RocknRolla (2008)

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TitleRocknRolla
Year2008
CountryUnited Kingdom, USA
GenreCrime (Movies)
CollectionMafia
Run Time1h 54 min
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In London, mob boss Lenny Cole rules the ever-growing real estate business, using a corrupt Councillor for bureaucratic fixing, and his right-hand man Archy for the dirty side of things. A billionaire Russian businessman, Uri Omovich, plans a fixed land deal, and London’s crooks seem to all want a piece of it — particularly Uri’s underhanded accountant Stella, and a gang called “The Wild Bunch” led by small-time crook “One-Two”, his partner “Mumbles”, and their driver, “Handsome Bob”. Uri agrees to Lenny’s price of €7,000,000 to bribe the Council, and as a sign of trust, loans him his “lucky painting.” Yet when Uri arranges for Stella to move the funds, she double-crosses him and hires the Wild Bunch to steal the money.

Additionally, Lenny’s junkie stepson Johnny Quid, steals the painting from Lenny’s office after faking his own death. Lenny and Archy then coerce Johnny’s former managers Mickey and Roman into tracking down Johnny. In a subplot, Handsome Bob gets close to Stella’s gay husband, a lawyer who has information on a longtime unknown informer in their criminal circle. Uri tasks Stella once more with covertly siphoning the necessary payoff from his holdings, despite his growing suspicion of her. Yet when his moneymen are once again robbed by the Wild Bunch, his assistant Victor convinces him that it’s likely Lenny who is behind the robberies, and is also purposely keeping Uri’s lucky painting from him. Uri & Victor then invite Lenny to a private golf game, where Victor beats him with a golf club, finishing by breaking Lenny’s leg as a warning to return his painting.

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In London, mob boss Lenny Cole rules the ever-growing real estate business, using a corrupt Councillor for bureaucratic fixing, and his right-hand man Archy for the dirty side of things. A billionaire Russian businessman, Uri Omovich, plans a fixed land deal, and London’s crooks seem to all want a piece of it — particularly Uri’s underhanded accountant Stella, and a gang called “The Wild Bunch” led by small-time crook “One-Two”, his partner “Mumbles”, and their driver, “Handsome Bob”. Uri agrees to Lenny’s price of €7,000,000 to bribe the Council, and as a sign of trust, loans him his “lucky painting.” Yet when Uri arranges for Stella to move the funds, she double-crosses him and hires the Wild Bunch to steal the money.

Additionally, Lenny’s junkie stepson Johnny Quid, steals the painting from Lenny’s office after faking his own death. Lenny and Archy then coerce Johnny’s former managers Mickey and Roman into tracking down Johnny. In a subplot, Handsome Bob gets close to Stella’s gay husband, a lawyer who has information on a longtime unknown informer in their criminal circle. Uri tasks Stella once more with covertly siphoning the necessary payoff from his holdings, despite his growing suspicion of her. Yet when his moneymen are once again robbed by the Wild Bunch, his assistant Victor convinces him that it’s likely Lenny who is behind the robberies, and is also purposely keeping Uri’s lucky painting from him. Uri & Victor then invite Lenny to a private golf game, where Victor beats him with a golf club, finishing by breaking Lenny’s leg as a warning to return his painting.

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