All parent member reviews for Snatch

Parents say

(out of 7 reviews)
age 15+
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Adult Written byLightenUp January 18, 2010
age 17+
Duh it's not for kids. Look at the cover. BTW, no need to *** the middle of the title. It's not a porn reference. It's title, as in, "to STEAL or take away... gangster movie about stolen diamonds." Eeesh.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
Great role models
Adult Written byRachel D April 9, 2008
age 0+

Fun for adults

This movie would have been so much greater if they could restrain the language and violence. The story was funny, fast paced and really enjoyable. Too bad they always have to ruin it with a bit of something, in this case the "f" word.
Adult Written byBestPicture1996 May 29, 2015
age 16+

Ensemble gangster is high-rolling fun

There's nothing as an aspiring writer that I respect more than hyperlink cinema, the interconnecting stories that eventually wrap together type of movie-making that seems so difficult to me. And these are a lot of shady crooks to keep track of! You have Jason Statham's mellow, wisecracking boxing promoter, Brad Pitt's garbled, Irish prizefighter, Alan Ford (in the film's best role) as ultraviolent gangster Brick Top, and two absolutely bumbling crooks Sol and Vinny (2 gentleman whose names escape me). But of course director Guy Ritchie ties them all together, and apparently this film bears a strong semblance to his debut "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels," which I will definitely watch. But seeing this one first, I thoroughly enjoyed the gleefully profane dialogue, and though there is violence, it's not excessively bloody except for the boxing scenes, most deaths occur offscreen. I can't wait to see more of Ritchie's work.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much swearing
Adult Written bydarthsitkur September 22, 2012
age 15+

awesome and hilarious action comedy

just got done watching this with my brother a while ago and i thought it was awesome and hilarious, chock full of awesome action and British humor that makes you laugh out loud numerous times, and I think it's better than lock, stock, and two smoking barrels, mainly because it's more fun
Adult Written byyetijones February 20, 2009
age 13+

Amazing Artistry WITHOUT the Blood and Gore, as Many Presume

"Snatch" is a film directed and written by Guy Ritchie, famous for other such works as "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels," (1998) as well as "RocknRolla" (2008). It was released in the USA in January of 2001. "Snatch" is a classic tale of man vs. man vs. more men vs. Russian (vs. pigs). The main protagonist (though the story takes many branches along the way) is a man by the name of Turkish. His life has always been on the wrong side of gambles, and now he is presented with what seems a simple task: have a fighter go down in the fourth round during an illegal, underground boxing match. However, when his fighter is knocked-out cold while pursuing a new caravan for the "headquarters" (if you will), Turkish's plans become significantly more challenging. In another part of London, away from the Pikey Gypsy camp, a group of jewelers/thugs discover an 86 carat diamond, which more than a couple people seek, some of who are: Boris "The Blade" (a.k.a Boris "The Bullet Dodger"), Avi, Bullet Tooth Tony, and Franky Four Fingers (just to name a few). "Snatch" is truly a delightful film, full of wonderful artistry, character interplay, and plot development. The cinematography is beautiful, under the expertise direction of Mr. Ritchie. While the language is a bit coarse, it hardly detracts from the overall effect the movie has on an audience. Ritchie also presents violence in an interesting manner: nearly all of it is unseen, performed off-screen. Only a handful scenes contain actual blood in them; everything else is insinuated as violence, but never actually shown. A promising film, truly great for all ages that can handle the coarse language. A must see!
Parent of a 1, 8, 9, and 14 year old Written bythejokerspencil January 29, 2009
age 16+

Dark and Dusty

Guy just doesn't have it in him.