Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels

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Streetwise charmer Eddie (Nick Moran) enters the biggest card game of his life with the savings of his three best friends: Tom (Jason Flemyng), Bacon (Jason Statham) and Soap (Dexter Fletcher). But he leaves the table owing his underworld boss Hatchet Harry half a million and has a week to come up with the money. Now Eddie and his friends must outsmart and outgun all types of lowlifes on their way to pay off Harry before time runs out…. More >>

Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels

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  1. I’ve owned Both Previous Standard Version of

    Guy Ritchie’s Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels on DVD

    This Film is One of the BEST Films of The late 90’s

    With a Perfect Cast and a Story That can run neck and neck with any of Quentin Tarantino’s Films

    There’s Nothing quit like it and NO American Film could Pull it off

    Hopefully the BR Version with Live up to the SD Version and Get the proper Attention and Gain a much bigger fan base.

    It’s a True work of art and a roller coaster ride that u don’t wanna get off

    I Highly Recommend 2 all Movie Fans!!!!


    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Not worth the price on Blu Ray, very grainy. Buy the DVD, quality is the same and it is CHEAPER! This Blu Ray should be offered always on a BARGAIN price due to picture quality. The movie otherwise is great, sometimes even better than the Tarrantino films on this genre.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. This is a Terrible Quality Blu-Ray. Do Not Buy it. It is in no way Blu-Ray Quality. I wish I never traded in my standard version to Amazon’s Trade-in program. This is sickening.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. I have both the SD version of Lock Stock and Snatch, I rank this movie in my top 10 all time list. It’s just a brilliant movie!!

    HOWEVER, the Blu-ray version is VERY poor quality, the SD DVD version actually looks better. There is A LOT of graining in the Blu-Ray version, it’s as if they got the compression all wrong. I’m running this from some high end audio/video equipment on a 63″ Mitsubishi DLP and Sony BD player thru Harmon Kardon (all have the most recent firmware updates) — this is the ONLY BD I’ve purchased that has this terrible graining. Even tested it on my MacPro using my LG BD player and noticed the same graining problem.

    I came up with a 3 rating because the film content is excellent worth a 5 star, however, the BD image quality get a 1 star, hence the resulting 3 stars. Unfortunate mess up, but I have to say go with the standard SD DVD version.

    Rating: 3 / 5

  5. The movie itself is brilliant, original, funny, perfectly cast and on my top-10 list. However, if you have the original don’t waste your $$ on the Blue-ray. On the Blue-ray special features is a discussion about budget compromises Ritchie and the photographer were forced to make like shooting on 16mm. On the original DVD it blends with the movie and works. On Blue-ray its distracting and jarring. On balance and in my opinion, the Blue-ray is inferior to the original.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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