Going to see this movie over the weekend and it is a plus to have Robbie Robertson involved in the soundtrack. Looking forward to hearing it. Thanks for the heads up. enjoy the music
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Can’t wait to see this film.
........yes loomisjohnson it is you as I saw '' Oppenheimer '' as well as " Killers of the Flower Moon ''......both were great movies in my opinion . They are films which are supposed to entertain you but those two films at least had some educational content to them. The latter being more closer to home and one that I feel in today's '' alleged movements '' should be more brought more into main street focus on the true history of our country rather than the '' ones '' in 2020.
I saw the movie and cannot recommend more highly. It will certainly win awards. I just received the book of the same title on which the movie is based. Yes, the true history of the USA should be taught.The good, the bad and the ugly, of which there is a lot. Sadly and wrongly it will never happen. Americans don't know the half of i
From the beginning, Scorsese found a way to bring extremely high levels of craftsmanship combined with originality, uncompromising moral/artistic integrity, and deep curiosity about human nature/society to the masses with his films, has never changed, and is still creating masterpieces in his 70s (Killers of the Flower Moon he made when he was in his 80s - he turned 81 today…Happy Birthday, Marty! - The Wolf of Wall Street, The 50 Year Argument, Silence, Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese, The Irishman, and Personality Crisis: One Night Only he all made in his 70s).
I can make a somewhat analogous contemporary comparison to Dylan, who has not matched Scorsese’s maintenance of artistic quality and prolificness in these golden years, but nevertheless made “Murder Most Foul” (something I consider to be among the best things he’s ever done) at 78.
We’re lucky to have had people like this making their art in our lifetime the past half century.