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Snatch review
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I really like this film. It's so entertaining and enjoyable. Well written by Guy Ritchie and well acted by a good cast.

Like its predecessor, this film has a plot that can't really be told without divulging spoilers, so I'll try to keep this as general as possible. The film follows a host of different characters in different storylines that become juxtaposed throughout the running time.

'Snatch' is a film that becomes better the more times you watch it. The film is so well made and stylish that I found myself enjoying every minute of it. The story isn't as convoluted as 'Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels', which is a relief because the convoluted nature of that film was what destroyed it for me. There are characters that have interesting names, like Bullet Tooth Tony (Jones) and Franky Four Fingers (Del Toro) that add certain realism to the mafia aspect. The star of the show here for me, though, was Brad Pitt in his best performance to date. This isn't his regular character, but instead a talented Irish gypsy boxing fighter. It's very difficult to see that it is actually Brad Pitt behind the thick accent. All round the performances are superb, including Jason Statham who creates a very believable character as well.

There's also a lot of excellent humour mixed in there as well. The film is stylish, entertaining, hilarious, contains brilliant direction and is a lot of more fun. Recommended.

8/10
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Added by Atticus-Finch-87
8 years ago on 4 January 2009 09:08



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