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Review: The Revenant (+ video review)

The Revenant (+ video review)
12.23.2015
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PLOT: After being attacked by a bear and left for dead by his comrades, 19th century frontiersman Hugh Glass travels over 200 miles to seek revenge on the man who betrayed him.

REVIEW: It’s been a while since I’ve seen an actor put himself through almost literal hell the way Leonardo DiCaprio does in THE REVENANT. We’re always seeing thespians lose or gain weight for roles, engage in daring stunts, wear pounds of uncomfortable make-up, etc., but it’s not often we wonder just how genuinely unhealthy and dangerous the job was. In THE REVENANT, DiCaprio submerges himself in what must have been freezing water, he’s nearly buried alive, he’s brutally tossed around by (an admittedly computer-generated) bear, he falls down hills, he’s frequently shirtless in hypothermia-inducing climates, and the list goes on. DiCaprio does a lot with a little in the film, as his character ventures through many a harsh terrain to seek revenge at the expense of his own health and maybe even sanity.

DiCaprio plays Hugh Glass, legendary 19th century frontiersman who, it is written, dragged, hiked and simply willed his way across 200 miles of harsh American terrain to find the men who abandoned him as he was on death’s door after a savage attack by a bear. Said bear attack is dramatized in a most intense, grueling sequence by director Alejandro G. Iñárritu, who stages the moment so convincingly it’s hard to believe we’re not watching an actor nearly lose his life. But that’s  Iñárritu’s clear M.O. throughout THE REVENANT, as he seeks to relay the icy harshness of Glass’ tribulations as unsparingly as possible. As Glass staggers across the wilderness, we’re alongside him for some very miserable times indeed; and at two and a half hours, THE REVENANT is filled to the brim with miserable times.

Before his unfortunate encounter with the grizzly (just a mother protecting her cubs), Glass was part of a fur-trading expedition hiking along the Missouri River in 1823. The expedition, led in part by Maj. Andrew Henry (Domhnall Gleeson), appears to be going reasonably well in the film’s opening moments, but a sudden attack by “indians” thwarts the mission in a major way, killing a large number of the party with only ten men getting away with their lives. (This is a brilliantly staged sequence, utilizing several long takes that call to mind Iñárritu’s BIRDMAN although with substantially more arrows piercing chests and guns blowing off heads.) It’s soon after this nightmarish scenario that Glass gets mauled by the bear (he actually wins that fight, by the way!) and is reduced to a seemingly hopeless sack of shredded flesh and broken bones. Henry is determined to bring Glass along for the remainder of the group’s hike back to base camp, much to the annoyance of John Fitzgerald (Tom Hardy), a gruff malcontent already irked by the presence of Glass and Glass’s half-Native American son Hawk (Forrest Goodluck). (Glass was rumored to have spent a lot of time with the Native Americans, in addition to killing an American soldier in their defense.) When the group is no longer able to realistically carry Glass with them, Fitzgerald, Hawk and a young man named Bridger (Will Poulter) stay behind to either give the dying man a proper burial or wait out a rescue party.

The latter does not seem a likely option, and as he’s a man of little patience and considerable greed, Fitzgerald isn’t willing to wait for the stubborn Glass to expire naturally. When he goes to suffocate the man, Glass’ son attempts to stop the murder but is instead killed himself by the cowardly Fitzgerald, who soon after convinces Bridger to abandon Glass in a shallow grave. His unwillingness to die already established, Glass manages to crawl out of his crude burial place and begin his long, arduous pursuit of Fitzgerald and Bridger.

The remainder of the film is a slowly paced, often existential examination of Glass’ many trials as he braves the unfathomably cold elements. His mettle is further tested during encounters with the Native Americans who attacked his group in the opening, as well as a band of odious French trappers. We also occasionally accompany Fitzgerald and Bridger on their trek, allowing us brief insight into the mindsets of both men, with the younger man clearly more troubled with his actions than the older.

