality. Konstantinos Menelaou & Production House Greece Marieta Santos, Henri-Nicolas, Nazia Thakur Williamson, Yulia Pashevkina, Sabina Emrit, Junior Parado, Adam Tannous, Matteo Baldi, Elias El-indari, Veneziano Broccia Massimo, Giorgia Cantarini, Salvo Nicosia, Stefan Avanzato, Amanda Bragg-Mollison, Khalid S AlQasimi, Enrico Carlo de Finis, Luis Ribeiro, Nuno Felicio, Marcel Floruss, Federico Poletti, Mahmoud, Dimitrios Tsivrikos, Diane Pernet, Antoine Decrop, Roberto de Rosa, Kadu Dantas, Nico Mauron, Filippo Cirulli, Filippo Fiora.
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The gentlemen reviews. A few Sundays ago, one of my best friends and I had a chance to catch up over breakfast at Venkmans Restaurant in Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta. We covered the usual stuff ? relationships, business, travel, our dogs, and life. As he talked I noticed the additional adornment he was swaggin'… a few rings. He was giving off low-key? Lenny Kravtiz vibes. After telling me the story behind each one he asked how he should be wearing them? wondering if a few of the rings were too feminine or not. I gave him a few tips, and he gifted me a ring with Turkish origins (thanks Julian. More than anything I appreciated his thoughtfulness in personalizing his style. It's been evolving over these past few years and I could see that jewelry was going to be apart of it. So I decided to create him a personalized Ring Style Guide. Because, hey? what are friends for! I'm going to keep the generosity flowing and share his custom guide with all you? Urban Gents out there. TUG RING STYLE GUIDE In general, less is more" is the rule of thumb for most things in life, especially if those "less" items are of high quality. Great fit, good materials, and good colors that match one's skin tone and look will always be the main ingredients to good style. For jewelry it's the same different. Adding jewelry to your ensemble is another layer and creates a definite vibe. It helps tell your style story of who you modern, hipster, luxe, earthy, or even a combination. So How Should an Urban Gentleman Wear Rings? Here's 4 simple tips: 1. Stick with thicker bands. It's generally more masculine. 2. If you find yourself in love with a thin band rings, try to find 1-2 additional rings ? (at that same time) ? that you can stack with it. Try to coordinate their color as best as possible. 3. Wearing just one ring at a time will give you a more streamlined, well-groomed look. 4. Be unique and personable with your choices in jewelry. What's your favorite color, stone, and or symbol. Just one ring will do, the pinky ring is classic. Johnny Depp sports his rings on his pinky & ring finger Lenny Kravitz wears a thin ring on his thumb; Fashionable photographer with thick band rings on all fingers Justin Bieber Wearing Three Rings on the cover of GQ Like my friend, some of you may already own a bunch of thin band rings. That's fine, here's 4 tips on how to style them… How to make a thin band, or more feminine looking ring, look more masculine: Stacking ?? if you're going to wear rings with thin bands? stack them. Meaning wear 2-3 rings on one finger. This gives the rings a more masculine look. Wider band rings look more masculine on men, so stacking gives a thin band ring the allusion of looking wider/thicker. Pinky ? another solution for thin-band rings is to wear it on your pinky. Pinky rings are unfortunately synonymous with secret societies and pimping. Though unfortunate (regarding pimping) it also makes a ring on a man's pinky finger the norm. So you can always give this a try. Thumb ?? this is probably a more masculine finger to wear a single ring on than the pinky. The pinky has lost some of its luster due to secret society conspiracy theories and rejection of patriarchy. So the thumb is a great solution for a thin-band ring. One? ? less is more. Wearing just one ring, that matches with your clothing that day, is another great alternative. Zayn Malik wearing three rings At the end of the day, you have to do what the mood calls you to do. If you're hitting up a music festival, going to a fashion event, or just feel like switching it up? multiple rings will do just fine and could be fun to experiment with. The general rule for style (and life in general) is to keep it simple? so when in doubt, just wear one ring. For most of you, your only and? most important ring will probably the ring you'll receive from your woman once married/partnered. Making it the classic and stylish of all. Urban Gentleman Taariq Tut Armani Exchange aka A,X ? the brand first came onto my radar as a young teenager in the early 2000s when I walked the