History Creator / GuyRitchie

4th Mar '16 8:12:35 AM Kitchen90
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His first film, ''Film/LockStockAndTwoSmokingBarrels'' was a low-budget, humorous crime caper about the [[LondonGangster London underworld]]. It was an indie success and critical darling for its fresh, vibrant style. He followed up with ''Film/{{Snatch}}'', which was an even bigger success, though some critics complained that he was rehashing his previous film too much. Next, he made ''Film/SweptAway2002'', a remake of a controversial 1970s Italian film, starring his then-wife Madonna. ''Swept Away'' was savaged by critics, and bombed at the box office. When he returned to familiar territory with the crime caper ''Film/{{Revolver}}'', he tried to mix things up with an EvilPlan and an {{Anvilicious}} {{Aesop}}. The film was so poorly received that it didn't even see wide release in America. Ritchie then made ''Film/RocknRolla'' in an obvious attempt to recapture the violent and irreverent underworld hijinks of his first two films. It was recieved better than ''Revolver'', but wasn't really a success. He seemed to be approaching the nadir, but his adaptation of ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' appears to have [[CareerResurrection revived his fortunes]]; it received mostly positive reviews, and was successful at the box office, grossing more than all of his previous films combined. The sequel, ''Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows'' was equally successful. He also produced the TV series ''Series/{{SWAG}}''.

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His first film, ''Film/LockStockAndTwoSmokingBarrels'' was a low-budget, humorous crime caper about the [[LondonGangster London underworld]]. It was an indie success and critical darling for its fresh, vibrant style. style.

He followed up with ''Film/{{Snatch}}'', which was an even bigger success, though some critics complained that he was rehashing his previous film too much. Next, he made ''Film/SweptAway2002'', a remake of a controversial 1970s Italian film, starring his then-wife Madonna. Madonna.

''Swept Away'' was savaged by critics, and bombed at the box office. When he returned to familiar territory with the crime caper ''Film/{{Revolver}}'', he tried to mix things up with an EvilPlan and an {{Anvilicious}} {{Aesop}}. The film was so poorly received that it didn't even see wide release in America. America.

Ritchie then made ''Film/RocknRolla'' in an obvious attempt to recapture the violent and irreverent underworld hijinks of his first two films. It was recieved received better than ''Revolver'', but wasn't really a success. He seemed to be approaching the nadir, but his adaptation of ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' appears to have [[CareerResurrection revived his fortunes]]; it received mostly positive reviews, and was successful at the box office, grossing more than all of his previous films combined. The sequel, ''Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows'' was equally successful. successful.

He also produced the TV series ''Series/{{SWAG}}''.
''Series/{{SWAG}}''.






* ''Film/TheCannonballRun'' (TBA)

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* ''Film/TheCannonballRun'' (TBA)

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19th Feb '16 6:20:49 PM drewski
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7th Jan '16 2:07:03 AM erforce
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* ''Film/SherlockHolmes: A Game of Shadows'' (2011)

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* ''Film/SherlockHolmes: A Game of Shadows'' ''Film/SherlockHolmesAGameOfShadows'' (2011)
19th Dec '15 4:57:14 PM twilicorn
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His first film, ''Film/LockStockAndTwoSmokingBarrels'' was a low-budget, humorous crime caper about the [[LondonGangster London underworld]]. It was an indie success and critical darling for its fresh, vibrant style. He followed up with ''Film/{{Snatch}}'', which was an even bigger success, though some critics complained that he was rehashing his previous film too much. Next, he made ''Swept Away'', a remake of a controversial 1970s Italian film, starring his then-wife Madonna. ''Swept Away'' was savaged by critics, and bombed at the box office. When he returned to familiar territory with the crime caper ''Film/{{Revolver}}'', he tried to mix things up with an EvilPlan and an {{Anvilicious}} {{Aesop}}. The film was so poorly received that it didn't even see wide release in America. Ritchie then made ''Film/RocknRolla'' in an obvious attempt to recapture the violent and irreverent underworld hijinks of his first two films. It was recieved better than ''Revolver'', but wasn't really a success. He seemed to be approaching the nadir, but his adaptation of ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' appears to have [[CareerResurrection revived his fortunes]]; it received mostly positive reviews, and was successful at the box office, grossing more than all of his previous films combined. The sequel, ''Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows'' was equally successful. He also produced the TV series ''Series/{{SWAG}}''.

