RocknRolla Synopsis
London's crime lords scramble to cash in on a Russian gangster's crooked land deal.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Ritchie concocts a crime-jungle demimonde that's organically linked to the real world, and it's a damn fun one to visit.
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Kirk Honeycutt
It's all here: the ingenious, obscenity-laced language, the double crosses that turn into triple crosses, the swaggering characters so in...
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Miami Herald

By Rene Rodriguez
Although the characters are all cartoons, Ritchie still invests them with enough personality to make them stand out as real people, which...
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
The bottom line is, all these people chase the same money around with the success of doggie tail-biting, and it's a lot of fun, and it's...
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
It's fun to see Tom Wilkinson, for instance, with a massive bald spot virtually eating scenery with a knife and fork.
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Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
RocknRolla is a kickass crime drama that just doesn't know to quit while it's ahead.
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USA Today

By Claudia Puig
A well-acted and attitudinal action movie, a return to Ritchie's trademark "Mockney" style, which takes amusing and twisted turns.
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
On the plus side, the actors - especially Butler and Wilkinson - work overtime to pump some extra life into the self-conscious script.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
If only RocknRolla's characters were at all believable - even in the context of its own cartoon universe.
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
RocknRolla attempts to depict a world of ever-expanding chaos. But the chaos is only in the way the story is told. The actual vision...
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By jimchudnow
[ Based on an advance preview:] This latest Guy Ritchie film is a STYLISH caper exploration of various levels of crime in England— from the low-level punks and druggies to the high-level white-collar...

Pulp Fiction but not as good

By 11RevereCt
This film is of a certain type of genre. There's a decent amount of blood, a decent amount of twists and turns, and a decent amount of seemingly out of place subplots. There seems to be something...

I AM RocknRolla!!!

By knoc43
I F-ing loved this movie. Ever since I saw the first preview for it, I have been craving to see it and today i finally did; I am not a Guy Ritchie "fan." From the start RocknRolla keeps you...

Guy Ritchie rocks my socks!!!!!

By stacy718 a director. If you like Ritchies other movies (Snatch, Lock Stock etc.) then you'll love RockNRolla. Of course it helps to have my obsession (Gerard Butler) in the starring roll. I say...

Very very cool flick

By tracy21
This was a really well done film, it's Ocean's 11 meets fight club. Guy Ritchie lives up to the hype....


By bflofan
What an incredible movie! We laughed, we felt the Wild Bunch's pain and felt quite satisfied by the end of this Guy Ritchie film! The soundtrack was great and Gerard Butler plus the rest of cast were...


By kruti0107
I'm a huge Guy Ritchie fan! Suffice to say that RocknRolla was a top notch Guy Ritchie style kick ***film!! A must see for any Guy Ritchie fan or anyone looking for an alternative style of movie...

RockNRolla Hits !!!

By hoodin
I cannot wait for it to come to my local theater. I have seen it earlier, and was pleasantly surprised by the fast pace, wit, and really well written scenes. The cast could not have been better...

Don't cry for me Madonna

By zandrew
If a relationship breakdown is what it takes to get Guy Ritchie back into his groove and away from projects like Swept Away, then so be it. Action + Dry Humor + Great Soundtrack + Good Editing =...

Great Plot and characters

By td411741
My buddy and I really enjoyed this movie! We are two guys that like an action movie to have an interesting plot and characters. This movie had both and lots of laughs! It was very entertaining and...

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Rated R | For pervasive language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Stylish, edgy British crime caper for grown-ups.
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