The acting is impeccable and the cinematography and directing is truly memorising. However it all feels wasted on such a long, overdrawn and predictable story line. I found myself waiting for it all to end, which it does eventually, just how you thought it would.
visually stunning and great acting all round. i wonder if it'll be enough for leo to finally get that oscar
One of 100 movies you need to see
I really dont understand why people are hyping this movie so much. Its way too long, has lotsa logic mistakes and on top of it all, this thing cost 135 million dollars to make? Wow. Ridiculous. Great acting by Tom Hardy, average acting by Leo DiCaprio. You could feel he just did something like this to win the Oscar finally, after pretty much every other type of story and film didnt bring him the desired trophy...
The story is not particularly original at all, nor is the eventual outcome with few surprises in the plot. Whether or not awareness of the production of the film is key in appreciating its value is a matter of debate. But, regardless, this is still a stunningly beautiful film to watch. From the opening shots of hunters walking through a river to the final moments, the film revels in the scenery and locations. There is a wonderful fluidity to the movement of the camera as well that is perhaps best shown in the opening action beats - it might feel like showing off to some, but it lends an immediacy and tension to the sequence as the audience shares in the confusion. In addition, all the support performances are great, but DiCaprio commands every scene he is in and ensures that the audience cares about his character’s journey, tried and tested though it is. He may not be the first actor to put himself through genuine difficult real-world elements to produce a stronger performance, but that doesn’t lessen the impact nor should it take away from the film.
3.75/5. I walked out of this one saying to my friends, "that was pretty good for a 10 hour film." It was a long film that wanted you to feel the length. At times, that made it feel appropriately epic, but at others that made it feel like it was alternatively being indulgent or spinning its wheels. The Revenant started strong and ended fairly strong, but had a lot of fat in the middle.
But if there's one thing it deserves credit for, it's the cinematography and production. There are so many beautiful images throughout the film, whether it be a swooping shot of a snow-covered vista, or the slow lurch of the camera as it follows Glass crawling across the ground, or the Saving Private Ryan-esque battle sequence near the beginning of the film. It was visually arresting from the word go, even if the story and pacing couldn't always keep up.
Oddly enough, the film I found myself thinking about while watching The Revenant was Mad Max: Fury Road. Both feature a fairly straightforward narrative intended to impart broad themes, but make their bones with their visual storytelling and sensibilities, bolstered by strong individual performances that vary from the depictions of quiet strength to bombast. To that end, both films eschew exposition and narrative complexity in a bid to allow the images and the performances to convey the story.
There are certainly parallels between DiCaprio in The Revenant and Hardy in Mad Max, both playing largely silent, wounded animals who are haunted by their pasts. And the key feature in each is the aesthetic choices made by the folks behind the films, where both Miller and Inarritu communicate their themes most forcefully in the visuals they craft rather than dialogue, despite notable moments in both films where the characters' lines hit the major ideas of the film in a less-than-subtle manner. There are obviously significant distinctions between the two films in areas like tone and pacing, and Inarritu and Miller have different goals and styles, but they go about accomplishing and employing them in a strikingly similar fashion.
That said, I wasn't particularly blown away by DiCaprio's performance here. It was good, there's no question, but I've more or less had my fill of DiCaprio playing these intense, perpetually perturbed men with something in their past gnawing on them. He knows how to play those notes well, but I'm just kind of inured to it at this point. By the same token, the film includes too many vignettes of Glass's survival, with many of them being too long as well. Many did little to advance the narrative or the character (the big exception being Glass and his Pawnee companion catching snowflakes in one of the film's most endearing moment), which is fine in small doses. Giving the audience a chance to just spend time with a character can work toward making them invested in his fate when the time for the narrative fireworks come. But a lot of those scenes in The Revenant felt like indulgence or even just fumfering around. They were a part of the film that cried out for a montage that never came.
Hardy, on the other hand, does a fantastic job at Fitzgerald, who sells the character's attitude and role in the story almost from the minute he's on the screen, and makes Fitzgerald's nigh-heartless, mercenary pragmatism and his open racism feel lived-in and true to the character from the getgo.
Inarrito spends a lot of time seizing on a fairly simple theme, represented with his wind and tree metaphor, and building up an elaborate, somewhat pretentious infrastructure around it. There's value in simplicity in story and theme at times, but it feels like he's trying to take something straightforward and telescope it out to unsupportable complexity and weight here, and the film suffers for it.
