The Gentlemen

‘The Gentlemen’ is a 2020 action/thriller with a blockbuster cast starring Matthew Mcconaughey (Mud, The Lincoln Lawyer), Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy), Henry Golding (Last Christmas), Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey), Jeremy Strong (Serenity), Eddie Marsan (Vice), Colin Farrell (The Lobster), and Hugh Grant (Love Actually)

When ‘The Gentlemen was in theaters I went and saw ‘1917’ instead, but now its out on DVD, so I had to catch it. You can’t really tell in the trailers exactly what ‘The Gentlemen’ is about, you just know it’s sort of mafia related. All I know is Matthew Mcconaughey isn’t in a bad film. ‘The Gentlemen’ is very crude with F bombs and C bombs left and right throughout the movie. The way it’s written though, honestly you don’t even notice. It wouldn’t be the same without the language. It’s a two hour movie, but you’re so transfixed to the movie, it flies by. The plot is complex and twist after twist through out in the entire movie. It’s another incredible performance by Mcconaughey and the entire cast is perfect. ‘The Gentlemen’ is a 10/10.


Triple Frontier

‘Triple Frontier’ is a 2019 Netflix original. I say it every time, Netflix always kills it with their original movies, unlike most of the other movies they stream. ‘Triple Frontier’ isn’t any different. ‘Triple Frontier’ is about a group of special force operatives who are brought back together by one of their members, when he decides to take down a drug king pin and keep his 250 million hiding in his jungle fortress. Problem is, it’s easy taking the 250 million, but it’s much harder making it out of the jungle with it.

‘Triple Frontier’ has a good cast starring Ben Afflek (The Way Back), Oscar Issac (Ex Machina), Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy), Garrett Hedlund (Dirt Music), Pedro Pascal (The Mandalorian), and Adria Arjona (6 Underground).

I love seeing Ben Afflek getting back into more roles. He’s a great actor, and his movies are normally always good. ‘Triple Frontier’ is a non stop adrenaline rush from start to finish. When you don’t think anything else can go wrong, it does. ‘Triple Frontier’ is a must watch, I give it a 8/10.