marbled hallways of Phipps Plaza (a luxury mall in Atlanta) one day. With it's chandeliers, dogs in strollers, mahogany walls, and indoor exotic cars (Bentleys, Astons, and Lotus's) I figured any store in this mall had to be great in its own way. But overtime I came to view A,X as just a line of logo t-shirts…. so I didn't really care for it and stopped noticing their clothes. When Mainline Menswear presented their new Armani Exchange collection to us last month, I was pleasantly surprised. While A,X certainly still has its fair share of logoed tees, they also have some great polos, shorts, and sweaters (aka jumpers. The shorts are especially nice ?? the length is perfect and I sorta view them as luxury loungewear. Instead of the usual Nike or Champion branded shorts you might find yourself sporting for that Saturday pick up game of basketball, you could easily wear these. They're comfortable and have a luxurious enough sheen to be dressed up if needed. Just add a polo, some nice sneakers, and you'd be ready to go to brunch. Don't forget to refresh the shorts though… gotta stay fresh (the Febreeze unstoppable collection is the truth btw. Shop the Armani Exchange collection here. Easily go from a light workout at the gym to lunch with your girlfriend in these. All Navy: Knitted Crew Neck Jumper; Short Sleeved Pique Polo T Shirt; Track Shorts I first met? Andre 3000 ? a couple years ago when I was surveying shoes for an upcoming photoshoot. It was July 2015 at? Walters Shoe Store? in? Downtown Atlanta,? I had just returned from? New York's Inaugural Men's Fashion Week. ?In my calm?excitement?I found myself motioning him to come over to where my assistant and I were standing. He smiled, said what's up and asked my opinion on a couple pairs of shoes he was considering. I chillfully gave my input and continued?my shopping until he and I naturally settled in the same spot again. This time we unexpectedly?talked for nearly an hour. I told him about my recent ?adventures at New York Fashion Week and at the Trade Shows that followed, he kindly inquired about my experience. We discussed? Greg Lauren,? Kanye West, my dog, and of course? Benjamin Bixby. I expressed my sincere interest in working with him, and how I loved his debut fashion line. I knew it's short life was merely a victim of the economy, but I also knew the state of menswear was great now (I had done the research) and his line would be a surefire success, if he wanted it to be. Andre gave a me a mini on the spot interview, asking about my education and? The Urban Gent. "You went to Georgia Tech? Smart and creative. Yea, my team will definitely?love you… [if we relaunch Benjamin Bixby] we're gonna put you to work. He smiled, got my card, and well…. I haven't heard from him yet about partnering on a new Bixby collection, lol… but there's still hope right? riiight? Once I discovered Andre "3000" Benjamin was named the? new Creative Director of? Tretorn, an 1891 born Swedish shoe brand, ?I knew my dreams of being? Co-Creative Director ?of? Benjamin Bixby ?had to be put on the shelf for just a little longer. Tretorns Fall Winter campaign is finally here and features Andre in modern form. I must admit the styling is thoughtful, humming??of Motherland influences in each look ? patterns, hats, harem pants. I love the cleans lines, and nothing is out of place? socks, cuffs, and single-buttoned up jackets.? His signature jumpsuit in a? Malian mudcloth ?print sets the tone for it all. ? Lucky for Tretorn,? 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One of the longest movie trailers I've ever seen lol. 1:00 AM PST 12/19/2019 by Guy Ritchie revisits his London gangster-comedy roots with Hugh Grant, Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam and Colin Farrell among those caught up in the complicated sale of a drug empire. Guy Ritchie's new action comedy? The Gentlemen ?returns the 51-year-old writer-director to the stylized London gangster milieu where he first made his name two decades ago with? Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, only this time he brings the slickness and swagger he accumulated during his hit-and-miss Hollywood career, including this year's billion-dollar smash? Aladdin. 