Overall it's a generally good, but rarely great movie, with some serious and stultifying missteps in its lengthy, middle act. It's consistently a feast for the eyes, and the visual storytelling is close to impeccable, but the ideas involved are fairly shallow and trumped up, and the performances can only do so much to make up for its flaws.
The trailer alone looks fucking amazing. I know that DiCaprio is great at picking good gigs, so you know this is going to be great. Not to mention Alejandro González Iñárritu.
Transcendent, punishing, rewarding, beautiful, astonishing, grisly, brilliant, and cathartic. Just give Leo the Oscar already.
Simply outstanding movie and acting!!
The bear really deserves an Oscar!
A deary long movie that was totally and utterly implausible. Nobody on earth can survive swimming in freezing water in the middle of winter, get out soaking wet and immediately light a fire.
Hmmm. Not sure what all the hype is about. Decidedly average
"My heart bleeds. But revenge is in the creator's hands".
The Revenant is set in the 1820s, in the uncharted wilderness of America, Hugh Glass set out with a hunting party on an expedition. Glass was mauled by a bear and left for dead but through sheer will and to get back to his family, Glass survived - but that wasn't the only thing on his mind as he set out to payback the men who left him behind.
I remember last year around January time when I saw the two images for The Revenant, with Leo holding a Kentucky Flintlock Rifle looking like he's not playing around. Those two images straight away caught my interest. I then found out it was directed by the magnificent Alejandro González Iñárritu who did the Oscar wining "Birdman" (a movie that I personally loved). The Revenant quickly became my most anticipated movie of 2015, as I was looking forward to this movie more than Star Wars, and yes I said it. And after finally seeing the movie myself, I can safely say that I was not disappointed. The Revenant is one of the most stunning, brutal, intense, grizzly movie experience I've ever had. The movie isn't for everyone, but I loved it.
Alejandro González Iñárritu is starting to become my 3rd favorite director working today, because he's such an old school director when it comes to storytelling by the use of art. There's been a lot of drama happening behind the scenes of this movie, with the weather stopping the production or if someone made a mistake while filming, the crew must stop for the day and wait until tomorrow, because one mistake could lose a lot of day light for a scene (It was shot in natural lighting). One of the studios suggested that the movie should be shot using computer generated to make things much easier, but luckily Iñárritu said no to the idea by stating, "If we ended up in greenscreen with coffee and everybody having a good time, everybody will be happy, but most likely the film would be a piece of shit." And after seeing the movie I gotta say that it was the perfect decision, because it's very rare for a director today to take that risk and avoid what the studio says. Yes there are some CGI scenes, but the way that the animated effect's blended together with the practical effect's is handled incredibly well. This is one of the best directed movies I've seen in 2015 and I know Iñárritu already won an Oscar already, but I hope he wins another one for this, because never before have I seen a revenge tale presented so unique and utterly magnificent.
I respect Leonardo DiCaprio as an actor, but in this movie, he sleeps inside of a dead horse naked and eats raw food from animals, now if this doesn't get him an Oscar, nothing will. He's performance in this movie is what a call 'a silent performance', because Leo barley has that much lines in the movie and the only time he dose get to talk is in a different language (which Leo has said it was tricky to learn the language). DiCaprio has proven time and time again that he's more than a pretty face, but in this movie I only saw Hugh Glass, not DiCaprio. That's my biggest praise I have to give to Leo, as he had to deliver all the emotions, the pain and the tortured soul that Hugh Glass. All of that was all through his face and eyes and trust me when I say this, but it's not easy as you think. We are so use to seeing Leo as the angry, pretty boy billionaire in every movie he's in, but in this movie I thought he was fantastic. He played the man who lost everything. With very little lines he had, he still manages to make a powerful performance that's so far his best. I really hope Leo gets an Oscar for this.
Tom Hardy also gave an Oscar worthy performance in this movie. I've heard that some people had trouble understanding him in this movie (or just in everything that he's in really). Sometimes I didn't understand what he said but for the most part I did. But all that a side, I still think he was fantastic in the movie. He really added a lot to his character, because sometimes you understand the things that he dose in movie and yes the things he dose in the movie are wrong, but in a rough environment that these people are in, you would likely do the same. I'm not sure if he would get in for best supporting actor, but I hope he dose.
