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Worthy low budget gangster movie
This movie was a mixed bag for me. Most low budget gangster movies follow rules. All Black and Latin actors, inner city story, bad lines, bad acting, and fake looking gangsters.
Consignment broke most of those rules. Cast had a lot different faces in it that surprised the hell out of me. Black, Latin, Native American, Asian, and White. That was really cool. Never thought I would see a fellow Native American in a gangster movie as a outlaw biker. LOL Story took it out of standard inner city moving it out to the suburbs where mid-level dealers are shaking and baking. Ask anyone in Dallas. Suburbs got it moving.
There were really cool lines that might go over peoples heads that don't know what they mean. Watched Consignment w/ my lady and she said what are they talking about? Writer has knowledge.
Bad acting is bad acting on 200 million dollar movie or low budget movie. Consignment has three actors that brought it down. They were bad bad. I sighed when they came on my TV.
Consignment strong points. Story moves fast. Action. Beautiful women. Mixed cast. Picture/sound are tight. Nice soundtrack. Great Ending!
Consignment weak points. Three bad actors. Two parts that were directed bad looked chopped together.
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Guy Ritchie at his best
Guy Ritchie's career has run red hot and ice cold over the yrs. Guy's unique European gangster movies know how to have fun. Really cool violence w/ really cool lines.
Guy Ritchie busted out w/ cult gangster faves Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch. Then Madonna drained his awesome storytelling w/ Swept Away. Then came weak Revolver. Madonna wrecked one of my fave directors.
I put off seeing RocknRolla and I regret it. Guy Ritchie is back! Every BLEEPING thing I love about his movies came back in a wave. Unforgettable characters, bad a** story, cool lines, and plenty of action to boot. He did get help from two BLEEPING great actors. Mark Strong "Archy" and Toby Kebbell "Johnny Quid"
If you gave up on Guy Ritchie come back. RocknRolla will win you over.