Revolver is coming to American theaters on December 7, in limited release. To celebrate this flick's American release, we have some great prizes to give away. You can win an official movie poster SIGNED by stars Jason Statham, Vincent Pastore and writer-director Guy Ritchie. I'd enter this as quick as possible, folks.

Winners Receive:

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- Official Revolver one-sheet poster, autographed by Jason Statham, Vincent Pastore and Guy Ritchie.

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Director Guy Ritchie (Snatch, Lock, Stock, & Two Smoking Barrels) brings you this dark, psychological thriller featuring an all-star cast of gangster movie icons including Jason Statham, Ray Liotta, Vincent Pastore and Outkast's Andr&#233 Benjamin. A sleek and edgy film about mastering the rules of the game, Revolver is set in the world of fast-talking, sharp-suited criminals with a psychological twist that your mind may not be able to handle...

Gambler and conman Jake Green (Jason Statham) always ran with a bad crowd and it cost him seven years in jail. After his release, Jake becomes unbeatable at the tables using a formula for the ultimate con that he learned from two mysterious prisoners. Now he is ready to take his revenge against Dorothy Macha (Ray Liotta), the man responsible for his jail time. Macha is plotting to eliminate his ruthless rival, Lord John, and has staked his credibility on a huge drug deal with the all-powerful Sam Gold. Jake visits Macha at his casino and humiliates him publicly in a game of chance. Macha fearing more of the same medicine sends his goons to "take care of" Jake. His life is saved by enigmatic Zack (Vincent Pastore) who, with his equally inscrutable partner Avi (Andr&#233 Benjamin), offer Jake protection. Against his better judgment, Jake accepts. He soon finds himself playing the very last game he wants to be playing, and there is danger at every turn. But the biggest danger of all comes from a totally unexpected source... himself. It gradually transpires the real conman is in his head.