I'm running out of things to say about Emmanuel Lubezki breathtaking cinematography. The camera work and how he makes the camera feel like a character of it's own is seriously impressive. Lubezki captures nature on film, that shows it's beauty and it's unpredictable surprises. The people running the Oscars should just give Lubezki his third Oscar right now, because he's going to take that third trophy home.
For flaws I had with the film it that some of the character logic towards the end of the movie didn't make that much senses to me. And that's it.
Overall rating: "The Revenant" is one of most intense and stunning movies I've seen in 2015. The score is haunting, the editing was top notch and that bear attack scene was just terrifying. I mean how the hell did they do that? I don't know about you, but I honestly can't stop thinking about this movie. It's one of those movies that sticks with you after it's over and it isn't going away anytime soon.
Very good movie. The cinematography is awsome like the acting of all of the cast (and we can see the inspiration of Tarkovski). If DiCaprio is obviously very good, Tom Hardy isn't far away behind !Inarritu give us a movie at high level, when you see this you can understand how the shoot could be hard. Like for "Birdman" some shoots like dream add a psychological mood as Malick can do ( and sometimes the shoots are like his shoots, we can think about "Red line" or "Tree of Life", of course it's because of the really good cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki who work before Innaritu for Malick).The story is simple but it's not a problem, you have to the see this in an other way as usual, like for "Birdman" or "Babel". On some point it can be appeared to the Western genre (story, character, place....). So it was spectacular in term of art cinema (not like the blockbuster) but some people can don't like it : it's an Inarritu's movie !
The trailer shows the motivation for Leo's revenge and a scene of actual revenge. Between these two, you get 2 hours of Leo surviving into the wilderness.
Good movie about survival, not the best movie about revenge, I might say.
This movie is amazing.Bravo DiCaprio!! He was incredible.Can we give him the Oscar now?? Please??
I can not imagine how the location had to be difficult, great acting !
If you like harrowing movies, this one is for you. Pure survival. The movie is very gory. I like how it shows a more accurate depiction of the Indians. They were not nice friendly natives like Pocahontas. They were brutal. Have the fast forward button ready!
Camera work was phenomenal, but why wasn't I blown away??? I started getting this sinking feeling.
I only showed up for Tom Hardy
Gran película. Alguna parte floja, pero en general una atmósfera bien desarrollada y buenas interpretaciones.
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Frontiersman has a comically shit year against an overwhelmingly beautiful backdrop.
The cinematography is truly stunning but, wow, harrowing much?
Well ok the screenplay has few sluggish parts that end up breaking the pace of the storytelling, but the good parts compensate for what remain the only weakeness of this movie. Acting is great, and for whatever may concern the technical merts, lets just say that the attack opening sequence alone could have been more than enough to get a mention for cinematography, photography, editing, etc.Revenge, is the purest of sentiments.
a very calm adventures with satisfaction of cinematography
Great acting and very nice landscapes and visuals - also there are at least one scene in there I will never forget - involves a horse...
The Oscar for Leo was well earned, as are the ones for directing and camera. Yet it isn´t among the best pictures I´ve seen. It´s not boring but it´s very slow paced with very little dialogue over long stretches. The whole tension comes from the wait for Glass to take his revenge on Fitzgerald but since you already know that will happen it isn´t much tension in the first place. And the whole side story with the indians is almost neglectable. Half an hour less might not have been a bad thing.
Very long, raw and violent with di caprio not having for the best performance in contrast with Hardy which was pretty good. No plot or story line, predictable and a bit boring in some parts.
Familiar story, uniquely told. Beautiful and brutal with top notch acting. One of my favorites of the last couple of years.
Andrew Henry: Is it true you killed an officer?Hugh Glass: I just killed a man who was trying to kill my son.
Excelentes actuaciones tanto para Leo como de Tom Hardy, gran apartado visual que cautiva totalmente, además de una banda sonora a la altura. Tipica pelicula de venganza, pero que al final te deja una grande lección con esta frase "La venganza está en las manos de Dios... no en las mías." Recomendada y necesaria de verla para que vean porque se ganó el Oscar en las categorías que lo hizo.
I really enjoy this film and Leo's performance...
