Guy Ritchie (“Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels”) has built up a reputation for a certain type of film — movies that are violent, droll and very British. “The Gentlemen” is no exception, adding another fast-moving crime action film to his repertoire.
Picture this: a screen so dark and foggy it’s nearly impossible to see what’s happening, background sound effects that shake the theater with their volume and make it difficult to hear dialogue and more jump scares than any movie needs to have. That’s “Underwater.”
Robert Downey Jr. (“Avengers: Endgame”) has had many successful movies over the years, despite personal difficulties that have arisen over the course of his career. Movies that he’s starred in, like “Iron Man,” “Zodiac” and “Chaplin,” are legendary pieces of work.
We all want to be remembered — there’s no doubt about that. If we didn’t, fame wouldn’t be so coveted and patent lawyers would be out of a job. But when it comes to making history, few of us are ever able to achieve anything “noteworthy.” Or are we?