• Arf Ortiyef

    Watched by Arf Ortiyef 24 Apr, 2016

    it just kept getting stupider as it went on


  • Aaron

    ★★★★ Watched by Aaron 16 Mar, 2016

    Non-action Statham. Complex plot with a "different" message. Search by actor (t.co/QzHtXD1j) to find Instant options.


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  • guythebored

    ★★½ Watched by guythebored 22 Feb, 2016

    Terrence Malick è pretenzioso? QUESTO è un film pretenzioso, comprendente un paio di idee niente male, scritte molto male. Però per dio, bisogna premiare l'ambizione, sempre. Quindi nel limbo dei 2 e mezzo.


  • Jack Garrett

    ★★½ Watched by Jack Garrett 19 Feb, 2016

    Tried way too hard to confuse the viewer with the different cuts which caused it to be hard to work out what was actually happening and what was actually in the character's minds. Statham was honestly very good in his part throughout, his droning monologues were well acted but were just completely nonsensical. The lift scene was quite good but the loose end was never tied. That is the same for the whole story, it was well written in the…


  • thori

    ★★ Watched by thori 14 Feb, 2016

    Trotz einiger gelungener Momente war mir das zu verworren. Irgendwann denkt man, das man den Twist oder die Lösung erkennt um dann am Ende wieder völlig ratlos zu seien. Lag vielleicht mal wieder daran das LUC BESSON den Film produziert hat, wer weiß...
    MARK STRONG hat mir mal wieder am besten gefallen.



  • Agnis

    ★★½ Rewatched by Agnis 15 Feb, 2016

    This is the one I dreaded rewatching. In fact, I haven't attempted to rewatch it since I first saw it in the cinema.

    I am willing to dismiss Swept Away as a momentary lapse of judgement. Maybe temporary insanity. Possibly Ritchie just wanted to get laid some more with Madonna.

    This, I cannot dismiss. Because I can feel him trying, testing out the waters on something new and different. And I can respect that.

    But it just doesn't work. While…


  • FrenchExit

    Rewatched by FrenchExit 07 Feb, 2016 1

    There's a reason most filmmakers decline to discuss the meaning behind their films because exposing the artifice can reveal how shallow the original intent may actually have been.

    Guy Ritchie's commentary is a thing of awkward farce, when asked by his frankly sycophantic producer as to why certain colours/plot devices were placed in the story, he reels off hollow meanings that gold=power and red=anger, it's all chess y'know?

    The ending which spreads the themes so thick, is basically Ritchie holding…


  • Louis Gur

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Louis Gur 24 Jan, 2016

    How this film hasn't found its audience yet is beyond me. It is the only movie that goes in depth on what the human ego is and how it controls us. Sadly, because it is directed by Guy Ritchie most people will be going in expecting a comedy. This is by no doubt his best work and he even agrees himself. Revolver is a mind bending thriller featuring the best performance by both Jason Statham and Ray Liotta. It takes a few watches to fully appreciate, but once you figure it out you can't stop loving it either.


  • Stefan Novakovic

    ★★★★ Watched by Stefan Novakovic 23 Jan, 2016

    It's over-complicated and yes, somewhat pretentious, but it's also thematically rich and ambitious aaaand...

    Well, a couple of sequences approach cinematic nirvana with how they play with time and perspective. Seriously. The restaurant? The elevator? Fuckin' ace!

    So basically I dug it.


  • Matthew

    Rewatched by Matthew 11 Jan, 2016 2

    I still don't get it. Someone care to explain? I wanna shoot my brains out because my heads hurts from thinking about this too much.


  • Mark_Lemmond

    ★★★★ Watched by Mark_Lemmond 28 Dec, 2015

    This is easily Guy Ritchie's most ambitious film and his most interesting.