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Eh um Scorsese com ótimo elenco e uma história que parece ter bastante violência...ou seja..nitroglicerina pura...smiley32.gif

 

Pois é , é o Scorsese de volta ao submundo da máfia , tal como em Os Bons Companheiros e Cassino . O elenco é ótimo e , putz , uma parceria entre Scorsese e Jack Nicholson é boa demais para ser verdade ! Já deveria ter acontecido há muito tempo .Seria legal no futuro ver também Scorsese trabalhando com Al Pacino , outro grande ator que ainda não participou de um filme dele .<?:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

 

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Eh um Scorsese com ótimo elenco e uma

história que parece ter bastante violência...ou seja..nitroglicerina

pura...smiley32.gif

 

 

 

Pois

é ' date=' é o Scorsese de volta ao submundo da máfia , tal como em Os Bons

Companheiros e Cassino . O elenco é ótimo e , putz , uma parceria entre

Scorsese e Jack Nicholson é boa demais para ser verdade ! Já deveria

ter acontecido há muito tempo .Seria legal no futuro ver também

Scorsese trabalhando com Al Pacino , outro grande ator que ainda não

participou de um filme dele .

 

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Eh vero, a máfia, e esqueci de mencionar o Nicholson..o Di Caprio com certeza fará o irlandês.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Puts...Jack Nicholson dirigido por Scorcese já é motivo suficiente para assistir esse filme.Do elenco tenho dúvida da tal da Vera Fermiga' date='ela já fez o qsmiley25.gifTá supercotada,primeiro Anthony Minguela(Breaking and entering) e Martin Scorcese(The departed)[/quote']

Ela participou do remake de Sob O Domínio do Mal e ganhou um prêmio da crítica americana pelo seu trabalho em um filme chamado Down To The Bone .<?:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

 

 

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Puts...Jack Nicholson dirigido por Scorcese já é motivo suficiente para assistir esse filme.Do elenco tenho dúvida da tal da Vera Fermiga' date='ela já fez o qsmiley25.gifTá supercotada,primeiro Anthony Minguela(Breaking and entering) e Martin Scorcese(The departed)[/quote']

Ela participou do remake de Sob O Domínio do Mal e ganhou um prêmio da crítica americana pelo seu trabalho em um filme chamado Down To The Bone .<?:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

 

Tá com sorte ano q vem então...Vera Fermiga...

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Segundo o que dizem, este vai ser o último longa de ficção do Scorsese. Tomara que ele feche com chave de ouro. Quem sabe talvez a Academia pague o débito com ele em The Departed...

Marty Scorsese num filme de máfia com Jack Nicholson. Não tem como ser ruim. Pena que talvez fique para o fim do ano.

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Another Case of MRM (Marginal Remake Mania) Detected?!? Scorsese's THE DEPARTED Is "Typical", Says The Negotiator!!





Merrick here...











The Negotiator wrote in from a test screening of THE DEPARTED,
Martin Scorsese’s remake (sigh) of 2002’s HK thriller INFERNAL AFFAIRS.



This redux features Matt Damon, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson,
Mark Wahlberg, Martin Sheen, Anthony Anderson, and Alec Baldwin.



And this pedigree adds up to...? Mediocrity, according to The Negotiator.



Is it possible that even Scorsese can't beat the "We Shouldn't Be
Remaking So Many Damn Movies, Especially When We're Not Making Them
Very Well" curse that currently ails the industry, with no end in
sight?



Here’s The Negotiator's report…







SPOILERS AHEAD!!!











The Departed is a remake of the Chinese film “Infernal Affairs”
which came out in Asia in 2002. I.A is about two men that are ordered
to spy on each other’s organizations. One is a mole in the gang while
the other is a mole in the police. The film starred Tony Leung (Hard
Boiled, Hero) and Andy Lau (House of Flying Daggers). And typical of
Hollywood the film got remade with a big name director, Mr. Martin
Scorsese, and big name actors. But did all of this talent pay off?




Now this film has a major cast. Matt Damon plays the Andy Lau
character, the mole in the police, while Leo Dicaprio plays the Leung
character, the mole in the gang. Jack Nicholson plays the mob boss and
Martin Sheen plays the Captain character. Mark Wahlberg and Alec
Baldwin are also in the movie with minor roles and were my most
favorite characters. Anthony Anderson hot off the heels of his dramatic
roles in “Hustle & Flow” and a guest appearance on “Law &
Order: SVU’ is completely wasted in the film with a very minor role.
Now Leo and Matt give good performances and the characters somewhat
remain true to the core of the characters from I.A. Some new back-story
is given to Leo’s character which gets him the job of being the mole
which adds some depth to the character. One problem I had with the film
is that Damon’s character was a complete tool throughout the film.




Sure there were a few moments when he was likeable but for the
most part he was an ass. In I.A Lau was mostly likeable and by the end
of the film he was a changed man, which isn’t the case in The Departed.
Also Damon isn’t a big foil the Leo’s character. In I.A Lau was on the
mark but in The Departed it was just ‘meh’.



Simply put this film does some things a bit better that I.A but overall it isn’t a better film.



The Departed does add some more depth to the characters,
especially the mob boss played by Jack Nicholson, but it doesn’t
necessarily make the story any better. One thing the film does do is
that it stays true to the core story with a few minor changes. The
psychologist character that was in I.A, now played by the lovely Vera
Farmiga, is given a bigger role and is put in a love triangle with Matt
Damon and Leo Dicaprio characters. Also the story takes place in Boston
so they are some kind of annoying Boston accents throughout the movie.



One thing that the film does is make the mob boss character a
complete psycho who in one scene participates in a three way in which
one of the women is donning a strap on. Is this scene really necessary?
I was really disappointed with Nicholson’s performance as it was a bit
too over the top for me and it had a few too many comedic moments,
including his death scene.



Now those who have seen I.A may be dying to know if The Departed
stays true to the ending, and the answer is yes and no. Does Leo die at
the end like Leung, yes. Does Matt Damon survive to possibly become a
better man like Lau, no. After the funeral scene for Leo, Matt goes to
his apartment where he sees Mark Wahlberg who then shoots him. Now
Marky Mark obviously found out that Damon was the mole and wanted
revenge for his treachery. I don’t have a problem with this added
ending but as Damon’s dead body lies on the ground a massive rat
proceeds to nibble at the groceries that he dropped when he was shot.
This scene got a big laugh from the audience but I thought it
underscored the moment with too much black comedy.



Another thing about the film is that it just felt a bit typical.
It was really nothing new in terms of the story and everyone has seen
mobster movies before and The Departed really adds nothing new to the
genre. There were times when the film felt like an extended episode of
the Sopranos except it was in Boston with pretty actors. Overall The
Departed was a decent film but those who have seen Infernal Affairs
will likely not hold to such a high regard as others do. If the film
gets some editing, which it really needs in the first half hour, and
ditches some of the black comedy moments, it could be a decent remake
of a really good Chinese movie.





The Departed opens in early October, with a script by William
Monahan (whose credits include KINGDOM OF HEAVEN and the mythical
JURASSIC PARK IV), and a score by Howard Shore.


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