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Rated R for violence, language and some nudity.

R In Theaters 12/7/2007 , 115min.
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Critic score based on 21 reviews

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May 06, 2011
This movie mentally discombobulates everyone who watches it,I have let 10 people see this movie and they all have 10 different mind boggling opinions of what happened,I SEEN IT @ LEAST 20 TIMES AND I'M STILL CONFUSED TO THE EXTREME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
October 04, 2010
Nah, is one of the best movies i've seen, for sure in my top 10 list ... don't miss it
May 22, 2008
What a terrible movie, has to rate as one of the worst films ofthe last ten years. How can a film with so many greatactors turn out to be so bad? Ritchie's first two films were good, no exactly the Godfather, but were entertaining. Whathe is trying to achieve with this film escapes me? For those who enjoyed Ritchie's earlier work, buy LayerCake instead, which was directed by his best friend.
May 22, 2008
Ok granted comming up with a new twist for the Mob is getting ..well lets just say difficult, and yes we the People need more(somthing?)But come on just what the Heck was the purpose behind the disjointed mis(directed) unpurposful two hours of ? it solved ...Nothing, it showed...Nothing, and garnered ...yes at lest you now know the ending of this story...

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The New York Times
By turns clever, impassioned, incoherent and silly. Full Review
Desson Thomson
Washington Post
Its main purpose -- and no, you are not experiencing ocular breakdown -- is spiritual. Full Review
Gregory Kirschling
Entertainment Weekly
The movie butts up against the director's newfound pretensions -- pseudo-philosophical voice-over, psychobabble, faux-art-film plotting -- and turns incomprehensible. Full Review
James Berardinelli
Surprise of surprises, Revolver turns out to be worse than "Swept Away" - and not just by a little bit. Full Review
Kevin Crust
Los Angeles Times
The result is a film that's main crime is inducing stupefying boredom with little payoff in the end. Full Review

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