A masterpiece woven with beauty and gore.
Information about the movie, at the bottom of the post
This is the perfect movie for Leonardo DiCaprio’s haters – his character gets mauled by a bear, crawls in pain for a good portion of the movie, and goes through a lot of extremely nasty situations and conditions. And just as haters are starting to feel kind of satisfied, he achieves his goal… because that is what haters deserve On a more serious note, DiCaprio proves once again he’s good at what he does. A little bit more surprising is the flawless performance of Tom Hardy – I really hope he wins some awards for it. He made Fitzgerald (his character) believable, despicable, yet human – really good work, I was impressed. The story is profoundly masculine, and this would almost be an action movie (and a rather hollow one) without the solid base of visual excellence and the breeze of grace that keeps asperities in check, making the movie fluid and turning it into a masterpiece. I don’t think most people would identify with the main character, nor do I think it is a particularly entertaining movie; however, it is so well made, well performed, well put together, artistic and beautiful, that I highly recommend it
Consistent and coherent execution of the artistic vision.
Just a little more depth and dialogue might have balanced this movie to perfection.
Would I see it again? – Yes
My Rating (1 to 10): 9.5
Be grateful for the times we live in and the comfort we often take for granted. We may have a lot of problems, but we also have Internet access, computers, central heating, medicines, toilet paper, and also lower chances of surviving in the wild
Information about The Revenant
Year of release: 2015
Director: Alejandro G. Iñárritu
Writers: Mark L. Smith, Alejandro G. Iñárritu (screenplay); Michael Punke (novel)
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson, Will Poulter, etc.
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