On the technical side of things, THE REVENANT is superb. Iñárritu and cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki present the film in frosty shades of blue and white, and as the latter reportedly shot the film using only natural light, the end result of their collaboration is nothing short of chilling. (Seriously, button up, because the freeze is palpable.) While the camerawork is always masterfully choreographed - the camera glides effortlessly up mountains and into raging rivers - Iñárritu allows a handful of instances for blood, water and fog to cloud up his lens, accentuating the you-are-there nature of the movie. There’s never a moment when the frame isn’t exuding both the glory and the danger of the untouched American frontier.

DiCaprio, as mentioned, gives every last bit of himself to the piece, his face consistently displaying a wide range of pain and discomfort. (Although his greatest bit of acting in the film is likely when he’s made to lie still and agonize while a great tragedy unfolds before him.) It may not be his best performance ever - I’m going to stick with THE WOLF OF WALL STREET for that - but the sheer pummeling he obviously takes is simultaneously unenviable and admirable. He’s probably going to win an Oscar for this, and while that may end up being for his impressive body of work as a whole, there’s no one who can say he doesn’t deserve the reward. If one of an actor’s primary jobs is to convince us they are one with the character they’re playing, Leo accomplishes that handily here.

Tom Hardy is also strong, although I find some fault with his accent, a Southern-sounding growl that resembles Jeff Bridges in over-the-top TRUE GRIT/RIPD/SEVENTH SON mode at times. As always, he’s a very imposing presence on the screen, and no less willing than DiCaprio to toss himself headlong into the muck for his craft. (After the unsparing productions of MAD MAX: FURY ROAD and THE REVENANT, I feel like Hardy deserves a timid climate to relax in for a while.) As the only other real supporting actors of note, Gleeson and Poulter are both solid contributors, sympathetic and convincing.

With all of these attributes, I still come away from THE REVENANT thinking its pleasures are mostly surface-level. I admire its beauty and the obvious difficulty that came with making it, but my emotional response to it is somewhat muted. Glass, as a character, is not all that interesting because we don’t know a lot about him, aside from what we glean from brief snippets of flashbacks. He’s persistent, yes, and we sympathize with him because we’re by his side as he goes through a hell that we wouldn’t even dream of, but do we actually care about him?  Iñárritu and co-writer Mark L. Smith give us little insight into the man, other than he’s almost supernaturally determined to survive.

It’s also a very long film; at two and a half hours, there are several sections where it drags. For the record, I have nothing against long films, as long as they hold my attention. As it must have really been, much of Glass’ journey is bereft of excitement, and we frequently find ourselves relegated to stretches where the movie slows to a crawl. It’s not always engrossing cinema, regardless of how good it looks. 

THE REVENANT is sure to divide film fans into several camps; I already know people who love it, I know people who really dislike it. I find myself in between, although I suppose closer to the former, because there are too many excellent moments to ignore. I appreciate what Iñárritu, DiCaprio and the rest of the team accomplished while still coming away thinking it’s more of a technical triumph than a dramatic one. 

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7:13AM on 12/28/2015
Reminded me of Valhalla Rising.
Reminded me of Valhalla Rising.
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6:08PM on 12/27/2015
Probably my favorite film in at least a few years, with the exception of the somewhat pointless addition of the weird subplot with his son... the story works (and works better) without it in my opinion. I guess the filmmakers felt that Glass needed more motivation than just being abandoned as he was in the "true-ish" story from the book. I wouldn't be opposed to a creative viewer Frankenstein-ing a cut that eliminates it entirely. All we'd lose out on is some really cringe-worthy over acting by
Probably my favorite film in at least a few years, with the exception of the somewhat pointless addition of the weird subplot with his son... the story works (and works better) without it in my opinion. I guess the filmmakers felt that Glass needed more motivation than just being abandoned as he was in the "true-ish" story from the book. I wouldn't be opposed to a creative viewer Frankenstein-ing a cut that eliminates it entirely. All we'd lose out on is some really cringe-worthy over acting by the son.
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6:29AM on 12/28/2015
SPOILER

Sub plot? I thought this was to give foundations to the relationship and the idea that Glass would do anything to protect him.

