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RocknRolla 2008

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Starring Thandie Newton and Gerard Butler, director Guy Ritchie's crime thriller follows a variety of crooks from London's underworld who set out to nab millions of dollars left for the taking when a Russian mobster's real estate scam falls apart. The first part of a planned trilogy, RocknRolla co-stars Jeremy Piven, Ludacris, Tom Wilkinson, Gemma Arterton, Jamie Campbell Bower, Mark Strong and Idris Elba.

Release Date:October 8th, 2008
MPAA Rating:R
Running Time:114 minutes
Directed By:
Guy RitchieGuy Ritchie
Written By:
Guy RitchieGuy Ritchie
Gerard ButlerGerard Butler
Jeremy PivenJeremy Piven
Thandie NewtonThandie Newton
Tom WilkinsonTom Wilkinson
Idris ElbaIdris Elba
Mark StrongMark Strong
Jamie Campbell BowerJamie Campbell Bower
Tom HardyTom Hardy
No image existsJimi Mistry
Karel RodenKarel Roden
No image existsNonso Anozie
No image existsToby Kebbell
Robert StoneRobert Stone
Geoff BellGeoff Bell
No image existsMatt King
No image existsDavid Leon
No image existsMichael Ryan
No image existsDavid Bark-Jones
No image existsThomas Rooke
No image existsJames Puddephatt
No image existsMorne Botes
Gemma ArtertonGemma Arterton
No image existsLaurence Richardson
No image existsBronson Webb
Tiffany MulheronTiffany Mulheron
No image existsRoland Manookian
No image existsAnton Saunders
No image existsCharlotte Armer
No image existsDragan Micanovic

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RocknRolla Movie Review by Movie Addict (2/1/2009)

Sure it's familiar, but that doesn't mean it isn't great. Guy Richie has a formula for entertaining gangster flicks, and this one is full of fun.

You really need a scorecard to keep track of who's screwing whom, but it is fun watching all the crooks just do it to each other. You are left wondering who will be on top at...

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RocknRolla Movie Review by Lisa (1/11/2009)

What can I say, it's a Guy Ritchie film and unfortunately Mr. Ritchie is only capable of making movies about c*ckney wideboy gangsters. Now I got nothing against his films I actually loved Lock Stock and Snatch, but it's getting a lil old now.

The redeeming features of the flick are of course the delightful Gerard Butler,...

(complete RocknRolla review by Lisa)

RocknRolla Movie Review by Lindsey (11/3/2008)

When the movie started, I thought I would be confused by it the whole way through. It starts with an introduction that lost me about halfway through. But it kept my attention! I kept watching, and it eventually made more sense, and was throughly entertaining. It is a great ensemble cast. I was hoping to see a little...

(complete RocknRolla review by Lindsey)

RocknRolla Movie Review by SHAYNE (11/2/2008)

I'm a Guy Ritchie fan and this is a typical Guy Ritchie movie. With that being stated, you know what to expect from the start. London is the setting for Rocknrolla and of course there is the comical, synical, suit wearing mobster types that we have come to expect with a Ritchie flick. The only reason I didn't give this...

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RocknRolla Movie Review by Jarrod (11/1/2008)

'RockNRolla' proves the point that Guy Ritchie can make only one type of movie successfully; crime flicks with lots of stylish action and confusing narratives, often so overblown and self-indulgent that they border on ridiculousness, but Ritchie's explosive debut, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels was a marvelous...

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