This movie is good. It is not great, but it is a solid film. It is about a drug kingpin that is trying to sell his business and all of the back-stabbing that goes along with it. It is interesting to watch, but sometimes it moves at a much slower pace than it should. There is some witty dialogue and the acting is great. There is a feeling of style over substance though which is a bit of a hinderance. There is some dark humor scattered throughout its runtime which livens it up from its oftentime very serious crime world. The movie is told mainly by Hugh Grant's character, Fletcher. He followed this crime story and wrote a screenplay about it and wants to use it as blackmail against the drug lords. He explains in ferevent detail what the story entails, so there is a lot of exposition in this story and a lot of cutting away from seeing the story to watching Fletcher explain what is happening. At the beginning it seemed like a fun little gimmick, but by the mid-way point of the movie it just got a bit annoying. It is kind of like how "The Princess Bride" is done but with less charm. Guy Ritchie is fairly known in the directing world for having very stylish movies, like the "Sherlock Holmes" movies. This is movie has all the style and slickness we have come to expect from Ritchie, but there is just a lack of connectivity between the story and the audience. However, this movie is fun and will keep you entertained with its several moving pieces. I do think it does a really good job of tying everything together at the end, and I thought its ending was fairly satisfying. The meta-appeal of it being a screenplay is a bit too meta for my taste for this type of movie, but it does add a bit of flare to it. This movie has a lot of vulgar language, and I think it would have benefited if it toned down the profanity a bit. I enjoyed this movie though, and I think it is worth a watch. Overall, I give this movie a 7.5/10.