A fotografia do filme é realmente incrível
The movie is good. The cinematography is probably the best I've seen in cinema. It truly brings new life to this art. Every frame of the movie could be transformed to a nature photo gallery. The acting is also impeccable especially Tom Hardy and Leo DiCaprio who are the pinnacles in this movie. The only downside is the story. It's a story understandable just from the trailers because it's fairly simple. They tried to bring new elements of the "meta-world" to fill but it failed.
Anyway, it's still a great movie to watch (in cinema). There are (still) great artists in Hollywood!
LO BELLO DE LA VIOLENCIA.
Lo que a muchos pueda parecer improcesable, infumable, inevolucionable, a mí me ha parecido un espectáculo. Es que es justo lo inevolucionable de los personajes (que mantienen el mismo carácter hasta el último minuto de sus actos), lo que me ha dejado queriéndole como “obra maestra hipster”. Una historia tan simple, que para los 20 minutos iniciales te la sabes. Pero no es éste el elemento que deba arrebatarle el atractivo bien merecido que va más allá de los notables aspectos técnicos. Hablando de estos: ¡LUBEZKI, ERES PRODIGIO! Este hombre te arranca el corazón desde el primer fotograma. Increíble, tanto en lo estático como en las abundantes escenas de acción, ejecutadas con una brillantez inigualable. Tomas panorámicas que nos hacen testigos presenciales, desde el centro de la acción y también los detalles que la rodean. La cámara se mueve por donde quiere y se mancha de sangre, agua o vaho. Paisajismo, todo perfectamente ambientado y con unas localizaciones preciosas.
Hugh Glass, un personaje de pocas palabras que obliga al ya varias veces maltratado por la Academia –y por el oso-, Leonardo DiCaprio, a sacar a flote su estupenda faceta actoral. La mugre, los trozos de carne desgarrada, la sangre, todo le sienta bien a DiCaprio. Quién lo diría… una interpretación física era lo que se debía pagar por ese óscar (casi seguro) tan anhelado. En este punto no me encuentro en disposición de deliberar si el “ecce homo” que aquí compone será mejor o peor papel que otros por los que ha sido sistemáticamente ninguneado, pero un merecido descanso, con estatuilla en mano o no, debe concedérsele al pobre Leíto.
Amigos míos, nos encontramos ante un wéstern gore donde no hay blancos buenos e indios malos, ni hay indios buenos y blancos malos… es sólo gente intentando sobrevivir en un ambiente inhóspito, carente de honor y justicia, preñado de represalia, supervivencia y sed de sangre por lo que la humanidad misma acarrea con sus actos. Eso sí, innecesariamente larga (guión casi inexistente que pudo contarse en menos tiempo) para los que perseguimos el desenlace aun cuando no se ha llegado siguiera al acmé.
Alejandro, otra vez a un paso de la perfección.
¿Sobrevalorada? Le invito a darse un buen baño.
Marvelous acting, mesmerizing cinematography and immersing music. Glass (DiCaprio) lives up his name as "the revenant" as he struggles through the pain and hardship to the end of the movie. The music is particularly impeccable. It's always able to bring me back to the film's atmosphere just by listening to them - the cold, hard, depressing winter, the emotional struggle of survival and revenge.
However the characterization seems to lack a further... depth. We know Glass is so determined and Fitzgerald (Hardy) is cunning, opportunist prick (for Fitzgerald I knew it from the start, exactly when he started to make racist commentaries)--but their characterization stops there. There don't seem enough exploration on their motivations or dilemmas in achieving what they desire; it just feels a bit one dimensional. The plot is fairly simple and predictable, though that doesn't necessarily make it boring. Except for the last 30 minutes where everything seems to be a bit rushed to reach the climax.
Great camera. You can see how long record one scene. Amazing. And Leonardo and Hardy... Just Amazing.
Absolutely stunning movie, kept taking my breath away with every scene........simply has to be seen on the biggest screen available
Tom Hardy was really, really incredible, but Leonardo was magnificent. Astonishing perfomance!
Just saw this in IMAX and it was the experience of a lifetime. I almost sat there with my jaw dropped the entire length of the movie. This was as close to a perfect 10/10 you could come in my opinion, without it actually being a 10. I can not find any fault with it. The acting is just superb all the way and I really hope Leo gets his Oscar finally. The music was so haunting, it gave me chills multiple times.
But the cinematography and directing is what really stands out here. I have never seen any movie that looks and feels like this. It really is one of a kind. 9/10.
