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Ratings & Reviews

  1. alice's rating of the film The League of Gentlemen

    Intrattiene e diverte giocando (e ribaltando) con i cliché del genere.

  2. filmcapsule's rating of the film The League of Gentlemen

    There's an amiable personality to this film and to The League itself. It also seemed to me, despite the fact that Rififi came a few years before, the template for the modern heist screenplay - assemble the team, plan the job, execute a sub-heist, etc, etc.

  3. StellaWasaDiver's rating of the film The League of Gentlemen

    Snappy dialogue and a tense heist, though I wasn't thrilled with the ending.

  4. film_lies101's rating of the film The League of Gentlemen

    A heist film for gentlemen but never for men who are gentle

  5. Andre Rehal's rating of the film The League of Gentlemen

    Good solid fun, really enjoyed it.

  6. Richmond Hill's rating of the film The League of Gentlemen

    Rogues in brogues. An antecedent to Hollywood caper films (Ocean's Eleven et al) and a tad sullied by association (a problem with the later). On its own terms a solidly crafted, if overlong, romp; in the context of British cinema rather an interesting bridge between the middle-class comedies of Rank and the more satirical Boulting Brothers films of the same period. Sly, although crime doesn't pay when you're rated A.

  7. Stu Witmer's rating of the film The League of Gentlemen

    Totally delightful caper that makes one proud to be British. A roomful of British (& Irish) actors you’ve always wanted to see more of has a field day with a subtle tongue in cheek script by Brian Forbes (who also has a role on screen). Wide-screen, black & white glory as only the Brits of 1960 could do and accompanied by a rousing Boy's Own score just as droll as the script. Focus your mind and think of Britain!

  8. Daniel S.'s rating of the film The League of Gentlemen

    Film Noir à la British without Femmes Fatales but with great actors and humour. Recommended.

  9. Roscoe's rating of the film The League of Gentlemen

    An excellent cast, a cool caper story. Good solid fun. Any chance to see Roger Livesey play a reprobate is not to be missed.