The Gentlemen Blu-Ray Giveaway

Guy Ritchie‘s latest, an ensemble caper with an incredible cast, The Gentlemen, hits on April 21st on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray, and DVD, and is already available on Digital and On Demand. We have a copy available to win right here, just see the entry form below.

Ritchie’s signature style comes through in an adventure involving the underworld cannabis industry in London, but the real power comes from the cast which includes: Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam (Pacific Rim, Sons of Anarchy), Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey, Good Behavior), Colin Farrell, Hugh Grant, Henry Golding (A Simple Favor, Crazy Rich Asians), Jeremy Strong, and Eddie Marsan.

As you might imagine with a Ritchie film, we’re going to be looking at something involving a lot of twists and excuses for highly-kinetic action. In this case, Mickey Pearson (McConaughey) is looking to retire and cash out of his very lucrative marijuana empire, but when word gets out, it triggers an array of plots, blackmail, and general scheming as people turn up to try to take over.

Photo Credit: Christopher Raphael – STXfilms


BONUS FEATURES EXCLUSIVE TO 4K ULTRA HD, BLU-RAY™️, DVD & DIGITAL:

  • Behind-the-Scenes of THE GENTLEMEN – Get up close with the talented cast of THE GENTLEMEN as they give an inside look at the making of the film and share their experiences working with legendary director Guy Ritchie.
  • Best Gentlemanly Quips – A selection of some of the funniest lines from THE GENTLEMEN that spotlights the witty writing behind the film.
  • Glossary of Cannabis – Viewers are given a fun educational montage highlighting the numerous nicknames of Marijuana shown throughout the film.
  • Photo Gallery

THE GENTLEMEN will be available on 4K Ultra HD in a combo pack which includes 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray™️ , Blu-ray™️  and Digital. The 4K Ultra HD will include all bonus features on the Blu-ray™️ disc.

The Gentlemen Blu-Ray Giveaway

Marc Eastman
Marc Eastman is the owner and operator of Are You Screening? and has been writing film reviews for over a decade, and several branches of the internet's film review world have seen his name. He is also a member of The Broadcast Film Critics Association and The Broadcast Television Journalists Association.

Must Read

The Midnight Sky Review – Rambling Towards Little

The Midnight Sky is like one of the best road trips you've ever taken, but when you get where you're headed it...

Call Me Kat Review – Mayim Bialik Hopes To Channel/Spin British Humor

Crossing the pond with a comedy series is always a tricky affair, and while there are some major successes that have come...

Black Bear Review – Elaborate Kantian Ethics Koan With Manipulative Artists?

Writer/Director Lawrence Michael Levine is a filmmaker who spins strange yarns delivered through often uncomfortable conversations that are generally a combination of...

Trending

Call Me Kat Review – Mayim Bialik Hopes To Channel/Spin British Humor

Crossing the pond with a comedy series is always a tricky affair, and while there are some major successes that have come...

Last Tango In Halifax Review – PBS Brings BAFTA Winner To America

No surprise that this was the BAFTA winner, especially since it has serious arguments to make for the best drama series of a more serious span than just a single year.

Tin Star Review – Tim Roth Tackles Big Oil And Personality Flaws

Tim Roth's Tin Star is easily one of the best performances the year will offer, though the show itself doesn't quite live up to that. It's a wildly fun thriller, but it will make you uncomfortable to say that, and it's one you'll definitely find yourself wanting to binge.

Dont' Miss The Best Of The Decade

Podcast