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PostSubject: The "real" Hugh Glass story   June 9th 2016, 12:51 pm

Haven't watched it yet myself so if its BS, let me know! Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: The "real" Hugh Glass story   June 9th 2016, 1:52 pm

Good interview......not sure I would agree with all the conclusions. My personal feelings was that the film deviated too much from history in big ways. However, as a historical consultant, he might be playing it safe to stay positive, in case he might be called on to do it again.....just my brief personal opinion.

My own view of the movie was that though far less accurate, Jeremiah Johnson was far more entertaining....I connected with the the end of Revenant I didn't care about the characters....didn't care that it was historically accurate as far as equipment, weapons etc etc probably won't watch it again...though I have sat through J.J. and Master and Commander many times.

and...if you're going to spend millions and go to that much effort...why not film in on location!

Maybe because DeCaprio is one of my least liked I may have been prejudiced going into it.....don't like Matt Damon either but I find most of what he does is good entertainment

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