OPERATION FORTUNE: RUSE DE GUERRE REVIEW, CAST, RELEASE DATE, TRAILER

Elite assassin Orson Fortune is tasked with finding Greg Simmonds, a billionaire arms dealer, and preventing the sale of a lethal new weapon technology he is using. Fortune and his crew reluctantly enlist Hollywood’s biggest movie star, Danny Francesco, to assist them on their world-saving quest after joining up with some of the best operators in the world.

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Operation fortune: ruse de guerre cast :

Jason Slathan, Aubrey Plaza, Kaan Urgancioglu, Bugzy Malone, Hugh Grant, Josh Hartnett, Cary Elwes, Lourdes Faberes, Eugenia Kuzmina, Sam Douglas, Eddie Marsan, Bestemsu ozdemir, Max Beesley, Conor Macneill, Ergun Kuyucu, Peter Ferdinando….

Operation fortune: Ruse de guerre Release date:

6 January 2023

Director: Guy Ritchie
Producers: Jason Statham, Guy Ritchie, Ivan Atkinson, Bill Block, Steve Chasman
Production companies: Miramax, STX Entertainment
Screenplay: Guy Ritchie, Ivan Atkinson, Marn Davies
Distributed by: STX Entertainment
Music director: Christopher Benstead

Operation Fortune: Ruse De Guerre Trailer :

Operation Fortune: Ruse De Guerre Review :

Statham and Hartnett both gave outstanding performances. Aubery Plaza and Hugh Grant were both excellent. Who knew Hugh Grant was the villain everyone needed? Whoever knew was Guy Ritchie.
The movie’s pace was easy to follow, and the plot was fairly well-developed. No, it’s not snatching or locking stock, but it’s not attempting to be. Without a doubt, I have the impression that the movie has been somewhat modified to account for the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Evidently, this is why it was set aside for more than a year. then Avatar was also launched at the same time. Whose brilliant manoeuvre was that?
The villains’ Ukrainian heritage appears to be less of a focus than it was in the first teaser.
I believe there was some material left on the cutting room floor, so hopefully the original cut will be released in the future.
Overall, a terrific film that isn’t as gritty as Ritchie’s earlier gangster movies but isn’t trying to be. The only reason I didn’t give it five stars is because I felt like there was about 5 to 10 minutes of scene establishing missing somewhere. I could be mistaken, but I couldn’t place what it was.

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