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Silence (2017) Review!!!

Synopsis – Two priests travel to Japan in an attempt to locate their mentor and propagate Catholicism.

My Take – We all love Martin Scorsese… 1,662 more words

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Silence - Review

A devenit tradiție în ultima vreme ca în jurul trecerii dintre ani să avem parte de un film foarte anticipat care să fie lansat foarte discret și să atragă atenția celor care acordă statui în sezonul premierilor. 1,128 more words

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Oscar 2017 -Hacksaw Ridge | Review

“Bazat pe extraordinara poveste adevărată” este sloganul folosit până la plictiseală de filme pentru a atrage un public cât mai mare de cele mai multe ori, mai ales în filme cu temă istorică, ficțiunea și imaginația călcând în picioare adevărul și faptele reale, rezumându-se la minimul necesar pentru a-și spune povestea. 1,067 more words

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Silence

Release: Friday, January 13, 2017 

Written by: Jay Cocks; Martin Scorsese

Directed by: Martin Scorsese

Marty’s new film is so tonally different from what he last put out it made me feel like I was atoning for all those good times I had with Jordan Belfort and company in his Wall Street-based bacchanalian. 1,250 more words

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SILENCE - Rated R

SILENCE – Rated R – 2 hrs. 41 mins.

Starring Andrew Garfield, Adam Drive and Liam Neeson

Based on the novel by Shûsaku Endô, Director Martin Scorsese puts his mark on the remake of the 1971 film by the same name, as we follow two young priests determined to spread the word of Christianity throughout 17th century Japan…this is SILENCE! 424 more words

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Silence

Film Score: No Score-sese

I mean it, this film is getting nothing.

Silence is The Revenant with all the joy sucked out. It was directed by Martin Scorsese and stars Adam Driver and Andrew Garfield as Padre Garupe and Padre Rodrigues, 17th Century Jesuits on a quest to find their mentor, Padre Ferreira, in feudal Japan. 579 more words

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Silence

I write reviews by literally writing down what’s in my mind  after I’ve watched a film. After watching Silence, silence is pretty much all there was… 128 more words