And some people have mentioned the lack of emotion. I really do not understand these comments. As there were moments of very endearing humanity amongst a very brutal environment. That segment where Glass and his Pawnee carer stick their tongues out to catch snow was very endearing.
SPOILER

Sub plot? I thought this was to give foundations to the relationship and the idea that Glass would do anything to protect him.

And some people have mentioned the lack of emotion. I really do not understand these comments. As there were moments of very endearing humanity amongst a very brutal environment. That segment where Glass and his Pawnee carer stick their tongues out to catch snow was very endearing.
7:39PM on 12/25/2015
Thought it was fantastic. A real cinematic experience.
Thought it was fantastic. A real cinematic experience.
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12:53PM on 12/24/2015
No emotional core? Bullshit. This film is dripping with ice cold revenge. I can relate to that. I want revenge after reading this spoiler filled review. The writer should be fired.
No emotional core? Bullshit. This film is dripping with ice cold revenge. I can relate to that. I want revenge after reading this spoiler filled review. The writer should be fired.
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4:19PM on 12/24/2015
I respectfully disagree. We spent so little time with these characters BEFORE the double cross, not to mention Hardy's betrayal had no emotional weight as it was telegraphed long before it happens. They spend so much time having Leo go on spirit walks with his dead wife that you begin to lose sight of the revenge take it started out as. At least it did in my eyes.
I respectfully disagree. We spent so little time with these characters BEFORE the double cross, not to mention Hardy's betrayal had no emotional weight as it was telegraphed long before it happens. They spend so much time having Leo go on spirit walks with his dead wife that you begin to lose sight of the revenge take it started out as. At least it did in my eyes.
7:46PM on 12/25/2015
Yeh I thought the film was more about survival, although for Glass it was probably more about just staying alive so that he had time to do what he needed to do.
Yeh I thought the film was more about survival, although for Glass it was probably more about just staying alive so that he had time to do what he needed to do.
12:33PM on 12/24/2015

This entire movie can be summed up with this:

Technically brilliant. Emotionally stunted.
Technically brilliant. Emotionally stunted.
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12:11PM on 12/24/2015

Star Vehicle

Like many Meryl Streep movies, this is a blatant attempt to win an Oscar. The depth of Leo's desire is punctuated by the misery he immerses himself in. I only hope he wins so that he will not be forced to put himself or the audience through something like this again. IMDB even has a special section on this film, so everyone is all in on Leo "finally" winning an Oscar. As noted above it will be a lifetime award as this is not his finest. He is best at preaching about climate change while
Like many Meryl Streep movies, this is a blatant attempt to win an Oscar. The depth of Leo's desire is punctuated by the misery he immerses himself in. I only hope he wins so that he will not be forced to put himself or the audience through something like this again. IMDB even has a special section on this film, so everyone is all in on Leo "finally" winning an Oscar. As noted above it will be a lifetime award as this is not his finest. He is best at preaching about climate change while traveling the world in private jets and limos while shaming the rest of the world on our destruction of the planet. I enjoyed Richard Harris's turn as "Bass" in Man in the Wilderness more.
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12:54PM on 12/24/2015
He's best at acting.
He's best at acting.
10:22AM on 12/24/2015

Stopped reading half way through

Is this a review, or a retelling of the entire movie?
Is this a review, or a retelling of the entire movie?
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9:28AM on 12/24/2015
This is about right. The film, whilst visually stunning, lacks any real character or emotional investment. I'm shocked critics are over looking that point in favor of its technical achievements. The movie is over long and definitely needed a trim in the editing. Tom sadly is given a stilted caricature to play, and there's no emotional weight to it. People shouldn't feel afraid to give their honest opinion about this film just because other critics are bowing to it in unison.
This is about right. The film, whilst visually stunning, lacks any real character or emotional investment. I'm shocked critics are over looking that point in favor of its technical achievements. The movie is over long and definitely needed a trim in the editing. Tom sadly is given a stilted caricature to play, and there's no emotional weight to it. People shouldn't feel afraid to give their honest opinion about this film just because other critics are bowing to it in unison.
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4:49AM on 12/24/2015

So. Much. Spoilers.

