The Departed (2006)
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Torrent details: DVD Rip, Dual Audio, English sub
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director: Martin Scorsese
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson
An undercover cop who has infiltrated the state, the Irish band and a mole in the police force working for the mob same race track and identify one before another re-exposed to the enemy, as both parties understand their thaw j has a rat.
Now I know that the departure is based out of Hong Kong film WuJianDao, but Scorsese has really caught a great story, and this leads to the American screen. My father grew up in Boston, and when we walked out of the theater could not stop talking about how authentic was evasive attitude. Then there is the theater in which the main actors (Nicholson, DiCaprio, Damon) is not only incredibly entertaining show, but became engulfed each one's perspective and dilemmas. Smaller role (Baldwin, Walberg, Sheen) with supporting roles that remind me of Jesus Quintana from The Big Lebowski, I mean that their screen time is limited, but they make lasting impressions that nurture each scene are Alec Baldwin separately. The story itself begins with a basic introduction to the players and settings, but you will slow down after each plot and cheered there and back for good guys and bad guys. If you're a fan of Scorsese, who I think will appreciate this film. You can clearly see the Scorsese touch between film and music, of course, its great to hear Gimme Shelter again, but comfortably numb played so well. His second gangster flick from Scorsese, but this one stands alone because it is so fresh and most will agree, there is no Scorsese gangster movies best, so why not let him. Oscar worthy acting sincerely hope it is a role DiCaprios Best of The Aviator, which was his best role since Gangs of New York, I see a pattern here. But my lasting impression was not interested in politics golden statues, my lasting impression is that I sat through two and a half hours and large, and especially entertaining narrative. Thank you, Mr. Scorsese.