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His first film, ''Film/LockStockAndTwoSmokingBarrels'' was a low-budget, humorous crime caper about the [[LondonGangster London underworld]]. It was an indie success and critical darling for its fresh, vibrant style. He followed up with ''Film/{{Snatch}}'', which was an even bigger success, though some critics complained that he was rehashing his previous film too much. Next, he made ''Swept Away'', ''Film/SweptAway2002'', a remake of a controversial 1970s Italian film, starring his then-wife Madonna. ''Swept Away'' was savaged by critics, and bombed at the box office. When he returned to familiar territory with the crime caper ''Film/{{Revolver}}'', he tried to mix things up with an EvilPlan and an {{Anvilicious}} {{Aesop}}. The film was so poorly received that it didn't even see wide release in America. Ritchie then made ''Film/RocknRolla'' in an obvious attempt to recapture the violent and irreverent underworld hijinks of his first two films. It was recieved better than ''Revolver'', but wasn't really a success. He seemed to be approaching the nadir, but his adaptation of ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' appears to have [[CareerResurrection revived his fortunes]]; it received mostly positive reviews, and was successful at the box office, grossing more than all of his previous films combined. The sequel, ''Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows'' was equally successful. He also produced the TV series ''Series/{{SWAG}}''.
27th Aug '15 10:35:05 PM derry667
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* ''Film/TheManFromUNCLE2015'' (2015)

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* ''Film/TheManFromUNCLE2015'' ''[[Film/TheManFromUNCLE2015 The Man From U.N.C.L.E.]]'' (2015)
12th Aug '15 8:41:54 AM Discar
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* ''Film/TheManFromUNCLE'' (2015)

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* ''Film/TheManFromUNCLE'' ''Film/TheManFromUNCLE2015'' (2015)
26th Jul '15 4:49:01 PM MisterCPC
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* ''Film/TheCannonballRun'' (2014)

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* ''Film/TheManFromUNCLE'' (2015)
* ''Film/TheCannonballRun'' (2014)
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10th Jul '15 5:12:48 PM nombretomado
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Guy Stuart Ritchie (born 1968) is a British film director and screenwriter, also known for his former marriage to {{Madonna}}.

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Guy Stuart Ritchie (born 1968) is a British film director and screenwriter, also known for his former marriage to {{Madonna}}.
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18th Jun '14 6:35:11 AM DeepRed
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His first film, ''Film/LockStockAndTwoSmokingBarrels'' was a low-budget, humorous crime caper about the London underworld. It was an indie success and critical darling for its fresh, vibrant style. He followed up with ''Film/{{Snatch}}'', which was an even bigger success, though some critics complained that he was rehashing his previous film too much. Next, he made ''Swept Away'', a remake of a controversial 1970s Italian film, starring his then-wife Madonna. ''Swept Away'' was savaged by critics, and bombed at the box office. When he returned to familiar territory with the crime caper ''Film/{{Revolver}}'', he tried to mix things up with an EvilPlan and an {{Anvilicious}} {{Aesop}}. The film was so poorly received that it didn't even see wide release in America. Ritchie then made ''Film/RocknRolla'' in an obvious attempt to recapture the violent and irreverent underworld hijinks of his first two films. It was recieved better than ''Revolver'', but wasn't really a success. He seemed to be approaching the nadir, but his adaptation of ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' appears to have [[CareerResurrection revived his fortunes]]; it received mostly positive reviews, and was successful at the box office, grossing more than all of his previous films combined. The sequel, ''Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows'' was equally successful. He also produced the TV series ''Series/{{SWAG}}''.

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His first film, ''Film/LockStockAndTwoSmokingBarrels'' was a low-budget, humorous crime caper about the [[LondonGangster London underworld.underworld]]. It was an indie success and critical darling for its fresh, vibrant style. He followed up with ''Film/{{Snatch}}'', which was an even bigger success, though some critics complained that he was rehashing his previous film too much. Next, he made ''Swept Away'', a remake of a controversial 1970s Italian film, starring his then-wife Madonna. ''Swept Away'' was savaged by critics, and bombed at the box office. When he returned to familiar territory with the crime caper ''Film/{{Revolver}}'', he tried to mix things up with an EvilPlan and an {{Anvilicious}} {{Aesop}}. The film was so poorly received that it didn't even see wide release in America. Ritchie then made ''Film/RocknRolla'' in an obvious attempt to recapture the violent and irreverent underworld hijinks of his first two films. It was recieved better than ''Revolver'', but wasn't really a success. He seemed to be approaching the nadir, but his adaptation of ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' appears to have [[CareerResurrection revived his fortunes]]; it received mostly positive reviews, and was successful at the box office, grossing more than all of his previous films combined. The sequel, ''Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows'' was equally successful. He also produced the TV series ''Series/{{SWAG}}''.
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