Hadn't I already seen it I would have been really pissed reading this review. Gave away half the film.

I'd probably give it a 8/10. I'm more impressed by the film then likeing it. Some amazing film-making.
Hadn't I already seen it I would have been really pissed reading this review. Gave away half the film.

I'd probably give it a 8/10. I'm more impressed by the film then likeing it. Some amazing film-making.
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9:45AM on 12/06/2015

THE REVENANT

After seeing the movie, I recommend reading the book. I haven't seen the movie, but the way it sounds their not going to show when Hugh Glass was captured by pirates working for Jean Lafitte. He was held on Galveston Island when he came across his rifle. When he work for the fur trading company the other men especially Fitzgearld admired the rifle and wanted it. Can't wait for the movie, I hope it has the same feel and energy as Jeremiah Johnston.
After seeing the movie, I recommend reading the book. I haven't seen the movie, but the way it sounds their not going to show when Hugh Glass was captured by pirates working for Jean Lafitte. He was held on Galveston Island when he came across his rifle. When he work for the fur trading company the other men especially Fitzgearld admired the rifle and wanted it. Can't wait for the movie, I hope it has the same feel and energy as Jeremiah Johnston.
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12:47PM on 12/24/2015
"After seeing the movie, I recommend reading the book. I haven't seen the movie, but the way it sounds their not going..."

What the hell? Have you seen the movie or not?
"After seeing the movie, I recommend reading the book. I haven't seen the movie, but the way it sounds their not going..."

What the hell? Have you seen the movie or not?
2:48PM on 12/24/2015
I think he has not... Yet...
But he did read the book (and YES, a lot is missing from it in the movie) !
So he says 'after (YOU) seeing the movie, I recommend (YOU) reading the book'
I think he has not... Yet...
But he did read the book (and YES, a lot is missing from it in the movie) !
So he says 'after (YOU) seeing the movie, I recommend (YOU) reading the book'
7:03AM on 12/05/2015

Spoilers!!