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. Violence still plays a key role, but mostly occurs offscreen, and the body count is surprisingly low. First conceived a decade ago,? The Gentlemen ?allows Ritchie to revisit that lurid fantasy version of Britain that has long been his comfort zone, where the English upper classes trade vice and villainy with criminal lowlife. While viewers may struggle to discern much dramatic depth or emotional maturity in this live-action Looney Tunes cartoon, it is certainly a guilty pleasure for the festive season, despite the occasional convoluted twist and off-color joke. It opens in U. K. theaters Jan. 1, with STX Films launching the pic Jan. 24 in the U. S. The beating comic heart of? The Gentlemen ?is Grant, archly cast against type as Fletcher, a sleazy private investigator who makes a living digging up dirt on the rich and shameless for his crooked tabloid paymasters. Sporting a goatee, thick-rimmed glasses and a deliciously silly cockney accent, the aging matinee idol appears to be channeling prime-time Michael Caine here, but with an edge of camp menace behind his jovial surface cool. His casting is a particularly acute audience-winking joke, since Grant has spent much of the past decade as a high-profile campaigner against gossip-chasing, phone-hacking newspapers in the U. He weighs up every wry line with relish, and Ritchie makes strong use of his deadpan comic talents. In his early career, Ritchie was sometimes dismissed as a low-rent British Tarantino. The parallels were arguable then, but they make much more sense here. In common with most Tarantino films,? The Gentlemen ?is soundtracked by a mixtape of pop classics old and new while the script is larded with verbose, discursive, highly mannered dialogue. One sequence, featuring a mobster locked in a car trunk, feels like a direct Tarantino homage. Running with the conceit that Fletcher is pitching this entire story as a movie script, the screenplay is also loaded with self-referential film jokes, including allusions to Francis Ford Coppola's? The Conversation ?and John Mackenzie's cult 1980 London gangster classic,? The Long Good Friday. The poster for Ritchie's own? The Man From U. N. C. L. E. ?even gets an audience-nudging cameo. Ritchie frames the film's time-jumping, crazy-paving plot inside an extended duologue between Fletcher and Raymond (Hunnam) the wily lieutenant to Mickey Pearson (McConaughey) a suavely ruthless American expat who discovered his true vocation as a drug dealer while studying at Oxford. Over the subsequent 20 years, Pearson built a nationwide marijuana empire by cutting lucrative private deals with impoverished British aristocrats, topping up their leaking family fortunes in return for hiding his vast cannabis plantations on their country estates. Now a moneyed, middle-aged, well-connected businessman married to cockney ice queen Rosalind (Dockery) Pearson is craving the quiet life and planning to sell off his vast drugs empire for a hefty retirement fee. But the deal is threatened by the shifty power play between would-be buyer Berger (Jeremy Strong) and his brutally ambitious Chinese rival Dry Eye (Henry Golding) not to mention a colorful Dickensian chorus of artful dodgers, boxers, rappers, junkie rock stars and murderous Russian oligarchs. With friends and enemies in high places, Pearson is also a juicy target for vengeful tabloid editor Big Dave (Eddie Marsan. Which is where Grant's sleazy private eye comes in, playing a high-stakes game of blackmail and double cross. A reliably mirthsome character comedy whenever Grant is onscreen,? The Gentleman ?runs out of fizz a little in its action-heavy latter half. Farrell's supporting role as a kind-hearted, two-fisted boxing coach veers a little too far into zany cartoon, even by the simplistic standards of Ritchie World. A farcical episode about enforced sex between a man and a pig also misses the target, not least because that plot has already featured in an episode of? Black Mirror. Peppered with F-bombs and C-bombs, the film's undercurrent of knowingly non-woke humor is also slightly grating: weak jokes about Chinese people having comically rude names and mixing up English vowels, for example, or a digression on whether it is racist to call somebody a "black c?. These nagging details feel more lazy than wilfully offensive, but they are still oddly out of place in a film set in multicultural 21st century London. All the same,? The Gentlemen ?is too cheerfully shallow to merit much serious critique. Overall, it fulfills its primary function as an effortlessly entertaining caper, with Ritchie and Grant both doing their funniest work in years. Production company: Miramax Distributor: STX Films (U. S. Entertainment (U. ) Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Hugh Grant, Charlie Hunnam, Colin Farrell, Henry Golding, Michelle Dockery, Jeremy Strong, Eddie Marsan Director-screenwriter: Guy Ritchie Producers: Guy Ritchie, Ivan Atkinson, Bill Block Cinematographer: Alan Stewart Editor: James Herbert Music: Christopher Benstead Rated R, 113 minutes.
