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Reviews Featuring Leonardo DiCaprio
An original tale bringing out the best in a stellar cast, more than making up for the ever-so-slight impression that theres been a mad rush to squeeze as much of the books content onto the big screen as possible.
Good. Gangs of New York is like a really good looking (but boring) date. You hope there's some sugar waiting for you if you persevere, but you've got to get through three hours of monotony before you reach it. And like a boring date, there's not enough substance here to bring you back for a repeat performance.
James Camerons masterwork appeals to audiences of all ages, genders and tastes - however, some people may find the romance too sickly and contrived.
Offers us something different from the usual (and increasingly tiresome) gangland matter, but the end product is confusing, muddled-up and far, FAR too long. Any fans of DiCaprio out there (well, it takes all sorts) would be much better off picking up a copy of the vastly-superior Catch Me If You Can.
In this stunning period biopic, Scorsese exposes the American dream to the law of gravity.
A comedy-drama that gives you food for thought.
Good movie, good movie, wherefore art thou good movie?
Ridley Scott plus Russell Crowe plus Leonardo DiCaprio plus political intrigue and action equal a thoroughly engaging thriller that will hopefully find more success on DVD than it did in theaters.
It doesnt leave you feeling particularly optimistic about love, but Revolutionary Road is well acted and directed, and its good to see Winslet and DiCaprio together again, even like this.
Another Scorsese classic, its not the horror film it was touted as, but thats OK, because its just plain good.
Like an attractive newsreader, Inception is intelligent, pretty and makes you think, which is a novelty nowadays in the world of the blockbuster. An extremely well-executed heist movie with a twist and another success for Christopher Nolan.
For once it's a remake of an excellent international offering that seems worth it thanks to Scorsese doing what he does best and a wonderful ensemble cast.
An African adventure with a heart and a questionable accent. Definitely, more fun and less depressing than watching an informercial, bru.
A generally enjoyable film that fails to kick on after a rollicking first half. Spoiler: Quentin Tarrantino should never, ever speak in an Australian accent ever again.