Starring: Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Henry Golding, Michelle Dockery, Colin Farrell, Hugh Grant, Jeremy Strong, Eddie Marsan, Jason Wong, Brittany Ashworth, Eliot Sumner, Lyne Renée, Chris Evangelou


Crime comedy directed and co-written by Guy Ritchie. The story follows American expat Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey), who’s built a highly profitable marijuana empire in London. However, when word gets out that he’s looking to cash out of the business forever, it triggers plots, schemes, bribery and blackmail in an attempt to steal his domain out from under him.



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Fletcher: I want you to play a game with me, Ray.
Raymond: I don’t want to play a game.
Fletcher: Oh, please.
Raymond: No.
Fletcher: I said, play a game with me, Raymond.
Raymond: Right.
Fletcher: Lovely!


Fletcher: I want you to imagine a character, your boss, Mickey Pearson.
Raymond: You’re too smart to be blackmailing us, Fletcher.
[Fletcher chuckles]


Fletcher: [to Raymond] The plot begins to thicken. Now, I can’t be specific about the heroes and zeros, but our protagonist is a hungry animal. There is a lot of money hanging in the balance. Our antagonist explodes on the scene, like a millennial firework. And he’s indirectly started a war.


Mickey Pearson: Sweet Mary-Jayne is my life. Your poison on the other hand, is and always will be a destroyer of worlds.
Dry Eye: You’re out of touch, and I would like you to consider an offer.
Mickey Pearson: I am not for sale.


Mickey Pearson: There once was young and foolish dragon, who came to ask a wise and cunning lion about acquiring his territory. The lion, he wasn’t interested. So he told the little dragon to f**k off. The dragon, he persisted.
Fletcher: Oh, goodie. He started a war.
Mickey Pearson: The lion took the little dragon for a walk, and put five bullets in his little dragon head.
Fletcher: He’s warming up now, isn’t he?
Mickey Pearson: There’s a message in there. Maybe you can explain it to me.


Dry Eye: The young succeed the old!


Raymond: I think you need to see this, boss.
[sees footage of thugs fighting]
Mickey Pearson: That’s in one of my vault rooms.


Mickey Pearson: How did they find it?
Raymond: I’m making inquiries.


[to Ray; referring to the man tied up in the boot of his car]
Coach: His name is Phahock, but spelt with a PA, so it sounds like fahock.
Phuc: Please!
Coach: Alright, Phahock, calm the fahock down.
Phuc: Please.


Rosalind: [to Mickey] If you smell smoke, it’s because there’s a fire. So you’re going to have to stamp that out quickly.


Raymond: [to Mickey] One of your associates had an accident.
Rosalind: So you killed someone?
Raymond: No, it was the gravity that killed him.


Fletcher: These people are going to clean house, and you are part of that house.


Mickey Pearson: In the jungle, the only way a lion survives, not by acting like a king, by being a king.


Mickey Pearson: There’s only one rule in this jungle! When the lion is hungry, he eats.


Fletcher: Oh, it’s really warming up now, isn’t it?


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