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Directed By: Alejandro González Iñárritu
Written By: Mark L. Smith, Alejandro González Iñárritu
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20th Century Fox – Official Site

A frontiersman on a fur trading expedition in the 1820s fights for survival after being mauled by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team.

Fresh Reviews for “The Revenant”

In every aspect, a technically impressive film. [Full review in Portuguese.]

This is the film that DiCaprio has been waiting for and one that is sure to finally win him that elusive Oscar.

Although the film works as a visceral experience, on the whole it’s a frustrating mess.

The Revenant runs for a shade over two and a half hours, yet nary a minute feels wasted… Such beauty almost beggars belief, even as it reminds us what cinema-as-storyteller does best.

It’s probably time to admit that Iñárritu has a loud voice but not much to say with it.

While the visuals of The Revenant are amazing from any angle, the argument is soft and ends up feeling like a pretext to justify the succession of beautiful frames. [Full review in Spanish]

A tale about violence and survival that didn’t need so much visual aid to be told, all that spectacle adds little to nothing to the story. [Full review in Spanish]

While the visuals of The Revenant are amazing from any angle, the argument is soft and ends up feeling like a pretext to justify the succession of beautiful frames. [Full review in Spanish]

Covered in animal fur, a long beard, and snow, and uttering desperate grunts in lieu of words, he gives the film a crucial dramatic trust and the mythic tinge that the title – a French word for a person who reappears after a long absences – suggests.

The culmination doesn’t deliver any burning revelation, but the long, bloody crawl through frozen hell ultimately becomes a contemplation on man and morality outside the confines of a law-bound society.

This film is sure to be noticed at Oscar nomination time.

Is it realistic? Sure. But does that make it something you want to see? I say no.