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Snatch (Special Edition) (Bilingual)

Jason Statham , Brad Pitt , Guy Ritchie    DVD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (259 customer reviews)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Chaotic, kinetic and outrageous fun March 15 2002
Snatch is a fast-paced gangster thriller from England. Like many such British films, it is equal parts drama and black comedy. Our friends in the UK may take crime seriously, but they can't bring themselves to do the same with criminals. Perhaps there is a lesson for us there. I thoroughly enjoyed Snatch, but I must warn you that the accents can sometimes be hard to understand. The one used by Brad Pitt is intentionally indecipherable. Fortunately, I watched the DVD version, which has an option that puts subtitles on the screen whenever Mt. Pitt speaks. The video edition does not have this feature, but that doesn't matter too much. His dazzling performance is entirely physical in nature, so what does it matter what he has to say? The other characters don't understand him either.
The movie was directed by Michael Ritchie, who is probably better known to Americans as Madonna's husband. His first picture, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, was also about psycho bad guys; in fact, Snatch is so similar to it that it is practically a sequel. The characters are different, but many of the same actors appear in both movies. Both films also share Ritchie's frenetic, stylish editing, as well as his fascination with lowlifes.
The plot is so complicated that describing it is difficult. I had little problem following it, but several reviewers admitted to getting completely lost. Basically, the story is about a huge diamond that gets stolen from a jewelry company in Amsterdam. It bounces from one group of criminals to the next, and, of course, everybody wants to get their hands on it at any cost. Meanwhile, a boxing promoter is having a very difficult time with a vile, ruthless gang boss who is demanding that he fix a fight. This is where Brad Pitt's character, One Punch Mickey, comes in.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Guy Ritchie's "Snatch" repeats the basic blueprint of his previous film "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels." The genre is the same, the setting is the same, the tone is the same, and some of the actors are the same. Yet "Snatch" still manages to stand on its own by being a smoother and slicker production that its predecessor. And having Brad Pitt on board this time around certainly helps the film carve out its own identity.
Once again mayhem and mishaps help to mar a criminal scheme. Frankie Four Fingers (Benicio Del Toro) steals a diamond which attracts the attention of Boris the Blade (Rade Sherbedgia) and Avi (Dennis Farina) who each want the diamond for himself. In the meantime, a gypsy (Pitt) who excels in the bare knuckle boxing department, but who is somewhat less refined in his verbal skills is recruited for a fight. Through a series of twists and turns, the fate of the diamond hunters and the gypsy boxer become intertwined and story twists ensue that would have been right at home in a screwball comedy - if not for the high body count.
What separates Ritchie's gangster flicks from those of his contemporaries is the combination of sassy wit and energy embodied in both his characters and the situations they find themselves in. Oftentimes "Snatch" strays perilously close to being too outrageous for its own good but it always manages to not cross the line into satire. Pitt gives one of his more underappreciated performances of the last few years and makes you realize just how useful the subtitle function is for DVD films. His gypsy boxer is a pure manifestation of all the zaniness that this film contains. Here's hoping that Ritchie can expand into other types of film genres in the future instead of continuing to compose variations on a theme. For the time being though, if you find yourself in the mood for an off-kilter crime caper, then "Snatch" is the film for you.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Well, uhh, the best movie ever? That good enough? Sept. 19 2002
Dark humor.
That by itself is enough to justify this movie. It is beyond well-made; whoever did the technical work on this movie deserved major recognition. The music/sound effects are simply stunning (and funny.) It is funny (as in, a horrible pain will be taking over your sides and you will loose your breath) and interesting. There is not one dull moment in this entire movie, there is always something going on.
The only thing (and another reason to buy it) is that you will need to watch it a few times to get the full effect of the movie. But, after you see it, you will need to repeat the process a few times. If you have friends (you better know them well), this is a great way to kill time, as it is better to watch it in a group.
Buy it and enjoy!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Stealin' stones and Breakin' Bones June 29 2007
By Jenny J.J.I. TOP 500 REVIEWER
What a follow-up to "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels!" It's the closest thing to a sequel without being one. Some say that "Snatch" is a poor follow up of Ritchie's first film, I say that this is an improvement on his signature style, an aggressive and a supercharged 21-gun salute to Britain film/filmmakers. The deftness displayed in this writer/director's pacing and editing is at times electrifying and sometimes simply beautiful. The soundtrack is not only superb and includes one of my personal favorite bands, Oasis, and is used to great comic effect as an poignant accompaniment to certain scenes.

In the vein of Pulp Fiction, Trainspotting, and Fight Club, Snatch is a gritty dance with the criminal element, revolving around a stolen 86-karat diamond that any good crook would give his right arm for. (And in one case, I mean that literally.)After a boggling series of double-crosses, triple-crosses, and multi-crosses, Snatch becomes a game of who will end up with the gem -- and how will they get it? Ritchie keeps us guessing at every turn, with Russians hiring mercenary crooks to steal the jewel, hit men sent to kill the mercenaries, mobsters trying to outwit the hit men, Jewish jewelers scheming to undermine the mobsters, a crazed bare-knuckled boxer looking for his payday despite the chaos, and one dog who's lost his bark.

And every one of these stories is hilarious.

Vinnie Jones as Bullet Tooth Tony, a hunter/assassin who chills his prey with deadly stares; Benicio Del Toro (Traffic) is caught-in-the-middle robber/gambling addict; Dennis Farina, a stressed jeweler who can never catch a break; or any of two dozen other apt actors who fully own their roles.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
great movie fast delivery
Published 1 month ago by Alan Campbell
4.0 out of 5 stars Comedic mayhem natch
I enjoyed this movie,not for everyone,because it met my expectations of comedy,mayhem,good acting and an almost plausible script. Read more
Published 13 months ago by Larry
5.0 out of 5 stars Great movie
Another great movie from guy ritchie. I watch this movie over and over again. Highly recommend it to anyone. Awesome.
Published 18 months ago by Rob H.
4.0 out of 5 stars Ordering through Amazon
Ordering through Amazon has been one of my favorite things to do! This movie was recommended by a close friend, so I decided to get it. Read more
Published 21 months ago by JudeJett
5.0 out of 5 stars Snatch this movie up!
A classic British gangster film! Luv all the characters and Brad Pitt is actually very good in this, although I'm personally not a fan of his and wasn't sure how he would mesh in... Read more
Published 22 months ago by Aquamarinesse
4.0 out of 5 stars Totally engaging
It is funny with a lot of attitude. It is rude and impossible but yet human somehow?! I have watched it a few times and have enjoyed it immensely.
Published on Jan. 2 2012 by David Sabine
5.0 out of 5 stars Snatch
This dark comedy about the UK's seedier side is a rollicking, good, fun flick. It is fast paced with story-lines that weave in and out of each other. Read more
Published on Nov. 3 2010 by RiverFront
4.0 out of 5 stars Snatch Review
The movie is very good. It has a number of twists and turns and is entertaining the whole way through.
Published on March 11 2009 by S. F. Semeniuk
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Move--------------Must have
This Movie top 100, last 50 years, great story, good charictures, story twists,------------watch over and over--------Great
Published on Feb. 19 2009 by M. E. De Costa
4.0 out of 5 stars Question
This movie is awesome but I have a question regaring the contents of the Movie Box. I didn't have a sleeve in mine with the scences listed and also have only one DVD and it says... Read more
Published on Nov. 18 2007 by Paulo S. Banho
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