Special features include a commentary track by Writer/Director Guy Ritchie and Editor James Herbert; the following featurettes: The Game: The Making Of Revolver (25 minutes), Revolver: Making The Music (14 minutes), and The Concept: An Interview With Writer/Director Guy Ritchie and Editor James Herbert (16 minutes); seven deleted/extended scenes; four minutes of outtakes; a photo gallery; a four-minute music trailer; and previews.
Jake Green (Statham) is a grifter and hot shot gambler who has just been released from prison and is out for revenge. Macha (Liotta) is the cold-hearted gangster responsible for the death of Jake
The anamorphically enhanced 2.34:1 DVD shows an inconsistent picture quality, with blacks that can be solid, or not, and details that can be nicely resolved, or not. Shadow delineation generally is good, but when the black levels are elevated, the image can look very flat with poorly developed details in the shadows. Colors can be nicely saturated with natural balance, but there are times when colors are somewhat washed-out or overly contrasted. Whites can also bloom at times. Pixelation is also problematic from time to time, and edge enhancement can be noticed at times, but it is very minor. (Danny Richelieu)
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