4. Revolver (2005 – Guy Ritchie)
In the past two decades, Guy Ritchie has established himself as one of the greatest, most inspired cult movie directors in history. This renowned French-British production tells the story of a notorious gambler being tricked into a jail sentence for a crime he didn’t commit and then having a price placed on his head over a legitimate poker win. The screenplay is philosophically compelling, while its execution is daring in its sometimes vivid, sometimes stale color-scheme.