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Shutter Island is Very Good…Have Fun

Leo De Caprio Mark Ruffalo Shutter Island

Leo De Caprio Mark Ruffalo Shutter Island


BY STAFF

“Expert, screw-turning narrative filmmaking put at the service of old-dark-madhouse claptrap, “Shutter Island” arguably occupies a similar place in Martin Scorsese’s filmography as “The Shining” does in Stanley Kubrick’s.

In his first dramatic feature since “The Departed,” Scorsese applies his protean skill and unsurpassed knowledge of Hollywood genres to create a dark, intense thriller involving insanity, ghastly memories, mind-alteration and violence, all wrapped in a story about the search for a missing patient at an island asylum.

A topnotch cast headed by Leonardo DiCaprio looks to lead this Paramount release, postponed from its original opening date last fall to Feb. 19, to muscular returns in all markets,” says Variety’s Todd McCarthy

And Hollywood Reporter’s Kirk Honeycut agrees: A movie from Martin Scorsese that defies you to believe in what you actually see.

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