Trailers: Shutter Island

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From Oscar-winning director Martin Scorese, “Shutter Island” is the story of two U.S. marshals, Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Chuck Aule (Mark Ruffalo), who are summoned to a remote and barren island off the cost of Massachusetts to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a murderess from the island’s fortress-like hospital for the criminally insane. The film is based on the 2003 novel Shutter Island by Dennis Lehane. Production started in March 2008; Shutter Island is slated to be released on October 2, 2009.

  1. Anthony Nichols says

    Looks damn good. I like Scorsese throwing in some horror style flourishes. But I have to say I’ve never been a fan of any DiCaprio performances.

  2. Márcio says

    I really didn’t care for “The Departed”, Leonardo De Caprio annoys me and the trailer looks really cheasy, I’ll probably skip it, lots of movies to see not enough time.

    1. Ricky says

      I totally understand why Leo rubs people the wrong way. The problem with an actor like him is that he can’t ever really escape his identity when transforming himself in a role, not because he is a bad actor but because he has a very particular look and voice. So whenever Leo is on screen you can’t help but think of the actor and not his character. However I do think he does a fairly great job in most of his films, especially in What`s Eating Gilbert Grape. I thought The Departed was brilliant and yes I was a fan of Internal Affairs long before Scorsese remade it. In fact the very first DVD I placed in my staff picks way back working at a video store was the original.

      Anyhow my friend Tim is right. The trailer gives away the entire film. I wish Hollywood would stop doing this.

      1. Márcio says

        I can give you two more good performances by Di Caprio, “This Boy’s Life” and “The Basketball Diaries”, but nowadays he’s just painful to watch.
        I thought that “Infernal Affairs” was a good movie triology but “The Departed” was just plain bad. It’s full of clichés and dumbed down it was actually hard for me to stomach it. Di Caprio was a total miscast, he’s not believable as a cop or any other kind of slightly tough guy, he acting all paranoid all the time was also not believeable at all, Jack Nicholson’s constant over-acting was unbearable, the completely vomit inducing love triangle… I could go on but I wont. Two good things in the movie, the opening with Dropkick Murphys’ I’m Shipping Up To Boston and Mark Wahlberg on one of his best performances ever (not that hard I know). I’m sorry to bring up my inner Al but I really hate that movie.

  3. MIke says

    I think this will be really good. For the most part, you can’t go wrong with DiCaprio and considering it’s a Scorsese movie, I think it will deliver. I mean…take away maybe Kundun, whch was ok but extremely boring and, the guy has really yet to make a bad movie.

  4. Ricky says

    I like Denis Lehane and looking back, Mystic River and Gone Baby Gone made good films. It is Scorsese so it won`t be bad. You may not like all of his films but he never really made a bad picture.

  5. Simon H. says

    This looks weirdly predictable, but fun. Apparently the book is ridiculous, so I’m hoping he has some fun with the material and doesn’t play it too straight.

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