I watched a few movies this week, not all in one day just in case y'all are wondering. Revolver is I guess an attempt by Guy Ritchie to relive the glory of his lock/stock movie and his follow-up called Snatch. A few of the usual suspects are still present and once again, Jason Statham is the key player but in a very different kind of setup. For some reason, it seems the sharp, witty story and snappy camera angles are not used for an amusing crime caper but rather to create a complex world of characters and situations. I must admit, I had the characters figured out less than half way through, heck it was probably 1/3rd the way, but I kept watching. The ending was a little flat but the situations Statham continuously finds himself in were quite well thought out and presented. There are some scenes, such as the car accident scene, which are really brilliantly put together and remind of a few "open your eyes" type sequences from the original matrix. The acting could have been better, the story sharper and teh dialogue more witty but, its still a very good movie IF you give it a chance. Don't expect the movie to be the same as the other 2 I listed because it is not. Jason Statham is not a classical actor but his eyes convey emotions better than any other actor out there I think and he makes a VERY believable gambler with a problem. All in all I thought it was a very good look at the inner-workings of a human mind. 3.5/5 OSNN stars.