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The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare is a film that mines the lesser-known exploits of Britain’s most roguish soldiers. This action-comedy stirs together actual events with a riotous twist, presenting a captivating mix of historical depth and boisterous humor. Based on the nonfiction bestseller by Damien Lewis, it’s about the first-ever special forces unit formed during […]

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Wrath of Man

Guy Ritchie’s new film “Wrath of Man” opens a lot like Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight” which was inspired by Michael Mann’s “Heat”. If you have followed Ritchie’s work through the action genre and you see Jason Statham attached you expect something like “The Gentleman” (2019) or “RocknRolla” (2008). “Wrath of Man” is more morose,

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The Gentlemen

Filmmaker Guy Ritchie cleanses his palate after serving up flying carpets and magic lamps returning to familiarity in “The Gentlemen.” The colorful wordsmith pours generous helpings of ironic expletives, some even stirred with racial slurs that are defended on screen. Ritchie is quite good at creating splashy characters that feel like video game personalities with

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Director Guy Ritchie is a peculiar choice to helm Disney’s live-action remake of the 1992 animated film “Aladdin.” Will Smith is an even more curious choice for the role of Genie, made iconic by the late Robin Williams. After dodging some initial controversy over Smith appearing in “blue-face,” Ritchie’s version, which runs about 40 minutes longer

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