The latest from director Guy Ritchie is a bunch of good-looking, fast-moving nonsense that is, nonetheless, entertaining. The film involves a convoluted real estate deal in London that involves Russian immigrants, crime lords, rock stars and small-time hoods. Gerard Butler plays One Two, one of the small-time hoods who gets involved in a mess when he steals some money. Tom Wilkinson is deranged goodness, both funny and scary as Lenny Cole, a crime lord who uses crayfish as a torture device. Toby Kebbell scores some good laughs as Johnny Quid, Lennys drug-addicted, rock-star stepson with an unfortunate taste for daddys art. Ritchies slapdash style is used to good effect here, and its his best work in years.