This week, a couple of gents got together to discuss The Gentlemen, the newest film from writer/director Guy Ritchie. With Jon Negroni still shivering in the cold at the Sundance Film Festival, Will Ashton and special guest Sam Noland go across the pond to see what is being considered a return-to-form for the British filmmaker by some and a regressive piece of work by others. Where do these two lads land? Listen to this week’s episode to find out, in addition to hearing our thoughts on Richard Stanley’s H.P. Lovecraft adaptation, Color Out of Space, starring Nicolas Cage, Tyler Perry’s Netflix Original, A Fall From Grace, Clemency starring Alfre Woodard, and a lot more.
Theme Music: “A Proper Handsome C**t” composed by Chris Benstead on the original motion picture soundtrack for The Gentlemen
- 00:00:00 – Intro
- 00:03:10 – Varda by Agnès
- 00:05:15 – Pain & Glory
- 00:07:40 – Goldman v. Silverman
- 00:11:30 – What Did Jack Do?
- 00:13:35 – The Gentlemen
- 00:29:50 – Color Out of Space
- 00:44:05 – Clemency
- 00:49:00 – A Fall From Grace
- 00:57:00 – VHYes
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I love the way Sam reviews movies. Even the short films! Very eloquent dude.
Thank you! Glad to hear that my style is appreciated 🙂 🙂 🙂
I agree the movie has some rough elements, but I found it so delightfully humorous and stylish, especially for a January movie! I wholeheartedly enjoyed it: B+
Glad to hear it! It’s certainly one of the best movies of the decade so far…
Hugh Grant is underrated in this movie.
I’d love to hear you guys do a whole episode about Nic Cage movies.