United Kingdom: January 01 2020
United States: January 24 2020
Ranking: 294 out of 16,400 movies (up 287)
A British businessman who has succeeded in drug trafficking decides to sell his empire to a group of Oklahoma billionaires. Angry at his decision, his clients attempt to intervene with these agreements and the two sides enter into a fight that will force them to confront the realities of dealing against the other side. Guy Ritchie brings back to this movie starred by Matthew McConaughey ('Dallas Buyers Club', 'Interstellar') his hooligan spirit demonstrated in 'RocknRolla' (2008). McConaughey will delve in the skin of the successful drug dealer Mickey Pearson. This dark comedy, with script of Ivan Atkinson, Marn Davies and the own Ritchie, counts, besides McConaughey, with Colin Farrell ('Lobster', 'The Killing of a Sacred Deer'), Hugh Grant ('Florence Foster Jenkins', 'Bridget Jones Diary'), Henry Golding ('A Simple Favour'), Charlie Hunnam ('King Arthur: Legend of the Sword', 'Pacific Rim') and Michelle Dockery ('Downton Abbey', 'Anna Karenina'). The heart of the film is Fletcher, the character played by Hugh Grant, an untrustworthy private investigator who earns his life investigating the dirty laundry of those with a greater purchasing power for a newspaper edited by Big Dave (Eddie Marsan). Everything will start when Fletcher goes to the house of the Pearson's right hand, Ray, and will offer him a deal.