Welp, another movie spoiled by joblo. You guys need to learn how to review a movie and not rehash the whole plot then say whether you like it or not. If so a least gives us a damn warning.
Welp, another movie spoiled by joblo. You guys need to learn how to review a movie and not rehash the whole plot then say whether you like it or not. If so a least gives us a damn warning.
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9:32AM on 12/05/2015
Agreed! I was reading the review for a while and then had to snap myself out of it and stop reading, because I realized the writer was listing off the entire plot, scene-by-scene. WTF? Who does that? This isn't supposed to be an imdb or wikipedia movie synopsis. It's a movie review, for people who haven't seen the movie, who are deciding whetherr it's worth seeing. Why the hell would you spoil the entire movie for the reader? I guess the only reason you would do that is that you aren't smart
Agreed! I was reading the review for a while and then had to snap myself out of it and stop reading, because I realized the writer was listing off the entire plot, scene-by-scene. WTF? Who does that? This isn't supposed to be an imdb or wikipedia movie synopsis. It's a movie review, for people who haven't seen the movie, who are deciding whetherr it's worth seeing. Why the hell would you spoil the entire movie for the reader? I guess the only reason you would do that is that you aren't smart enough to come up with an opinion and analysis... So all you can do is rehash every detail of the story. It's like an unintelligent high school student, who can't think critically, trying to write an essay on a book. He just replays every plot point from the story. Maybe to prove he read the book? And to fill the required number of pages? Unbelievable. Yeah, next time, put a warning at the top: "This will not be an actual movie review. I'm just going to describe the entire movie plot to fill the required space, to prove that I saw the movie, and to pretend I know how to write a movie review."
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3:39AM on 12/05/2015
This is the weakest review of the movie I've came across. The general consensus by critics is that the film is a triumph!
This is the weakest review of the movie I've came across. The general consensus by critics is that the film is a triumph!
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1:41AM on 12/06/2015
This is actually quite in line with reviews I am seeing and is the second one to call the emotions of the film stunted.
This is actually quite in line with reviews I am seeing and is the second one to call the emotions of the film stunted.
7:40AM on 12/06/2015
Both the guardian and independent both gave it 5/5 and it's sitting at 85% on RT so no the reviews aren't in line with this. And no offence to the reviewer but id take a review by mark kermode and real critics about a film like this over one from this site.
Both the guardian and independent both gave it 5/5 and it's sitting at 85% on RT so no the reviews aren't in line with this. And no offence to the reviewer but id take a review by mark kermode and real critics about a film like this over one from this site.
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1:59AM on 12/05/2015
Can't wait to see this movie! One of my most anticipated films of the year.
Can't wait to see this movie! One of my most anticipated films of the year.
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1:50AM on 12/05/2015
You say Tom Hardy's accent is over the top. Did you feel the same way about Woody Harrelson's character in True Detective?
You say Tom Hardy's accent is over the top. Did you feel the same way about Woody Harrelson's character in True Detective?
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6:38PM on 12/04/2015
Why couldn't we get the Chris Bumbray review?? He raved about it on twitter and I always tend to agree more with him than Walkuski. Haha, oh well. 7/10 isn't bad for such a divisive film. Can't wait to see it!
Why couldn't we get the Chris Bumbray review?? He raved about it on twitter and I always tend to agree more with him than Walkuski. Haha, oh well. 7/10 isn't bad for such a divisive film. Can't wait to see it!
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9:23PM on 12/05/2015
I read it this morning and it didn't even occur to me to check the byline. I just assumed it was Bumbray! Now I feel really stupid because I don't usually make that mistake. Hopefully he'll do one for this movie.
I read it this morning and it didn't even occur to me to check the byline. I just assumed it was Bumbray! Now I feel really stupid because I don't usually make that mistake. Hopefully he'll do one for this movie.
6:28PM on 12/04/2015
I enjoy this website, but sometimes the reviews simply make no sense to me. It's hard for me to believe that this film is only one point better than "Victor Frankenstein", worse than "The Night Before", and worse than "Krampus" [the trailer looks laughable]. No super disrespect to those films [I've seen two of them], but are you kidding me? 'The Revenant' trailer alone is better than 'The Night Before.' It looks to be a film where everything is seasoned [the directing, the acting,
I enjoy this website, but sometimes the reviews simply make no sense to me. It's hard for me to believe that this film is only one point better than "Victor Frankenstein", worse than "The Night Before", and worse than "Krampus" [the trailer looks laughable]. No super disrespect to those films [I've seen two of them], but are you kidding me? 'The Revenant' trailer alone is better than 'The Night Before.' It looks to be a film where everything is seasoned [the directing, the acting, cinematography, etc.], so I have a hard time trusting this review and am not putting much stock into it. Plus I've heard many other sites/critics give it glowing reviews, so I'll be watching this on Christmas day.
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6:03PM on 12/04/2015

Eddie Redmayne anyone?

Looking forward to this film and would love Leo to finally get his Oscar, but everyone seems to be forgetting about Eddie Redmayne and "The Danish Girl". Now, I will save my reservations until after I see Eddie's film (although admittedly I'm not too excited about it, just seems like this year's Oscar bait, but I said the same thing about "The King's Speech" and I ended up loving that film). I just feel Eddie's performance is the type that Academy members will vote for, especially with
Looking forward to this film and would love Leo to finally get his Oscar, but everyone seems to be forgetting about Eddie Redmayne and "The Danish Girl". Now, I will save my reservations until after I see Eddie's film (although admittedly I'm not too excited about it, just seems like this year's Oscar bait, but I said the same thing about "The King's Speech" and I ended up loving that film). I just feel Eddie's performance is the type that Academy members will vote for, especially with transgender issues being such a hot topic. I hope whoever wins, it's because of the performance and not the politics.
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6:14PM on 12/04/2015
Redmayne is completely upstaged by Vikander (who will take home an Oscar this year, mark my words) in The Danish Girl. Redmayne may get a nomination if the Academy is feeling generous, he definitely won't win though.
Redmayne is completely upstaged by Vikander (who will take home an Oscar this year, mark my words) in The Danish Girl. Redmayne may get a nomination if the Academy is feeling generous, he definitely won't win though.
12:50PM on 12/24/2015
Transgender people are suffering from mental illness.
Transgender people are suffering from mental illness.
5:22PM on 12/04/2015

