A British drug lord tries to sell off his highly profitable empire to a dynasty of Oklahoma billionaires.

It’s good to see writer/director Guy Ritchie go back to his roots with “The Gentlemen,” a film that has a confident swagger about it, a “Take-it-or-Leave-it” attitude that pays off for the director as this is his most assured work yet.  As is expected, his roster of colorful British gangsters, as well as an American ex-pat, exude effortless cool as well as fashionable wardrobes, as they go about trying to screw each other over and come out on top once all the requisite bloodshed is dispensed with.  Yes, Ritchie’s been down this narrative road before but his approach in realizing it on screen is far less manic and self-conscious, making for a far mature, grounded work than his previous efforts.

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