Revolver (2005) – a Movie Review

Revolver is against the law drama written and directed by Guy Ritchie. The movie stars Jason Stratham as Jake Green, an ex-convict who decides to get revenge on his ex-boss Macha, performed by Ray Liotta. On his quest for revenge, Jake Green will get swept up in a game with two different con-artists Zach and Avi. Warning: my evaluation incorporates plot spoilers. Good article for everybody – Avoid the Disappointing Movie Experience – reccomendations by I am not a fan of this movie. I solely rented the film as a result of I am a fan of Jason Stratham. Huge mistake, Huge…I would love the last two hours of my life back. After being completely confused by the film, I checked out and now notice the movie is suppose to be some work of art that makes folks suppose. Whatever…I am easy. I favor films that designate every thing quite clearly. My take of the movie was that Zach and Avi were the two con-artists that have been next to Jake in solitary confinement for five years. They help Jake with his quest for revenge and assist Jake understand that revenge isn’t the answer and that you’re your own worst enemy. But I might be making stuff up because the movie isn’t totally clear on the plot. The plot and some of the scenes could also be tedious however the acting is great. Jason Stratham was wonderful even when he was arguing with himself within the elevator. He performs loopy very nicely. Andre Benjamin was a nice shock as Avi. I didn’t recognize him at first but now I acknowledge from Outkast. He is actually an excellent actor, significantly better then all the other singers turned actors. My favorite character is Sorter, the assassin with a heart of gold. The only good scene of the film is when Sorter decides to avoid wasting Jake’s brother and niece. That is the one scene that makes the film not an entire waste of time. Some of the scenes are shot very artistically, very stunning. Unfortunately the plot detracts from the good digital camera angles. Perhaps the director could have fastened that by making the movie a silent movie. At least he was good at product placement. I won’t ever take a look at a beer bottle the same means once more. I give the movie 1 out of 5 stars. The movie just wasn’t to my liking. I comprehend it has a cult following however I am just not into cults.