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Guy Ritchie did a fantastic job of weaving a tight story and good stunts into just under 7 minutes. The editing, music (particularly the use of Blur's Song 2 and Wagner's Ride of the Valkyries), driving, and Clive Owen and Madonna's performances are stellar. And the very last scene will have you laughing for several minutes. Watch it once for content, then turn the director's commentary on again for some other insights from Guy Ritchie.
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