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Director: Guy Ritchie

Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Dennis Farina, Vinnie Jones


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Guy Ritchie's sophomore follow-up to his 1998 sleeper hit Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch revisits the previous film's territory of London's crime-ridden underbelly, and does so with the same brand of humor and stylish direction that made Ritchie's first effort a surprise success. With a labyrinthine plot that is ostensibly oriented around a


Guy Ritchie's sophomore follow-up to his 1998 sleeper hit Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch revisits the previous film's territory of London's crime-ridden underbelly, and does so with the same brand of humor and stylish direction that made Ritchie's first effort a surprise success. With a labyrinthine plot that is ostensibly oriented around a missing diamond, Snatch introduces viewers to three groups of characters intent on retrieving the elusive stone, which has been stolen from an Antwerp jeweler. In the first group are friends and business partners Turkish (Jason Statham, who also supplies the film's voice-over narration) and Tommy (Stephen Graham), who join up with Mickey (Brad Pitt), an Irish gypsy and boxer. Turkish and Tommy make arrangements with Mickey to take a fall in a match engineered by lunatic gang leader Brick Top (Alan Ford). In another corner resides equally loony Russian gangster Boris the Blade (Rade Sherbedgia), who has asked Jewish gangster Franky Four Fingers (Benicio Del Toro) to place a bet on the match for him. Boris is also scheming to have Sol (Lennie James), the owner of a pawn shop, rob the place with a couple of dim associates. Meanwhile, Avi (Dennis Farina), freshly arrived in London from New York, hires Bullet Tooth Tony (Vinnie Jones) to find Franky when he goes missing; it seems that it was none other than Franky who was supposed to be transporting the purloined diamond to New York. ~ Rebecca Flint Marx

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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
An anarchic black comedy teeming with eccentric characters, Snatch sports a plot that's almost perversely convoluted and a pace guaranteed to make your head spin. Set in a Runyanesque London underworld, the film hurls characters and events at viewers in dizzying succession; for what it's worth, Snatch is primarily about stolen diamonds, rigged prizefights, and man-eating pigs -- but not necessarily in that order. The ensemble cast includes, among others, Benecio Del Toro as an inept jewel thief, Brad Pitt as a wandering Irish boxer, Dennis Farina as an American gangster, and Rade Sherbedgia as a Russian hit man. Two shady promoters hire Pitt to throw a fight, while Farina comes to London in search of the diamond Del Toro stole, which is also coveted by Sherbedgia, who's been hired to...well, it's impossible to synopsize this movie. But suffice to say that director Guy Ritchie has crafted it along the same surrealistic lines as his earlier success, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. He doesn't simply present scenes, he flings them at you with speed, energy, and visual pyrotechnics, virtually daring viewers to keep up with him. The bizarre inhabitants of Snatch's world bear considerable resemblance to characters from the old Dick Tracy comic strip, and their misadventures make for dazzling entertainment. The DVD edition includes a commentary by Ritchie, deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, outtakes, storyboard-to-screen comparisons, photo gallery, cast-crew interviews, and production notes.
All Movie Guide - Derek Hill
Riffing off a multitude of caper films that had come before it, Guy Ritchie's second film, Snatch, manages to stay afloat and tread new territory of its own. As in Ritchie's first outing as a director, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), Snatch's strong points are its excellent ensemble cast; the cool, sharp, and very funny working-class London vernacular of its script; and the film's hyperkinetic, in-your-face style. What could easily have been its downfall -- MTV- and advertising-styled video techniques -- becomes in many ways the film's strongest element. Though occasionally a bit too slick for its own good, the film's imagery does help enhance and raise itself above its otherwise moribund genre. The performances are all great, especially Brad Pitt's role as an unintelligible Irish traveler. He almost single handedly steals the show. The film also contains arguably one of the best fight scenes since Scorsese's classic Raging Bull (1980).
Rolling Stone
Ritchie has a gift for lively dialogue and action. Yes, there's a Tarantino thrust to Ritchie's pulp fiction and a surreal Trainspotting spin to his camerawork, and his experience making music videos for German dance bands shows in the fast cuts and jagged pacing. But Ritchie's got something all his own: a go-for-broke energy that cuts through the cliches of the crime genre. Peter Travers
Washington Post
If stories don't happen fast, funny and powerful enough for you in the movies, push your way into the queue. This flick's for you. Desson Howe

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Sony Pictures
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[Wide Screen]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Special Features

Director & producer commentary; Deleted scenes with optional commentary; "Making Snatch" featurette; Storyboard comparisons; Video photo gallery and more

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Benicio Del Toro Franky Four Fingers
Dennis Farina Avi
Vinnie Jones Bullet Tooth Tony
Brad Pitt Mickey O'Neil
Jason Flemyng Darren
Mike Reid Doug the Head
Jason Statham Turkish
Alan Ford Brick Top
Rade Serbedzija Boris 'The Blade' Yurinov
Robbie Gee Vinny
Lennie James Sol
Ewen Bremner Mullet
Stephen Graham Tommy
Adam Fogerty Gorgeous George

