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  1. Beautifully told sorry. Script is amazing, not made in a mainstream way. Direction is great. The movie is definetly worth watching. This filmBeautifully told sorry. Script is amazing, not made in a mainstream way. Direction is great. The movie is definetly worth watching. This film will be something I will not forget. Full Review »
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  3. A nonsense movie with no purpose but to insult Arab culture , It's
    unexpected movie from Tom Hanks , Big fail as always using media to lie
    A nonsense movie with no purpose but to insult Arab culture , It's
    unexpected movie from Tom Hanks , Big fail as always using media to lie
    now using movies to deliver a bad lies about Arabs . shame on Hollywood
    movies industry
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  4. 10
    A funny, somewhat macabre comedy-drama-mystery that's fresh in virtually every regard. With an excellent cast, an engaging narrative thatA funny, somewhat macabre comedy-drama-mystery that's fresh in virtually every regard. With an excellent cast, an engaging narrative that continually keeps viewers guessing and a deliciously twisted sense of humor, this underrated indie production pushes a lot of buttons about what we should expect out of art in general (and movies in particular). This offering certainly won't appeal to everyone, but, for those who enjoy cinema that pushes the envelope, this one is definitely for you. Full Review »
  5. 9
    Martin Scorsese takes us back in time to a blood-filled and corrupt America in 'Gangs of New York', a story about a young man's revenge duringMartin Scorsese takes us back in time to a blood-filled and corrupt America in 'Gangs of New York', a story about a young man's revenge during a violent time in the city, and his discovery as to who he really is.

    The story begins where we see a man named Priest Vallon (Liam Neeson), the leader of the "Dead Rabbits" as he goes to war with the Natives led by the evil Bill "The Butcher" Cutting (Daniel Day-Lewis). The fight ends with Bill ultimately killing Priest, leaving his son, Amsterdam, to run away, vowing revenge on The Butcher.

    Years later, Amsterdam (now played by Leonardo DiCaprio), returns to New York, still planning his revenge. He runs into a former childhood friend named Johnny (Henry Thomas) who takes him to Bill, who doesn't recognize the now older Amsterdam. Bill welcomes Amsterdam with open arms into his group, and sees that Amsterdam is a worthy addition to his gang. Amsterdam also runs into a snitch named Jenny (Cameron Diaz), she has had some history with the Butcher, and seems to also not be very fond of him either.

    Scorsese does a good job re-creating the aesthetic of 19th Century America, this is a rich, lively, blood-filled take on a more violent and corrupt America. Daniel Day-Lewis steals the show as the menacing Butcher, he has the sharp charisma to pull it off very well. DiCaprio also does a good job to play the dark and damaged young hero, driven by revenge and hatred, he has the sympathetic charisma to pull that role off well.

    The film can get melodramatic from time to time, and some of the scenes involving the structure and some of the fights can feel messy and scrambled. But, Scorsese packs a punch and directs it with such focus. This may not rank with Scorsese's best efforts, but it's one many fans of the director should see.
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