80

Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
Ritchie's got something all his own: a go-for-broke energy that cuts through the cliches of the crime genre.
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75

Chicago Tribune

By Mark Caro
The abundance of visual and verbal wit here ensures that the pleasure of watching Snatch need not be guilty.
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75

USA Today

By Susan Wloszczyna
All about macho my-weapon-is-bigger-than-your-weapon posturing and far-fetched coincidences that slam together in an entertaining rush.
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68

Mr. Showbiz

By Kevin Maynard
Though far from a sophomore slump, Snatch, like "Smoking Barrels," is such a grab bag of other influences that it's tough to figure out what, if anything, about Ritchie's style is uniquely his own.
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63

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Carrie Rickey
Since the main reason I go to movies is to engage with characters, I prefer "The Pledge," the film opening today by Madonna's first husband, Sean Penn, rather than this stylish fluff by her second spouse.
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63

New York Daily News

By Jami Bernard
The movie was snatched, all right, and Ritchie is the culprit.
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60

Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
Mr. Ritchie is back with more of the same in his second feature, a comedy called "Snatch" that's a sort of lethal pinball machine in which even more picturesque characters bounce from pillage to post.
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50

San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
There's talent here, but for directing, not writing. If Ritchie wants to last, he's going to have to allow somebody else to write his screenplays.
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50

Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
Guy Ritchie's second feature, is a faux tough caper modeled lock, stock, kit, and caboodle on his earlier film ''Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.''
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38

Boston Globe

By Jay Carr
One could argue that ''Lock, Stock'' and Snatch are essentially the same movie - crime comedies marked by an outlandish visual style. Which raises the question of whether Ritchie has the range to do anything else.
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55 out of 100
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