R | | Action, Comedy, Crime
An American expat tries to sell off his highly profitable marijuana empire in London, triggering plots, schemes, bribery and blackmail in an attempt to steal his domain out from under him.
The pint glasses in the film bear the name "Lore of the Land," a pub owned by director Guy Ritchie (with footballer David Beckham) in Fitzrovia, central London.
No sooner do I entertain Matthew's offer to buy me out and reject Dry Eye's offer does one of my farms get raided.
Rosalind Pearson: First time ever.
Michael Pearson: Doesn't feel like a coincidence, does it?
Rosalind Pearson: It isn't. There's fuckery afoot.
In the closing credits, immediately under "Standby Carpenter", it says "Standy Rigger"-this should be "Standby Rigger".
The credits scroll for about one minute. After that, the full uncensored music video for the in-film song "Box in the Bush" by the Toddlers plays on one side of the screen, with the credits on the other side.
$10,651,884 26 January 2020