GET TO THE BOAT
Just fucking left the theatre and i am fucking rock hard.
10/10 Bravo Mexican Man
God damn that was a good film
GET TO THE FUCKING BOAT SENPAI
>That fucking bear clawing apart le Leo. Is the most disturbing thing I have ever seen
OK I guess that sort of makes sense
I feel like during an attack by the Sioux you probably have better things to worry about than killing the horses before the Injuns get them
overall it was a fantastic film though, I really loved it
The Revenant is quite simply the worst thing to happen to cinema this year. Its forced profundity has caused critics all over America to force themselves to like what is quite simply nothing more than an exercise in style.
Iñárritu has no idea what he is doing here. His film jumps around with little to no sense of unity. The great film makers of the world create a series of events that contain clarity of information, something Iñárritu couldn't bet his life on.
What is the purpose of what is going on here? Is there any coherent message? I have heard suggestions that it is Iñárritu's message about the failure of humanity, but what failure is that? Does Iñárritu even know?
This is Transformers for the art house crowd. Pure style over substance. Nobody actually likes this film, they just like to be seen liking it.
I actually really disliked it as well. The ridiculous ways he survived the many obstacles he encountered took me out of the "hyper-realistic" violence and setting that was the rest of the movie. Most of those things he survived seemed gratuitous to me; i.e. the horse and cliff scene. I also like what you said about the movie lacking purpose. I was bored by the plot after he was left for dead. I get it, it's a revenge story. However, my experience may be marred by the fact that I reluctantly went to see this because my family wanted to. I did think the acting was good and the first 20 minutes was dope. The movie just wasn't for me, I guess.
Why did they alter the real story?
I'd much prefer to see actual events than dramatization
>To prevent gangrene, Glass laid his wounded back on a rotting log and let maggots eat the dead flesh.
>on one occasion he was able to drive two wolves from a downed bison calf, and feast on the meat.
>Glass later learned that Fitzpatrick had joined the army and was stationed at Fort Atkinson in present-day Nebraska. He traveled there as well, where Fitzpatrick returned his stolen rifle. Glass reportedly spared Fitzpatrick's life because of the penalty for killing a soldier of the United States Army.
He didn't have a son, either