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RocknRolla (4-Sep-2008)

Director: Guy Ritchie

Writer: Guy Ritchie

Keywords: Action/Comedy

A cast of criminals, crooks, and other undesirable figures all descend on London looking for a piece of the proceeds from a lucrative real-estate scam.

ABSTRACT
From the mind of Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch creator Guy Ritchie comes RocknRolla, another easy-on-the-eyes crime epic about a lucrative real estate scam and the ensuing rat race to cash in on its immense riches. Viewers are treated to arcane storylines concerning crime boss Lenny Cole, crook One Two, and devilish accountant Stella as they descend on London to claim their share of the aforementioned loot, a calamity further complicated by the abrupt arrival of ill-tempered punk rocker Johnny Quid onto the scene.

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Gemma Arterton
Actor
12-Jan-1986   Quantum of Solace
Gerard Butler
Actor
13-Nov-1969   Dracula 2000
Idris Elba
Actor
6-Sep-1972   The Wire
Dennis Farina
Actor
29-Feb-1944 22-Jul-2013 Ray Barboni in Get Shorty
Tom Hardy
Actor
15-Sep-1977   Layer Cake
Matt King
Actor
31-Jan-1968   Super Hans on Peep Show
Ludacris
Rapper
11-Sep-1977   Incognegro
Jimi Mistry
Actor
1973   The Guru
Thandie Newton
Actor
6-Nov-1972   The Truth About Charlie
Jeremy Piven
Actor
26-Jul-1965   Ari Gold on Entourage
Mark Strong
Actor
30-Aug-1963   Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Tom Wilkinson
Actor
12-Dec-1948   Shakespeare in Love

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