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Mash It, Smash It, Bash It and Cash It - (Film)


Just went to see the new Guy Ritchie film, "Mash it, Smash it, Bash it and Cash it". It was absolutely brilliant, Guy Ritchie is back to his brilliant best alright.
I should explain the plot. Four east end gangsters (Paul Mash, Tony Smash, Barry Bash and Chris Cash)are bored with life at a London catering college so they decide to knock off a local gangster's ('Arry 'Ammer Arse)Jewellers and send a message to the top gangster in the area (Muggy Bonehead Yeast) that they can be proper villains. It turns out that some Russian geezer (Yorgi Bear) is right tooled up and is having none of it. Meanwhile, a big fat bloke who likes gold (Fatty Bling-Bling) is getting right mouthy and wants to take over the borough from Muggy. What a two and eight!
So, Paul Mash, Tony Smash, Barry Bash and Chris Cash decide to play them all off of each other and reap the rewards, like proper cockney villains.
In the end our 4 heroes end up with it all and decide to celebrate by talking endlessly in questions delivered in a sarcastic manor. A masterpiece.

Rating: 5/5
By Arthur Pint


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