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THE REVENANT (THURS, FRI, SAT FEB 4, 5, 6)

In the 1820s, frontiersman Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) is brutally    ate  General  Sanford  Smithers  (Bruce  Dern).  What  follows  are attacked by a bear and left for dead deep in the uncharted American  squabbles, violence and gunplay wilderness by members of his own hunting team.  123 more words

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Review:  The Revenant

Early on in The Revenant there is a spectacular scene in which Leonardo Di Caprio wrestles a ravenous bear. Man’s subservience to nature is so clearly illustrated. 491 more words

David Rank

The Revenant

While exploring the wilderness in 1820, Hugh Glass (Leonardo Dicaprio) is attacked by a bear and sustains serious wounds to his body. Thinking he’s not going to make it his team leave him and he must fight to survive to make it back to his family. 291 more words

Drama

The Revenant Review

BRUTAL, AMBITIOUS,

AND CINEMATICALLY ARTSY

Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu emerged from Mexico City as he ventured across Europe and Africa as a young man and inspiring his imagination to become a filmmaker. 1,361 more words

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THE REVENANT (2015): Great Movie, The Trailer Did Not Lie

Alejandro González Iñárritu is the director of The Revenant, a much talked about movie with a brilliant cast. Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Will Poulter and Domhnall Gleeson to name just a few. 214 more words

Adventure

Crazy Eyes review trailer

‘Crazy Eyes’ is kind of a love story but one you just know is not going to have a happy ending. It is the tale of the relationship between a Los Angeles drunk and the woman he drinks with, but never manages to sleep with, no matter what angles he pulls. 457 more words

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The Revenant (2015)

After much-needed recovery, here’s my review.

In the 1820s, Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) leads a group of fur-hunters to look for fur to bring back. Most of these guys are just doing this so they can bring back a little money for themselves, even though they aren’t making all that much to begin with. 754 more words

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