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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

Hacksaw ridge is not just another war movie.

Cast : Andrew Garfield,Vincent Vaughn,Teresa Palmer.

Director : Mel Gibson

Plot : Hacksaw Ridge is a biographical movie about Dessmond Doss,a medic with the US army.Dessmond Doss was a staunch follower of his religion,and refused to work on Saturdays and refused to hold the rifle.The movie is about his experiences with the US army and the WWII. 489 more words

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Top 5 Hollywood Actors of 2016 – A MovizArk Take!!!

While, I haven’t seen (yet) some critically well received films like Moonlight, Silence, Fences, 20th Century Women & Elle, (which I am sure would have affected my list), I have tried my best to bring down some of the best & worst to come out in 2016. 241 more words

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Andrew Garfield Suffers in ‘Silence’ for this International Trailer!! Check It Out!!

Synopsis – In the seventeenth century, two Jesuit priests face violence and persecution when they travel to Japan to locate their mentor and propagate Christianity. 14 more words

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Hacksaw Ridge (2016): The Brutal Mel Gibson Is Back

If you are reading this review you have probably seen The Passion of the Christ (2004) or at least heard of it and the controversy it stirred over the gruesome brutality Mel Gibson unabashedly portrays on screen. 431 more words

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