I don’t know what it is about the gentlemen but i can’t help but think how brilliant it is.
Disappointed with this one: the ambitions of Douglas Adams writing here just didn’t fit well enough into the shows budget and unfortunately it detracts from the overall experience. There are some fun moments and part 4 of the story brings a really good pace to it but it can’t help but feel restricted by some very outdated effects.
Rewatched and it is still a brilliant movie.
The Gentlemen is one of those movies which I have a complete amount of affection for and can’t get bored off thanks to its unique writing chops - the best example of this is my love for The Nice Guys which indulges in similar amounts of original comedy yet remains infinitely rewatchable.
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