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A group of up-and-coming hustlers who stumble upon a truck-load of stolen gold bullion are suddenly thrust into the high-stakes world of organized crime.


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Series cast summary:
 Charlie Cavendish (10 episodes, 2017)
 Albert Hill (10 episodes, 2017)
 Billy 'Fuckin' Ayers / ... (10 episodes, 2017)
 Bob Fink (10 episodes, 2017)
 Chloe Koen (10 episodes, 2017)
 Lotti Mott (10 episodes, 2017)
 Lily Hill (10 episodes, 2017)
 Harry / ... (10 episodes, 2017)
 Vic Hill (10 episodes, 2017)
 Norman Gordon (9 episodes, 2017)
 Miss Teri Dwyer (7 episodes, 2017)
 Chief Superintendent Jones (5 episodes, 2017)
 Windrush / ... (5 episodes, 2017)
 Pikey Kid (5 episodes, 2017)


A group of up-and-coming hustlers who stumble upon a truck-load of stolen gold bullion are suddenly thrust into the high-stakes world of organized crime.

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not snatch, but still good
17 March 2017 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

if you're looking for a throwback to the original Guy Ritchie masterpiece, this show is not what you are looking for. i was of this mindset before watching the show. what really defined snatch was the range of characters and different personalities that brought it together, and how there wasn't really a definition of bad guy or good guy. in this show, we obviously have some clear villains and the heroes. it tries to do camera angles, zooms, and overall cinematography and editing like the movie did, but not as effectively. the movie's was also heavily predicated on accidental and unintentional mishaps, which are present but not as prevalent in the show. what it is, though, is an enjoyable show with likable characters and pretty solid dialogue and writing. the acting isn't half bad, and the plot is very well thought up. the show is very unpredictable, unlike much of what comes on the screen in the crime genre these days, and i never find myself thinking "oh, of course that happened". i will reiterate, this is not the movie, and you will see minimal similarity with the movie, but don't let that cloud the fact that this isn't a bad show by any stretch. i will say that the flashback scenes that start each episode are kind of annoying, but i guess that's just a testament to how much I'm invested in the actual plot of the show. please do not be alarmed by the rating of this show. try at least an episode and a half before you call it quits.

the above was written three episodes into the show. having finished the entire first season, i have more to say. for one, after episode two and three the quality of the show stays about the same throughout, maybe getting a little better, but definitely not worse. there are definitely a couple of scenes and plot points that are very questionable, and if there were more experienced writers then maybe those could've been fixed, but they're relatively easy to look past. overall, it's a fun and entertaining show that really doesn't have any outstanding flaws. i highly recommend it if you like crime or heist movies and shows in general, or if you're looking to bang out a quick show over a couple days or a week, without any real long term attachment. it's definitely better than what you'll find on some big TV networks nowadays, and i personally really enjoyed it.

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