The Gentlemen: Guy Ritchie returns to his basics on Canal +

CRITICAL – The British filmmaker is coming back to what he does best: directing mobsters. With Matthew McConaughey, Hugh Grant, Colin Farrell and a cheerful bad taste. Best served at 9 p.m.

Oxford leads everything, especially when you deal with drugs. Student Mickey Parson has become London’s lord of dope, king of weed, lord of marijuana. Thanks to a simple idea: to rent to the ruined aristocrats of the United Kingdom their properties, ideal blankets to hide underground his cannabis plantations. Parson has made a fortune and wants to hang up. His empire is for sale ($ 400 million) or for taking. The English capital is a jungle. The big guys and thugs in the city rub their hands. From the trilogy of Godfather to the series Pinky blinders, gangsters have always been perfect capitalists. Guy Ritchie’s “gentlemen” are just as greedy for profit and therefore have no gentlemen in name.

After two Hollywood scabs (King Arthur: The Legend of Excalibur, Aladdin), the British director returns to his first love. We feel here a jubilation to concoct the cocktail which made its reputation: black humor and white bullets

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