Every rough-and-tumble British gangster picture to find success in the states in the 2000s owes everything to Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. This movie tells the story of a group of friends who try to rob a gang that lives next door after they lose a small fortune during a card game with another powerful crime boss.

Where's the comedy? It's all in the words. These are some sarcastic, mean-spirited sons-of-bitches who can't help but be hilarious, even when they're trying desperately to play the tough guys.