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After several days with no luck acquiring the funds, Eddy returns home and overhears his neighbours, a gang of thieves led by a man named Dog, planning a heist on some marijuana growers supposedly loaded with cash and drugs. Eddy relays this information to the group, intending for them to rob the neighbours as they come back from their heist. They install taping equipment to record the conversations of their neighbours. Tom acquires a pair of antique shotguns from an underground dealer, known as Nick "the Greek" (Stephen Marcus), who also strikes a deal with Rory Breaker (Vas Blackwood), a gangster and sociopath, to buy the stolen drugs. Nick had purchased the guns from a pair of bungling small-time criminals, Gary and Dean (Victor McGuire and Jake Abraham), who had stolen them from a bankrupt lord as part of a job for Harry Lonsdale, not realizing that of the entire stolen firearms collection, his only desire was the two antique shotguns. After learning the guns had been sold, an enraged Barry threatens the two into getting them back.
|Actor||Jason Flemyng, Dexter Fletcher, Nick Moran, Jason Statham|
|Title||Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels (1998)|
|Manufacturer||Sony DADC Home Entertainment|
|Number Of Discs||1|
To be honest, I like this movie better than pulp fiction, which itself is one of my favorite movies.
Superb plot, great comedy, excellent characters and acting, brilliant camera work - this movie has got everything that you can ask for.
Not often does a movie come by in which you remember each and every character. LS&2SB has numerous characters and all of them have their own uniqueness that makes them stand out and be remembered.
Tons of drugs (literally :-))and violence that is shown in a very enjoyable way!