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The Revenant
The frontiersman, Hugh Glass, who in the 1820s set out on a path of vengeance against those who left him for dead.

The Revenant

26 Feb, 2016
2 hrs 38 mins
21,456 votes
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The Revenant is an immersive and visceral cinematic experience capturing one man and his epic adventure of survival and the extraordinary power of the human spirit. In an expedition of the uncharted American wilderness, legendary explorer Hugh Glass is brutally attacked by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team. In a quest to survive, Glass endures unimaginable grief as well as the betrayal of his confidant John Fitzgerald. Guided by sheer will and the love of his family, Glass must navigate a vicious winter in a relentless pursuit to live and find redemption.
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Great film has the power to convey the unimaginable. We sit in the comfort of a darkened theater or our living room and watch protagonists suffer through physical and emotional pain that most of us can`t really comprehend. Too often, these endurance tests feel manipulative or, even worse, false. We`re smart enough to ``see the strings`` being pulled, and the actor and set never fades away into the character and condition. What`s remarkable about Alejandro Gonzalez Irritu`s ``The Revenant`` is how effectively it transports us to another time and place, while always maintaining its worth as a piece of visual art. You dont just watch ``The Revenant,`` you experience it. You walk out of it exhausted, impressed with the overall quality of the film-making and a little more grateful for the creature comforts of your life. ...Read full review
It`s man versus bear. And bear wins. Or does it? Early reports of Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu`s intestine-straighteningly brutal and beautiful new western thriller The Revenant have understandably focused on one quite extraordinary scene. Nineteenth-century fur trapper and frontiersman Hugh Glass, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, encounters some bear cubs in an eerily quiet forest and then hears the snuffly-wet sound of their parent behind him, a grownup grizzly who has gained a broadly correct impression of Glass`s overall intentions. The ensuing scene is one of horrifyingly primal violence, a brilliantly conceived CGI-reality cluster, during which I clenched into a whimperingly fetal ball so tight that afterwards I practically had to be rolled out of the cinema auditorium. ...Read full review
The first thing youll notice are the trees. They spring from a placid body of water and stretch all the way to the heavens, beyond the top of the screen. Next, the natural sunlight catches your eye, as Oscar-winning director Alejandro Inarritu (Birdman, Babel) and his Oscar-winning cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki (Gravity, The Tree of Life, Children of Men) immerse us, instantly, in a serene forest setting. Its all so beautiful, a peaceful watercolor of an opening that wraps around your field of vision and invites you to step through the scene and appreciate the natural beauty photographed by the lens. ...Read full review