Visually stunning. The story is... raw, for the lack of a better word. This is the most raw, unfiltered movie I've seen. The story moves slowly at times, but the pay off is there, even if it might not be as loud as the climax in the Star Wars might be. It's a movie about life and death, and the cyclic, tender, fleeting nature of it.
Incrível! Boa adaptação, visualmente muito lindo, atuações ótimas. Sobre a luz natural é lógico que foino recurso para impressionar a academia, no começo eu estranhei, mas depois achei que deu charme a mais.
A must see movie. A survival trip which has been never seen before and a stunning bear-attack scene. This scene is really one of the best ever. I wonder how do they film this.
After watching "The Revenant" I can definitely say it's fantastic. I've enjoyed every single other one of Alejandro González Iñárritu's films, so this one came as no surprise. What was surprising however was how brutal this film is. Now, most of his films have a certain degree of emotional brutality, however, the physical brutality in this film goes far beyond what you could prepare for.
What wound up selling all of this carnage is just how meticulously crafted it is from a directing standpoint. The action sequences in this film are so incredibly layered and complicated that it's amazing they pulled it off as well as they did. The scenery shown in this film is absolutely breathtaking and made all the more awe-inspiring by the film's amazing cinematography. All of the performances were pretty fantastic with no real complaints there even Leo who didn't have very many lines managed to show a lot of emotion.
The computer animated effects were used with the practical effects made it blend together so incredibly well helping Iñárritu prove that he is one of the most talented directors working today. I only had a couple small issues with the film, some of the character logic near the end didn't make the most sense and some of the dialogue didn't match up with certain characters lips, but these small issues are nothing in comparison to how amazingly everything else is presented.
This film is a great example that it's not necessarily the sequence of events that makes a great film, it's how those sequence of events are presented that makes a great film. The same story under a different director probably would not have turned out to be this great but thankfully we've got a lot of talent behind this one so I can't wait to see it again. Go see this one as soon as you can because it is pretty fantastic.
Revenant is all that it is cracked up to be; stunning visuals, fantastic score, and superb acting by many of the cast. Leo makes a standout performance, and is greatly supported by Tom Hardy and Domhnall. Only thing that prevents me giving this 10 stars is the length and the repetition. The film seems longer than it needs to be and I found myself getting bored as Leo's character, Hugh, is constantly finding himself on the brink of death all the while making his way to what we can assume is civilisation. There are only 2 outspoken references for Leo's reason for carrying on, and these are blink and miss it moments. As well as a couple of plot points that leave you wondering how that outcome was reached.Overall you will enjoy this at the cinema, not sure it's a take home on Blu-ray and re-watch kind of film, but it is certainly a film of 2016 you don't want to miss even if purely to marvel at the beauty of the setting.
Great camera work, stunning images, amazing acting. there's not a lot of dialogue in the movie, but most of it (the parts in English) I could have done without.
By far the best movie of 2015!! Wow, what a performance Leo did in this. Truly outstanding story and superb acting. If you get a chance to go see this movie, DO IT!! It really is remarkable!!
It's a really real movie. When you wacht is like be in there, into the movie. It's so deep and have a great acting. I really liked!
Fingers crossed for Leo to win the Oscar this time. The film is awesome. Truly fucken awesome.
picture 4.5 / 5 and sound 4.5 / 5. I was pleasantly surprised, those plans, that composition of scenes, that Leo that says so much talking little. That looks great on the big screen
From the big Di Caprio. The bear scene alone deserves to be seen. Of course, the movie does not boil down to 15 minutes. he must be seen. and if all the movies could be of caliber there, the cinema would be carried out could not be better. A masterpiece...
first 40 mins are great and then .....
I had to stop watching after an hour - the ipeccable acting and superb cinematography doesn't cover for the overdrawn and predictable synopsis nor does it make up for the fact that I couldn't take any more of it. I kept asking myself "so what?"
Long and boring with many unbelievable/impossible events.
Stumped as to how I feel about The Revenant... aka Leonardo DiCaprio and a Series of Unfortunate Events.
cold and depressing plus I agreed with the bad guy, only in Hollywood would Glass survive so they should have killed him.
«Quando c'è una tempesta e sei davanti a un albero, se guardi i suoi rami giureresti che sta per cadere, ma se guardi il tronco capirai quanto è stabile.»
Good, but not great. It is way too long and has a predictable story. But is a nice movie overall.
