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Episode #158: The Gentlemen

February 5, 2020

Welcome everyone to our little pod about movies!  In today’s episode your two hosts discuss Guy Ritchie’s latest british gangster film The Gentlemen.  Extracurricular topics include MCU burnout, when you need to be in your seat, and the 2nd Annual Poindexter Awards.

The Gentlemen was a real shock to Mike and Matt.  Neither of them were super anxious to see this film.  It did not look like a bad movie from the trailers but Ritchie has had a few missteps recently.  This picture was a really nice return to form for the writer and director of such great films as Snatch and Sherlock Holmes.  The cast is amazing, the sets are great, and the story is full of fun twists and turns like a lot of Guy Ritchie’s older fantastic films.  The acting was incredible especially from Hugh Grant and Colin Farrell.  Is this a must watch film in the theaters, no it is not but it is worth a watch.  Matt and Mike both agree, wait until this one is streaming or at RedBox to catch it.  Mike really enjoyed The Gentlemen awarding it 3 out of 5 Reels.  Matt also liked the film a ton but as we all know he is way too lenient with his ratings.  He gives Guy Ritchie’s latest film 4 out of 5 Reels.

Next week we promise we will finally review Birds of Prey.  Matt is still new to this Internet thing.  Hopefully he figures out how to work it soon so there are no more screw ups.  Thanks for hanging out with us while we chat your ears off about movies. Talk to you next week.

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