Snatch (Blu-ray) (2000) 9.95 @ my memory
Snatch (Blu-ray) (2000) 9.95 @ my memory

Snatch (Blu-ray) (2000) 9.95 @ my memory

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this is my first post, i've put off buying this untill the price dropped.
as it says above snatch on blu ray, only released last month, £9.95 at mymemory.co.uk
and there is 6% quidco cashback

A wild and tangled crime adventure involving gangsters, Irish gypsies, and a dog that can't stop swallowing things, Snatch is both hilarious and action-packed. Jewel thief Franky Four Fingers (Benicio Del Toro) is in London en route to New York, where he will deliver an 86-karat diamond to his boss, Avi (Dennis Farina). A compulsive gambler, Franky is tempted into an illegal boxing scam, becoming the unwitting suspect in a robbery committed by bumbling pawnshop owners Vinny (Robbie Gee), Sol (Lennie James), and their oaf-of-a-driver, Tyrone (Ade). Meanwhile, novice boxing promoter Turkish (Jason Statham), and his dim-witted partner, Tommy (Stephen Graham), move into the "big time" with twisted crime boss, Brick Top (Alan Ford), and Mickey, a mumbling, unhinged Irish gypsy boxer (Brad Pitt) and his band of travelling Pykies (including Paul O'Boyle as Paddy). Thrown into the proceedings are killers Bullet Tooth Tony (Vinnie Jones) and Boris the Blade (Rade Sherbedgia). A stylized work with a gritty urban soundtrack and a cast of intricately developed characters, Snatch delivers superb and witty dialogue while depicting one of the more zany, complex diamond heists ever portrayed in film.

Extra Features
- Commentary with writer/director Guy Ritchie and producer Matthew Vaughn
- Deleted scenes with optional commentary by writer/director Guy Ritchie and producer Matthew Vaughn
- The Snatch Cutting Room
- Photo Gallery
- movieIQ
- Making Of Featurette
- Pikey subtitles
- Trailers and TV spots
- Easter egg


Running Time
102 mins



decent price few quid cheaper anywhere else- heat added

A very good transfer - you wont find better!
I got this on release day and have never looked back, THE most quotable movie ever!
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