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4 out of 10 Recommend...
Aishling from Longford, 08 Jul 2009
I would highly recommend to Guy Ritchie fans!!! I really enjoyed this myself and felt Ritchie has come back to himself with his movie. Not as good as Lock Stock or Snatch but well worth the watch. Toby Kebbell completely stole the show for me. Great character and excellent acting!!! I would love to see him in another Ritchie movie he wasn't in this one enough for me. Mark Strong also is excellent in this.
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4 out of 10 Lock Stock and Snatch
Conor from Louth, 02 Mar 2009
You should know by now what to expect from Guy Ritchie, fast witty dialogue, gangsters with great names and funny backgrounds, all tied up with a narration which eventually leads back to some kind of twist or double back. Very predictable - and yet i still thought it was great. The lad just has a fantastic knack of making highly watchable and comedic gangster movies.
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2 out of 10 Rocknrolla
Trish from Limerick, 12 Oct 2009
A waste of 1 hour and 44 minutes!. Really really really bad script, you don't know what they are saying half the time, a few surprises thrown in for the hell of it and no continuity in the film. I was bored out of my tree. Seriously a remake of "Man about Dog" - eastenders style
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0.5 out of 10 Speak up!!
Anne Marie from Wicklow, 08 Feb 2009
Who knows what it is about? Everyone mumbles apart from the occasional bark of a sub-Eastenders style "Leave it aht!". Tom Wilkinson is in a different film to everyone else and Thandie Newton is, as ever, smug and pointless. The scene with the dancing was very embarrassing!
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4.5 out of 10 ROLLA
JOE from Dublin, 14 Feb 2009
Much better than had expected,as most reviews in the media weren`t kind to this on release,but its full of the usual pretentious rubbish that comes with Guy Richies films tough,but aren`t they all
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What's it about....
Director Guy Ritchie presents Rocknrolla - a dramatic crime thriller starring Gerard Butler, Thandie Newton and Tom Wilkinson! When a Russian mobster orchestrates a crooked land deal, millions of dollars are up for grabs, and all of London's criminal underworld wants in on the action. Everyone from a dangerous crime lord to a sexy accountant, a corrupt politician and down-on-their-luck petty thieves conspire, collude and collide with one another in an effort to get rich...

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