Alec Toombs’s review published on Letterboxd:
Matthew Mcconaughey is the central figure of The Gentlemen and the most prominent fixture in the picture's advertising. That said, while great in the film he's not in it a ton and probably gives the fourth best performance. I was more impressed by Charlie Hunnam, Hugh Grant and Colin Farrell - all of whom shine brightly here. The soundtrack is chock full of bangers - I especially enjoyed a sequence set to El Michels Affair's cover of Ol' Dirty Bastard's "Shimmy Shimmy Ya." This is a return to Guy Ritchie's roots and can stand toe-to-toe with Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch. It's arguable that the picture is unnecessarily complicated, too clever by half and unrelentingly un-PC. That was true of Ritchie's calling cards and it's true here, but who really gives a Phuc when the flick's this fucking fun. You either dig this stuff or you don't. I mostly just wanted a tartan tracksuit and a pint of Gritchie afterwards. Long live and God bless the Toddlers!