Where to watch The Gentlemen

How to catch the big screen pub yarn.

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Georgia Dixon
Nov 27, 2020
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Matthew McConaughey. Charlie Hunnam. Henry Golding. Michelle Dockery. Jeremy Strong. Eddie Marsan. Colin Farrell. Hugh Grant. With a cast that good, The Gentlemen was always going to be a hit. One of the last flicks to hit the big screen before ‘rona came and destroyed our cinematic fun, it’s like a tall tale you might hear down at your local, but brought to life in exquisite (and hilarious) detail by Guy Ritchie.

The film follows American expat Mickey Pearson (McConaughey) who, after years of running a successful and highly profitable marijuana empire in London, decides it’s time to cash out. Word travels fast, and soon, a contingent of shady characters come out of the woodwork aiming to get a piece of the pot pie through a series of devious plots and schemes.

How to watch The Gentlemen in Australia

Option 1: Prime Video

At $9.99 it’s one of the cheapest streaming services currently available in Australia, but Amazon Prime Video certainly punches above its weight when it comes to content. From critically-acclaimed original series and a constantly rotating catalogue of blockbusters (The Gentlemen among them), it’s quickly becoming one of the most popular entertainment destinations in Australia.

Option 2: Rent of buy

Prefer to keep things old school? As long as you’ve got an iOS or Android device, Mac, PC, Chromecast, Apple TV or compatible gaming console, you can watch The Gentlemen for a small fee (usually under $7). At the time of writing, it’s available on Amazon, Google Play, Microsoft, YouTube, Fetch and Telstra TV.

Option 3: Foxtel Now

If you’re already subscribed to Foxtel Now, go ahead and start streaming The Gentlemen! However, if you’re not a current customer, we’d recommend Binge over Foxtel Now. While it doesn’t have The Gentlemen, it has most of Foxtel’s other titles (including HBO exclusives like Game of Thrones and Succession). Plus, you can grab a free trial if you’d prefer to try before you buy.

Georgia Dixon
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Georgia Dixon
Georgia Dixon has over seven years' experience writing about all things tech, entertainment and lifestyle, with bylines in TechLife magazine, 7NEWS and Stuff.co.nz. In her spare time, you'll find her playing games and daydreaming about good food, wine, and dogs.

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