The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix returns with a look at the feature film debut of British director Guy Ritchie, whose signature chaotic filmmaking style that has since been seen in films like Snatch, RocknRolla, and Robert Downey Jr’s turn as Sherlock Holmes is already very evident here in his first major directing effort – the 1998 crime caper comedy Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels, a film that is also notable for turning names like Jason Flemyng, Dexter Fletcher, Vinnie Jones, and Jason Statham into renowned stars. Check out this and many more movie reviews at http://happydragonpictures.com
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This playlist includes all seven original segments from The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews Goes Hawaiian, a nearly two hour long special episode of The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews that was filmed on the beautiful island of Oahu in Hawaii and features reviews of several other hit films shot in Hawaii, along with a trip through many actual filming locations seen in such movies as The Descendants, 50 First Dates, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, From Here To Eternity, and Jurassic Park among others. You can choose whether to watch all the movie reviews/location tours separately, or simply click on the full episode, sit back, and enjoy the entire two hours, which also includes a bonus segment about some of Hawaii's greatest cuisine! Aloha!