Technical Credits
Guy Ritchie Director,Screenwriter
Michael Dreyer Co-producer
Jon Harris Editor
Verity Hawkes Costumes/Costume Designer
Simon Hayes Sound/Sound Designer
Leslie Healey Editor
Hugo Luczyc-Wyhowski Production Designer
Stephen Marks Executive Producer
Tim Maurice-Jones Cinematographer
Peter Morton Executive Producer
John Murphy Score Composer
Angad Paul Executive Producer
David Reid Asst. Director
Trudie Styler Executive Producer
Lucinda Syson Casting
Steve Tisch Executive Producer
Matthew Vaughn Producer


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Snatch 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 46 reviews.
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Beasto More than 1 year ago
action packed and extremely funny is the only way to describe snatch, it's an all around awesome and hysterical crime action comedy, snatch has lots of action and lots of very big laughs
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Every once in awhile, a film emerges that is a visual and cerebral masterpiece. Snatch, Guy Ritchie's follow-up to Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, steals all the stars. The constant fast-paced plot, full of constant twists and turns will keep you in wonder until the very end. The dim-witted, low-life characters and their separate agendas, that grace this film, offer up a hilarity yet to be matched. Ritchie keeps you on the edge of your seat, and at most times baffled by the constant change in characters and motives, capping it all off with an ending that masterfully brings everything together. Not your typical gangster/heist movie, Snatch treads a new path in filmmaking and plot development. Ritchie challenges the audience to keep up with the ever changing action. The sensational camera work helps in adding to the fast-paced feeling the movie brings. The audience will walk away in wonder and amazement, contemplating every action from beginning to end. A hilarious and side splitting cast of characters provides constant entertainment. Brad Pitt provides a wonderful performance accompanied by Benicio del Torro, Dennis Farina, and Vinnie Jones. A must see film that will likely go down as one of the best ever.
Dunn1inc More than 1 year ago
Great work by Guy & the cast & crew. this movie is awesome from start to finish!
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is one of the best movies i've seen. now go get off your jam rolls and get yourself an aristotle of river ouse and watch Snatch!
Thetrick More than 1 year ago
If you like Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, this movie is for you, the plot is very similar, but the characters all play their roles amazingly, some reprising very similar roles to before. Jason Statham takes the lead as the main character, with a hilarious cast including Vinnie Jones, Brad Pitt, and Benicio Del Toro backing him up. The kind of movie you can watch over and over again when you get in the mood.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie is a kick after the first half-hour. If you haven't seen the movie make sure you pay attention to the dog even when he's not on screen. Listen for the sqeaking whenever the dog is around. The getaway driver is also a kick.
BymagaJones More than 1 year ago
This is quintessential Guy Ritchie goodness, filled with heavy accents, tough guys with surprisingly gooey centers, tough guys with no gooey centers, and characters that will remain in your mind. Brad Pitt does an excellent, if unintelligible, job.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This British film is absolutly hilarious. It might not be funny at first, but when you think about how obscure and ridiculus the situation is, you'll be laughing hysterically. The complex plot may require a second viewing to fully understand, but once you figure it out you'll be able to explain it to your friends pretty well. Uniquely directed by Guy Ritchie, this movie is great entertainment for anyone who really wants a good laugh.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The combination of British humor and American directing made this movie an instant classic.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Entertaining, lively, and conspicuous every little dialogue. With a pinch of Tarantino and punch of Scorsese, this film attributes to every aspect of a movie. Yes, there are some American stars, but that's not the point if you want American watch Behind Enemy Lines. If you want a new feel or new thirst for real visual cinematograghy, then don't leave this film unviewed. The speed of time, plot twists, and suspense obtained in this film, parallel only Guy Ritchie himself. There's this vibe that is very visible in this film, and for me it was not only a movie, but a journey. Where to? you decide.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Snatch is the ultimate dark comedy that forces the viewer to laugh at situations that would be utterly detestible under normal circumstances. Alas, in the English underworld there are no normal circumstances, and the viewer is thrown full force into a hilarous web of lies, underhandedness, and utter stupidity that will most definitely cause incessant laughter from the opening credits to the final fight scene. Also, if you liked Brad Pitt as the psychotic Tyler Durden in Fight Club, you will definitely enjoy him as the deceptively intelligent bare-knuckle boxer in this film. Snatch is a must see for 2001!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you like casual swearing and situational humour this is for you. The accents alone will give you a good laugh. The soundtrack's pretty good too.
Jay_Godzilla_fan More than 1 year ago
the movie is ok. dont go out of your way to watch it. but if you want go for it you wont be like..."oh no i wasted my time!" but you wont go "WOW! THAT WAS AWESOME! im going to show all my friends and watch it with them again cuz its just cool!"
Guest More than 1 year ago
Guy Ritchie is not joking around here. This film is utter brillance. Brad teaches us about fist fights, Caravans with matching flower cushions, and great pronunciation. All good things. Honestly, no one comes close to being as cool as me or Brad Pitt. Z Germans are coming!
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