• Miles Hardman

    ½ Watched by Miles Hardman 17 May, 2015

    "It's the colour green that is the friend of your enemy that is the gold of the game that is hidden in plain sight..."

    Guy Ritchie throws together elements of The Usual Suspects with the philosophies of something like The Machinist, but makes something so incomparably, irredeemably bad that it's probably an insult to those films to mention them in the same breath as Revolver. To top it all off, it has a final third that is the longest, most self-righteous garbage I have ever seen, followed closely by its other two.

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  • Joe Hastings

    ★½ Watched by Joe Hastings 10 May, 2015 3

    A film with interesting ideas that ultimately falls flat on its face.

    There's an interesting style to this film that intrigued me at first with its not so subtle twists in the narrative. However, the final act and ultimate conclusion was rather uninspired. I was willing to give this film a chance, but twist after twist just failed to measure up. It seemed like the director was trying to make a simple plot into lethargic philosophical nonsense instead of a…

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  • Bryan Colley

    Added by Bryan Colley

    Aside from $12 bills and an orange Ray Liotta (playing a character named Dorothy), this Guy Ritchie film offers nothing of interest. Jason Statham is practically invisible with a full head of hair. Snatch is Pulp Fiction compared to this garbage. Ebert really nails it: rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071206/REVIEWS/712060303/1023

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  • Luke McGrath

    ★½ Rewatched by Luke McGrath 25 Apr, 2015

    Almost good but inevitably overblown and preposterous.

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  • MasterPike

    ★★★ Rewatched by MasterPike 13 Apr, 2015

    Why is this film so reviled? It's actually a great, stylish gangster film with a surprising message about self mastery - why not? Why can't a film maker like Guy Ritchie make a gangster film with an interesting message about challenging the ego? If a film maker takes a risk like this and we tell him to fuck off (box office wise or critical reception), how can we expect cinema to continue to evolve and challenge us? I, for one,…

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  • Paukzen

    ★★ Watched by Paukzen 22 Jan, 2013

    Dvix

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  • Zé Walderico

    ★★★½ Added by Zé Walderico

    Guy Ritchie é um otimo diretor, até agora todos os filmes dele são ótimo! Esse não foi diferente

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  • Jesús Placencia

    ★★★★ Watched by Jesús Placencia 14 Mar, 2015 2

    I loved this film the first time I saw it. I had given it 9/10 stars. After this rewatch, I have to rate it 8/10. I just think the whole film is excellent, but the ending wasn't handled very well. The only thing about the end that bothered me the first time is the psychiatrists speaking at the end; but I had loved everything else.

    I still think this is superbly made, and most of it is just fantastic. There…

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  • nicktday

    ½ Rewatched by nicktday 16 Feb, 2015

    Being generous I could just about say this has a somewhat intriguing, if not great start but soon becomes lost in it's own web of... whatever the fuck it is. Such a messy, over egged, over acted piece of ugly nonsense. Guy Richie should be grateful he ever got work again.

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  • Valtteri Lepistö

    ★★ Watched by Valtteri Lepistö 03 Mar, 2015 5

    Guy Ritchie isn't exactly the favorite among critics and I can definitely see why. Many times it feels like his films are trying to reach something just because they want to be cool and different. But I have honestly starting to like his style and the weird energy that fills his cinema. Revolver is weird and stupid and can't reach any emotional levels but somehow it still stays enjoyable. It feels like a film which could have been born if…

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  • Greg Harrington

    ★★ Watched by Greg Harrington 23 Feb, 2015 1

    There are a lot of different elements in this film that I like. And I wish I liked this film. I really do. It has Jason Statham, con artists, multiple personalities, some initial intrigue and a lot to work with. The issue is it doesn't quite come together. Guy Ritchie films seem to work best at hyper-speed, so as to prevent the viewer from growing bored and to keep things entertaining. Revolver slowed things right down, and everything seems to…

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  • Jasmine 🎬

    ★★ Watched by Jasmine 🎬 21 Feb, 2015

    Trust guy ritchie and luc besson to write one of the most confusing films I've ever seen. I'm still not even sure what was going on.

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