The gentlemen reddit. Bad movies. The gentlemen showtimes. The gentlemen official trailer (2020. I had a bad feeling watching this in a near empty theatre session. I should have gone with my instinct to leave after the first five minutes but I endured the first 45 minutes waiting for some kind of storyline to develop and ended up walking out to watch the tail end of another movie.
It seems like the writers left nothing in the script for this cast of normally great actors to get their teeth into so they spent most of their time filling the void with expletives, drug use and trying trying to offend and shock rather than act. I could have seen this in the carpark or any houso estate for free. Save your money folks and give this a wide berth.

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Just rewatch 2barrels and snatch, If one thing can justify a movie, it's not the graphics or CGI,but the story been told and Mr G Richie is the man. Can't wait. I thought the last one was “the question “ but he is DC. The gentlemen hugh grant. The gentlemen cast. This is the only recent movie that was enjoyable than its trailer. The gentlemen toddlers song. The gentlemen interview. The gentlemen of wolgyesu tailor shop. The gentlemen movie review. December 19, 2019 1:07AM PT Guy Ritchie returns to British gangster terrain for the first time since 2008, but an all-star ensemble can't enliven his stale, sometimes offensive material. It took Guy Ritchie a little over a decade to make the transition from self-styled auteur to journeyman, and his output was hardly worse off for the change. At the turn of the century, he announced himself as the swaggering enfant terrible? of British genre cinema with the sharp Cockney crime pic “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, ” though the law of diminishing returns set in fast: 2008s “RocknRolla” was a tired gangster retread that still marked a step up from the Madonna folly “Swept Away” and the incomprehensible, Kabbalah-inflected “Revolver. ” A reset was called for; slick studio tentpole projects beckoned, ranging from a snazzy “Man from U. N. C. L. E. ” revival to an impersonal but profitable turn in the Disney stable with “Aladdin. ” Its a second phase that has bought enough goodwill for Ritchie to don his tweed auteur flatcap once more. Enter “ The Gentlemen, ” a knockabout all-star return to the underworld that feigns to remind us who its director really is, but feels, in most respects, like a hedging of bets. A blander stylistic exercise than whiplash-inducing early efforts like “Lock, Stock” and “Snatch, ” less ambitious but more cohesive in its structural trickery than “Revolver, ” it would feel like boilerplate Ritchie if he hadnt just spent 11 years away from the genre principally associated with his name. For Ritchie fans not burnt out on the sundry guns-and-geezers imitations spawned by his early successes, then, “ The Gentlemen ” is, in its own way, as much an exercise in cautious nostalgia as any Disney remake, right down to the prominent involvement of revived production company Miramax. The former house of Weinstein even gets an onscreen shoutout ? courtesy of the scripts silliest fillip, a movie-within-a-movie plot with little great payoff ? that does little to dispel the impression of a film made principally for the amusement of those behind it. A less forgivable blast from the past, however, is a discomfiting strain of racially-based humor running throughout Ritchies original script, making flat punchlines of multiple Asian characters. At such points, “The Gentlemen” leaves cheerfully shopworn territory behind, settling instead for actively retrograde. It begins, as Ritchie films are wont to do, with a literal bang: a flash-forward to smooth American criminal Mickey Pearson ( Matthew McConaughey, accessorised throughout with sparkly ear stud and mile-wide smirk) as he saunters into a London pub, orders a pint and a pickled egg, and promptly gets his brains blown out by an unseen shooter. Or does he? Cue the first of several rewinds and alternative narrative splinters, intended to boggle any brains not still lingering on the peculiarity of someone ordering