A befuddling ending is hardly the only perplexing choice by the filmmakers of "The Turning," the latest update to the 19th-century horror novella "The Turn of the Screw" by Henry James, a man we could say is now "turning" in his grave, but we'll spare you the pun.

Guy Ritchie's honor-among-thieves meta-caper "The Gentlemen," with Matthew McConaughey, has all the tailored tweed suits and smoky atmosphere of a handsome scotch commercial. "The Gentlemen" might not be an ad, but Ritchie's film is most assuredly selling something.

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A befuddling ending is hardly the only perplexing choice by the filmmakers of "The Turning," the latest update to the 19th-century horror novella "The Turn of the Screw" by Henry James, a man we could say is now "turning" in his grave, but we'll spare you the pun.

Guy Ritchie's honor-among-thieves meta-caper "The Gentlemen," with Matthew McConaughey, has all the tailored tweed suits and smoky atmosphere of a handsome scotch commercial. "The Gentlemen" might not be an ad, but Ritchie's film is most assuredly selling something.

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