The strength of SNATCH though, is it's fantastic cast; Benicio Del Toro, Statham, Pitt, Dennis Farina, Alan Ford, Jason Flemyng, the incomparably cool Vinnie Jones and a bunch more waltz across your screen and Ritchie manages to make the most out of each one of these guys' screen time. Pitt is the most recognizable face and his turn as an incomprehensible gypsy bare-knuckle fighter is another notch in what is perhaps the most versatile actor of his generation. Looking great as usual, even with a couple of weeks worth of beard, a couple of gallons worth of beer and some crazy tattoos, Pitt delivers yet another performance that will knock your boots off. Another highlight is Farina, who teams up with Jones to hunt down the lost diamond and provides his usual dry humor with enough gusto to make you look forward to every second he spends on screen. I could go on but this great ensemble cast would take pages and pages to fully consider. Think PULP FICTION, only fun and fast-paced and starring up and coming actors as opposed to wash-ups.
The film has the same slick type of quick pace, quick cut look as LOCK, STOCK with some really cool angles and some really innovative camera work. It looks a bit like a music video you'd see on MTV but without the crappy music you'd hear on MTV. It actually has an incredibly cool soundtrack, although it does feature a brief clip of one of Madonna's (Ritchie's hack wife) early hits and even though some may find the heavy English accents a bit hard to understand, you can always take comfort in the fact that even the English can't understand the gypsy! So pop this in, pour yourself and you friends a pint and get ready to laugh, worry, shake your head from side to side and most of all, get ready be very, very entertained!
Following that is a storyboard to film comparison featuring three scenes in the film. I usually like these things on any DVD but even more so when the scenes are actually fun. Snatch is characterized by really quick cuts and edits and some of those fast-paced scenes are used in this. Very slick. In addition, you can see more coolness in the video photo gallery. It's your basic photo gallery but you don't have to manually scroll through, it does it on it's own, thus the "video".
As far as deleted scenes go, you get six in here, each funner than the rest, including one where Vinnie Jones takes a whizzer in one of Brick Top's goons' pocket. That same scene also features some pretty cool interaction between Alan Ford and Dennis Farina, two guys you don't want to mess around with longer than you have to.
Promotional material is also included in the form of two trailers, one US and one UK and three US TV spots. Cast filmographies are also on the menu.