a pickled egg in 2019. “If you wish to be the king of the jungle, its not enough to act like the king, you must be the king, ” McConaughey purrs, though his introductory voiceover is another bit of misdirection: The bulk of the film, it turns out, is narrated by Fletcher ( Hugh Grant, cast joltingly against type as a working-class rascal) a deviously impartial observer to various East End gangster wars, who has worked them into his own Ritchie-esque screenplay titled “Bush. ” A leading but elusive figure in “The Gentlemen, ” Pearson is the active protagonist of “Bush, ” titled after his roaring trade: a marijuana empire scattered between underground bunkers in various stately homes around the English countryside. A white-trash expat who climbed the British social ladder by dealing to Oxford scholars, Pearson is after his own posh country pile, targeting an early, well-heeled retirement with his wife, street-smart Essex girl Rosalind (Michelle Dockery, a good sport in a role with more outfits than character traits. The word “gentrification” gets bandied about a lot in “The Gentlemen, ” not necessarily with a negative slant: New money is as honorable as old money in Ritchies Britain, just as long as theres a lot of it. But when Pearson looks to cash out his business to fellow Yank Berger (Jeremy Strong, amping up the Kendall Roy skeeziness) his comfy plans are imperilled by a tangled series of bad trades and betrayals ? to which Fletcher fancies himself an invaluable witness, turning up at the door of Pearsons dapper right-hand man Raymond ( Charlie Hunnam) with a 20 million blackmail demand. Its an oddly circuitous way of unspooling an otherwise standard-issue dishonor-amongst-thieves plot, much of it relayed by Fletcher to Raymond on the latters backyard patio ? a distinctly undynamic setting, and one of several suggestions of a pinched budget here. Occasional digressions into Fletchers fictional screenwriting notions (“Im a storyteller: as they say in the film game, Im laying pipe, ” he leers) add little but self-satisfaction to proceedings, as do stray, strained cinematic references to the old-school value of 35mm lensing and the narrative twistiness of Coppolas “The Conversation. ” (“A bit boring, to be honest, ” Fletcher declares, though in his defense, he hasnt actually seen “The Gentlemen. ”) Its an approach that often leaves Hunnams impassive lackey figure to carry much of the action ? which he does, with slightly mournful charm ? while his more flavorful superiors recede into the background. Other stars dart in and out of the action at random, inessential intervals. Colin Farrell is amusing as a plaid-tracksuited Irish mentor to a coterie of young thugs (mostly men of color, none with any independent character agency) but is all but dispensable to whatever intrigue there is. British-Malaysian star Henry Golding has the thankless task of heading up a crew of East Asian heroin dealers ? the other characters uncertainty over his exact identity is played for a hackneyed laugh ? whose interference with Pearsons business seemingly leads the film to the conclusion that American drug lords are somehow more appealingly rogueish than Chinese ones. The actors, splendidly kitted out in autumnal suiting and knitwear by costume designer Michael Wilkinson, have what fun they can with such thin, dated material, but everyone here deserves better: Despite scattered references to grime music and Brexit, “The Gentlemen” carries precious little flavor, either in its quick, choppy craft or its familiarly expletive-laden dialogue, of British life, politics, vernacular or even filmmaking in 2019: Where “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, ” for all its obnoxious, now over-imitated tics, burst onto the U. K. indie scene with genuinely reckless, rebellious energy, this feels as much a mouthy tourist in its modern London as McConaugheys enterprising scumbag. Himself gentrified by a decade in Hollywoods big leagues, Ritchie doesnt much seem to know his own scuzzy world anymore. uk/ the-gentlemen-free-stream-release-date-watch-here-openload-dual-audio-848.html
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