Still seeing it in theaters

Other reviews I've read have nothing but kind words, so I'll still be seeing this opening day.
Other reviews I've read have nothing but kind words, so I'll still be seeing this opening day.
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5:05PM on 12/04/2015
Based on the run time and how the movie supposedly slogs through much of it, I think I'm going to skip this in theaters and wait for dvd/blu-ray. If it receives glowing reviews on the whole that might change my mind, but now I'm thinking this movie's achievements lie only in the technical aspects of film-making and the actors commitments and sacrifices to the project.
Based on the run time and how the movie supposedly slogs through much of it, I think I'm going to skip this in theaters and wait for dvd/blu-ray. If it receives glowing reviews on the whole that might change my mind, but now I'm thinking this movie's achievements lie only in the technical aspects of film-making and the actors commitments and sacrifices to the project.
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4:32PM on 12/04/2015
Awesome review. DiCaprio looks in top form (like always) and am glad to read that the hype around this film is worth the wait. The film looks gorgeous and very refreshing in that the time length probably won't be an issue.

And if this is indeed the role and film that gets Leo his long overdue Oscar, I think the only competition comes from Fassbender, and Hanks for Steve Jobs, and Bridge of Spies.
Awesome review. DiCaprio looks in top form (like always) and am glad to read that the hype around this film is worth the wait. The film looks gorgeous and very refreshing in that the time length probably won't be an issue.

And if this is indeed the role and film that gets Leo his long overdue Oscar, I think the only competition comes from Fassbender, and Hanks for Steve Jobs, and Bridge of Spies.
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4:52PM on 12/04/2015
Don't discount Tom Hardy himself for LEGEND and Bryan Cranston for TRUMBO. I suspect Cranston is going to be DiCaprio's biggest competition on Oscar night.
Don't discount Tom Hardy himself for LEGEND and Bryan Cranston for TRUMBO. I suspect Cranston is going to be DiCaprio's biggest competition on Oscar night.
4:53PM on 12/04/2015
Did you even read the review? This was a very lukewarm reception to the movie. Just look at the last several paragraphs. The writer basically says that this movie works on a surface and technical layer but doesn't have a strong emotional or dramatic core. That's not exactly meeting the hype that surrounded it. Even the rating (7/10) is below expectation.

Also, where do you get that the runtime won't be an issue? "It's also a very long film; at two and a half hours, there are several
Did you even read the review? This was a very lukewarm reception to the movie. Just look at the last several paragraphs. The writer basically says that this movie works on a surface and technical layer but doesn't have a strong emotional or dramatic core. That's not exactly meeting the hype that surrounded it. Even the rating (7/10) is below expectation.

Also, where do you get that the runtime won't be an issue? "It's also a very long film; at two and a half hours, there are several sections where it drags . . . It's not always engrossing cinema, regardless of how good it looks." That reads as if the time might actually feel it's length, which is not very refreshing.

If you spared 3 minutes to watch the video, you would have heard even more reasons to be concerned: he calls it "good, but not great" and says it's about 30 minutes too long. Not at all what excited audiences were anticipating.
5:23PM on 12/04/2015
lmao. I'm also confused, the writer says the movie is meh, and soloist says, WOW im glad it matches the hype,

lol wtf?
lmao. I'm also confused, the writer says the movie is meh, and soloist says, WOW im glad it matches the hype,

lol wtf?
3:40AM on 12/05/2015
Jesus!
Jesus!
4:32PM on 12/04/2015

7/10?

A little discouraged by the review. Either way I can not wait to see this!
A little discouraged by the review. Either way I can not wait to see this!
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4:31PM on 12/04/2015
Damn. I really thought this was going to get a 10/10. I meam c'mon! It looks like a fuckin masterpiece!
Damn. I really thought this was going to get a 10/10. I meam c'mon! It looks like a fuckin masterpiece!
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