Guy Ritchie is known for directing many popular movies around the world. In 1995, Ritchie directed a short film which last for twenty minutes and called "The Hard Case". His interest for film started with the short film and by contacting friends who may have known any prospectives. Ritchie gathered these investor(s) and created and developed "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels". One investor was known as Trudie Styler who was notorious for having enough capital to make the film come to life. Ritchie was not only creative but was looked upon as a person with drive and ambition.
In 1998, the film "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels was made available to a national audience. The movie received positive reviews which led the film to go global. Ritchie won an Edgar Award by the Mystery Writers of America in year 2000. He received an award for Best Motion Picture Screenplay which was later turned it into a television show called Lock, Stock.. The movie reached people around the globe which shows how popular it turned out to be.
Ritchie came out with a second film called "Snatch" was made to the public in year 2000. The film was uniquely known as "Diamonds" which was a comedy film. The cast included notorious actors such as Brad Pitt, Dennis Farina, Benicio del Toro, and many more. In 2002, Madonna played the role as Amber Leighton, who was an impolite, wealthy person who was stuck on an island with a sailor who disrespects her. This film is known as "Swept Away" which was a remake of the 1974 Lina Wertmuller hit "Swept Away".
In 2001, "The Hire: Star was a BMW Short Film Commercial which Ritchie played as the director. Guy Ritchie role was the executive producer for the film "Mean Machine" in year 2001. In 2002, he was the screenwriter and director in "Swept Away". Ritchie was the director and screenwriter for "Revolver" in 2005.
In 2007, his work was in television and directing for "Suspect". Ritchie was the screenwriter, producer, and director for "RocknRolla". In 2009, he directed the movie "Sherlock Holmes". Ritchie role was the director for "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows". In 2005, "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." was directed by Ritchie. He has received many awards for his duties, roles, and parts of his work that has been created and developed beyond measures.
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