Irreversible is not a Film for the weak of mind, for the weak of heart, and especially not for the weak of stomach. It’s not a Film for the impatient, or the anxious, and it’s frankly not a Film fit for any personality type, but, somehow, its violence and corruption is somehow mesmerizing. It got off to an intense and seemingly bland start, but soon developed into a nauseating maze of a movie, resembling the style of Johnathan Nolan’s Memento. The backward scenes definitely play tricks with the viewers’ emotions; some things are revealed that change the tone of the movie completely and then something else is shown and things are all shaken up, no doubt, for the worse. Irreversible is a hectic and stressful Film that has a dark twisted sense of humor, and a creatively bizarre Plot line, but the genius is all in the execution- which is brilliant. Excuse the pun, but the effects of this Film are absolutely irreversible, so view with caution.