The Departed (Blu-ray Disc, 2007)
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- kivofotc37Mar 05, 2016by
One of the very best
Incredible movie, looks great, excellent actors. A true masterpiece!
Verified purchase: No
- mindiscre8tiveSep 27, 2011by
Edge of your seat movie.
The movie is a cat-and-mouse game where it is never too clear who is the cat and who is the mouse; nor is it clear with which character we are supposed to identify. It has borrowed heavy from the Hong Kong movie Infernal Affairs. Leonardo DiCaprio stars as a young man from a gangster family, joins the police, and goes undercover to infiltrate Boston's mob. There is Jack Nicholson, who upstages everybody in the picture. Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon do their best to match Nicholson,but its no contest. In supporting roles,
Mark Wahlberg , Martin Sheen, Ray Winstone, Alec Baldwin, and Vera Farmiga.
Its intelligent and has enough twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat.
- alreadymayneFeb 22, 2013by
Great picture quality on Blu-Ray!
First off, the picture quality on this blu-ray is excellent. The Departed is one of my favorite movies, so i had to get the blu-ray. I know some blu-ray's picture quality are a huge dissapointement, but gladly this one is not. Definitely a must buy.
- tomv2480Nov 24, 2010by
This movie is the classic proverbial statement that all excellent films start out with a great script. This could not be truer for this film. The writing is intelligent and nuanced with each character's deception and corruption in the film. Every actor in this film fully hits his or her mark, be it a search for passion or a move towards aggression.
A master crew and director have crafted a world where all the characters fully immerse themselves in the script's theme. The deception, corruption, and violence will keep you on edge throughout the film. And as the film comes to a close and a rat crosses a balcony, it sums up the entire movie and makes one reflect on deception and corruption.
- pablo14600Feb 04, 2012by
Best since Casino and Goodfellas.
Classic Scorsese, best since Casino and Goodfellas with an All-Star cast to back it up. Jack Nicholson is his standard genius and DiCaprio provides some of the best acting he's ever done. Damon and Wahlberg also perform flawlessly. The storyline is original yet classic at the same time and suits the characters very well. Highly recommend this film.