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Directed By
Guy Ritchie

Written By:
Guy Ritchie

Benicio Del Toro, Dennis Farina, Brad Pitt, Vinnie Jones, Rade Serbedzija, Jason Statham, Lennie James, Ewen Bremner, Robbie Gee, Jason Flemyng, Stephen Graham, Alan Ford, Mike Reid, Sorcha Cusack

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Snatch (2001)
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Movie Review by Lisa
February 15th, 2007

D'yeh like dags......

So our boy Guy Ritchie obviously fancies himself as a c*ckney wide boy, however he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth so the best he could do was live vicariously through his movies. Fair due's to Guy he made 2 great movies with "Lock, Stock, & 2 Smoking Barrels" and this one "Snatch" (I won't mention Swept Away).

Guy once again delves into the seedy realm of the London Under-world, but this time he's brought a few big names with him. Turkish (Statham) is a promoter for an illegal boxing ring which mainly deals with match fixing, when one of his fighters get the ever lovin' sh*t knocked outta him by a Pikey (gypsy played by Pitt) Turkish tries to talk him into fighting for him or should I say loosing a fight for him. The other story in this tale is one of a diamond heist that goes awry involving Frankie Four Fingers (Del Toro). The two stories are intertwined to cause perfect chaos, and a very entertaining movie.

I liked Lock Stock but I loved Snatch, Brad Pit as Mickey O'Neil with his almost un-comprehendible dialect was awesome, and Jason Statham did a great job as Turkish. I had great fun with this movie when I first saw it and loved to slip some of its one liners into conversations just for sh*ts and giggles.

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Feb 15, 2007 1:33 PM
also wrote a review of Snatch
WTF they * out the 'o' on c*ckney.......Just so you guys know a c*ckney is the name given to someone from Londons Eastend, and has nothing to do with the male genitalia.
Feb 15, 2007 2:02 PM
Yeah I thought that was weird. LOL. A friend of mine and I have c*ckney days at work where we walk around saying everything in really overexaggerated c*ckney accents.
Great movie, by the way!

Feb 15, 2007 2:33 PM
It's automatically set to catch certain combinations of letters. Nothing against the Brits.

I love how you can pretty much not understand a word that is coming out of Brad Pitt's mouth. If I could keep it that way forever, I would.

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