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Academy Award Nominated
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84th Academy Awards Nominated
Academy Award Best Cinematography Winning
Academy Award Best Cinematography Nominated
Academy Award for Best Production Design Winning
Complex's 100 Best Movies Of The Complex Decade
National Board of Review Award for Best Film Winning
November 23, 2011
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Not a bad movie, but I hope Martin Scorsese doesn't make a habit out of making movies like this.
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Visually stunning but nothing else. Very boring film. Like the nods to Melies. It just moves to slowly.
Extremely boring, I fell asleep watching it
Watched it with my 8-year-old kids and we all enjoyed it. Much better than I expected. Scorsese's made far more boring movies than this one: "Shutter Island", "The Color of Money", "Kundun", "The Aviator" ... and I can only imagine how boring "The Last Temptation of Christ" must be. Take me with a grain of salt though, I'm the guy who defends the Doctor Who story "The Web Planet" based on how it was inspired by Méliès.
How fucking Martin Scorsese make it ?Not a bad film, was very good, but goes against the Scorsese style.
Some people thought that this movie is a story about a kid but it really isn't that. This movie is a tribute to the golden age of cinema which is something no one would expect but Martin Scorsese pulled it off well in this film.