If Pulp Fiction and Trainspotting were to mate and have a son, it would turn out to look a little like this ... naturally the child would have had to be dropped on its head a few times. Ritchie is so self-assured that his flashy camera work and editing can keep your interest that he completely forgets about character development, coherent storytelling or inventiveness, for that matter.
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
Director: Guy Ritchie
Year Released: 1998