Beautifully shot, but the film is about an hour too long for the story. It drags ... badly.
Beautiful revenge piece, but doesn't really provide much in terms of story.
Pensé que me resultaría más densa e incluso aburrida pero ha estado bien. Lo único que no me ha gustado ha sido el final abierto.
A man's son is killed during the American frontier conquest, and he himself is left half-buried --- left for dead. He practically comes back to life (with help from a friendly native American) in search of his revenge. He eventually gets it --- though it takes so long that by the end one almost forgets that this is the whole point of his hardships in the wild of nature. Really, the movie is more about survival in the face of raw nature and hostile neighbors than it is about revenge. And the cinematography is absolutely amazing! But what is supposed to be the main plot is not that compelling: the revenge tale gets too lost within the survival tale.
WOW WOW WOOOOOW WAHT A MOVIE !!من النص ساعة الأولى قلت يستاهل ليو الأوسكار، والجوائز اللي خذها الفيلمابد ماتحس بالوقت و انت تتابع و لا فيه تمطيط، أداء توم هاردي بطل بطللل ماتوقعت إن ليو بيضبط دور الأب كذا :(
Please, just give me some "Jeremiah Johnson" right now :D
I'm a sucker for films with Leo in it, but this one wasn't his best. Great acting and storyline but it was way too drawn out. I almost fell asleep in the theatre multiple times.
Everybody in this movie dies from the simplest of wounds: gunshot, stabbing, arrows, etc., yet Leo can withstand bear attacks, falling off a cliff, going down a waterfall, falling through the trees, being stabbed, and having a giant bear fall ontop of him, and still keeps in pace with the guy who killed his son? Must be an Inception sequel. Great acting, very cold, but realism went out the window right after the bear attack. Would've loved to seen this with realistic qualities, but oh well. I'll give it a 6/10.
Not bad but....... The bear would have ripped him a new arse.
The Revenant was a fine movie, not great, but fine. The movie would have been so much better when they shortened it by at least 45 minutes. To win an award, you simply need to spit and mumble all the time like Leonardo did. Predictable story, but loved these environment shots. 7/10
Nice movie but it's one of those "one-time enough" movie. It's really long, too long, sometimes boring. 120 minutes would be enough. Don't expect much and you'll be fine :) I expected too much and was a little bit disappointed.
Bored. Absolutely bored to tears!
honestly the movie is WAY to long for the inevitable, how many times can they show footage of a mountain or a creek or something other boring? 1 hour in i found myself utterly bored, stupid bear could've done us all a favor and kill him. Only reason i kept on watching is for Tom Hardy, he's truly an amazing actor.
Trim some of the fat and it would be a 10/10. As it stands, it's more of a 7.
como puedo ver la pelicula ? hay que pagar , como ?
One more time the performance of Leonard DiCaprio is brilliant but honestly there´s no complexity in the story itself so i'm affraid this won't help leo winning the oscar.
Not very good plot, but huge acting by Di Caprio and impeccable cinematography.
Great acting, great scenarios. The only thing missing was a Henki Dama from Gokú to see if it would be enough to kill him.... Otherwise great movie.
I loved this film. The actors were great. The locations were awesome!!!! You must watch this film!!!!
oh, how dramatic...fighting for survival, crawling and rather eating raw meat. But in background more than one campfire, and cooked meat would give the body more calories. Also near death cannot move & cannot do anything about the killing of the other guy and attemped murder on himself in the beginning, later as he is alone no problem with walking and such stuff. The movie is trying too hard to impress the audience instead of being realistic dramatically.
Sound and picture perfect. And no comments needed on Leo, hope he get his Oscar this time.But still there's something bothering me, can't put my finger on it though. It may be that it's just to long, for me.
But truly a movie worth seeing.
i am waiting so much
When I click on the various links I get a different movie.
Me encantaron los efectos y la imagen, sin embargo, sigue sin gustarme la dirección de la película. Quizas porque no me gustan los trabajos de Alejandro... Igual espero que Leo gane su Oscar por actuación esta vez porque la película estuvo hecha para él.
Movie very good visually, with Alejandro G. Iñárritu brand visible in those long plans. However, the film is too long for the story that counts. Too bad Leo, but I think it will not be this year that you will win the Oscar...
Roteiro bem fraco, mas o que salva o filme é o Di Caprio