Watch
Revolver

Revolver

2005
Drama
Suspense/Thriller
1h 51m
Your probable score
Avg Percentile 41.69% from 1751 total ratings

Ratings & Reviews

(1751)
Compact view
Compact view
Rated 20 Jul 2008
50
17th
This movie can be summed up in five words: What the fuck just happened? Now, sometimes that can be a good thing, ala The Usual Suspects, unfortunately this isn't the case with Revolver. You can feel the pretentiousness oozing off the screen. There are many movies that have layers, and deeper meaning, but respect the audience and are good exercises in that type of storytelling, and as much as I wanted this to be one of them, it was not.
Rated 04 Jul 2008
99
50th
Revolver is a very complex film, and it is Guy Ritchie's true masterpiece. It is not Snatch, so if that is what you're anticipating, you may well be disappointed. You shouldn't be because Revolver spins circles around Snatch, in a good way. This film is mature and it requires your undivided attention. Attention not just focused upon the dazzling cinematography or the brilliance of the performances, but your focus must stay with the dialogue. Revolver is a psychological action thriller...
Rated 11 Jun 2014
100
97th
If you're looking for a movie to just pass time and entertain yourself with no exhaustion, then that movie isn't for ya, That movie has the potential to change the way you think forever, it took me 3 times to decipher the code, yeah and the third time i had a pen and a paper to write the quote and the ideas of the movie, it's a brilliant movie it's just not ordinary that' why it's very underrated.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
53
14th
What a mess.
Rated 31 Jul 2010
99
97th
Be careful that you watch a version that includes the entire movie. Some rips (and the cheap DVD that I bought online) are lacking the final scene with Ray Liotta by his indoor pool.
Rated 04 Sep 2009
50
1st
madonna effect! this movie is just a shame for guy ritchie
Rated 06 Sep 2010
75
39th
75
Rated 23 Aug 2009
30
19th
Good work from the cast, but it would be better if there were at least a chance of understanding the movie. Yes, even if you have to rewatch it multiple times, and think and ponder. But it's just a mindfuck.

Collections

Loading ...

Similar Titles

Loading ...

Statistics

Loading ...

Trailer

Loading ...