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Rock N RollaLenny Cole, a mobster from the old school, puts the bite on all local real estate transactions. With one phone call, Lenny can make the red tape disappear. But as Lenny';;s right-hand man Archy tells him, London is ground zero for the changing times, with big-time mobsters from the East, hungry criminals from the streets, and everyone in-between, all vying to change the rules of commerce and crime.
Actors of "Rock N Rolla"
Characters of "Rock N Rolla"
Directors of "Rock N Rolla"Guy RitchieBirthdate: 10 September 1968, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, UK
Creators of "Rock N Rolla"Guy RitchieBirthdate: 10 September 1968, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Rock N Rolla"At the MoviesNovember 10, 2008
Guns, gangsters, and Richie's unique style and tone make his latest picture just plain fun.Washington PostOctober 31, 2008
Style is what RocknRolla is all about. And it has it in spades, from the cockney Pulp Fiction dialogue to the music-video editing of the rambling narrative.Seattle TimesOctober 31, 2008
RocknRolla is a recovery from the knockout blows of his past two films but Ritchie is certainly retreading familiar thematic territory.San Francisco ChronicleOctober 31, 2008
As in other Ritchie films, 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 Ritchie offers is pedestrian and tame.Movie TalkNovember 16, 2014
As ever with Ritchie, RocknRolla is more flash than substance, but beneath the swagger his movie scratches away at British anxieties.QuickflixOctober 21, 2014
So this is Guy Ritchie's big comeback? Huh.Movie ViewsDecember 17, 2010
It's all about the set-up and not the actual payoff.Washington TimesAugust 30, 2009
RocknRolla is a return to form, of sorts, for Mr. Ritchie. ... The British director has returned to familiar territory, that of the small-time hood.BET.comJuly 03, 2009
'RocknRolla' takes more left turns than imaginable. It might make sense in the mind of Guy Ritchie, but to the rest of the universe, I can not imagine the film will translate.