The Revenant

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Director: Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson

Cast: Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Domhnall Gleeson


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In 1820s America, frontiersman and fur trapper Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his teenage son Hawk (Forrest Goodluck) join a pelt-gathering expedition. However, their party are attacked by Arikara Native Americans, who kill a number of the men. Glass then tries to lead the remainder of the group to safety, charting a new path to a U.S. fort. Unfortunately, he is


In 1820s America, frontiersman and fur trapper Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his teenage son Hawk (Forrest Goodluck) join a pelt-gathering expedition. However, their party are attacked by Arikara Native Americans, who kill a number of the men. Glass then tries to lead the remainder of the group to safety, charting a new path to a U.S. fort. Unfortunately, he is soon mauled by a grizzly bear while hunting for food, and is horribly wounded. He is left in the care of roughneck John Fitzgerald (Tom Hardy) and the young and inexperienced Jim Bridger (Will Poulter), while Hawk watches on in horror. Fitzgerald betrays him and leaves him buried alive in a shallow grave, but Glass nurses himself back to health and sets out to seek revenge. Alejandro González Iñárritu directed this pulse-pounding epic. ~ Daniel Gelb

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20th Century Fox
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[Wide Screen, Color]
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
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Performance Credits
Leonardo DiCaprio Hugh Glass
Tom Hardy John Fitzgerald
Domhnall Gleeson Andrew Henry
Will Poulter Jim Bridger
Lukas Haas Jones
Brad Carter Johnnie
Forrest Goodluck Hawk
Paul Anderson Anderson
Kristoffer Joner Murphy
Joshua Burge Stubby Bill
Duane Howard Elk Dog
Melaw Nakehk'o Powaqa
Fabrice Adde Toussaint
Arthur Redcloud Hikuc
Christopher Rosamund Boone
Robert Moloney Dave Stomach Wound
Brendan Fletcher Fryman
Tyson Wood Weston
McCaleb Burnett Beckett
Vincent LeClerc French Trapper
Stephane Legault French Trapper
Emmanuel Bilodeau French Interpreter
Cole Vandale Coulter Naked Pale Trapper
Tom Guiry Billy Brother Trapper
Scott Olynek Johnnie Brother Trapper
Amelia Crow Shoe Pregnant Pawnee Woman
Peter Strand Rumple Scalped Shirtless Trapper
Timothy Lyle Gordon in Shack
Kory Grim Trapper Hatchet in Back
Anthony Starlight Arikara Chief
Jamie Medicine Crane Arikara Crying Woman
Veronica Marlowe Arikara Crying Woman
Clarence Hoof Arikara Healer
Dion Little Child Arikara Warrior
Blake Wildcat Arikara Warrior
Paul Young Pine Arikara Warrior
Cody Big Tobacco Arikara Warrior
Dallas Young Pine Arikara Warrior
Chesley Wilson Arikara Elder
Michael Fraser Trapper Violin Player
Scott Duncan Trapper Violin Player
Mariah Old Shoes Pawnee Prostitute
Grace Dove Wife of Hugh Glass
Adrian McMorran American Soldier
Isaiah Tootoosis Boy Hawk
Alexandre Bisping Trapper
Chris Ippolito Trapper
Jeffrey Olynek Trapper
C. Adam Leigh Trapper
Kevin Corey Trapper
Daniel Rampanen Trapper
Javiar Lopez Nightmare Character
Haysam Kadri Doctor
Jordan Crawford Fort Butcher

Technical Credits
Alejandro G. Iñárritu Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Markus Barmettler Executive Producer
Lon Bender Sound/Sound Designer
Laurel Bergman Art Director
Brandi Boulet Makeup Special Effects
Jennifer Davisson Executive Producer
Bill R. Dean Sound/Sound Designer
Ante Dugandzic Special Effects Supervisor
Alec Fellman Production Manager
Jack Fisk Production Designer
Formosa Group Musical Direction/Supervision
Nicolás Giacobone Co-producer
Hector Gika Sound/Sound Designer
Steve Golin Producer
Maiko "Mo" Gomyo Makeup Special Effects
Paul Green Executive Producer
Jeffrey Charles Higgins Special Effects Supervisor
Doug Jones Co-producer
David Kanter Executive Producer
Adam Kopald Sound/Sound Designer
Philip Lee Executive Producer
Emmanuel Lubezki Cinematographer
Francine Maisler Casting
Dave McMoyler Sound/Sound Designer
Arnon Milchan Producer
Stephen Mirrione Editor
Frank A. Montaño Sound/Sound Designer
Adrien Morot Makeup Special Effects
Matías Mosteirín Production Manager
Jake Myers Executive Producer
Alva Noto Score Composer
James Packer Executive Producer
Mary Parent Producer
Brett Ratner Executive Producer
Keith Redmon Producer
Scott Robertson Asst. Director,Co-producer
Stephen P. Robinson Sound/Sound Designer
Ryuichi Sakamoto Score Composer
P. Scott Sakamoto Camera Operator
Alex G. Scott Co-producer
James W. Skotchdopole Producer
D. Chris Smith Sound/Sound Designer
Mark L. Smith Screenwriter
Adam Somner Asst. Director
Mechi Tarelli Production Manager
Jon Taylor Sound/Sound Designer
Jon Title Sound/Sound Designer
Cameron Waldbauer Special Effects Supervisor
Jacqueline West Costumes/Costume Designer
Pola Zito Production Manager

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Revenant
1. Chapter 1
2. Chapter 2
3. Chapter 3
4. Chapter 4
5. Chapter 5
6. Chapter 6
7. Chapter 7
8. Chapter 8
9. Chapter 9
10. Chapter 10
11. Chapter 11
12. Chapter 12
13. Chapter 13
14. Chapter 14
15. Chapter 15
16. Chapter 16
17. Chapter 17
18. Chapter 18
19. Chapter 19
20. Chapter 20
21. Chapter 21
22. Chapter 22
23. Chapter 23
24. Chapter 24


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The Revenant 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Twink More than 1 year ago
It seems to me lately that the best movies I've watched have been based on really great books. Such is the case with Director Alejandro G. Iñárritu's award winning film The Revenant. (Based on Michael Punke's book) I always try to read the book first and then watch the movie. The book was fantastic and I hoped the movie would be as well. The Revenant on Blu-ray and Digital HD is newly released from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. And my hopes that the movie would be good were met and far exceeded. Leonardo DiCaprio won an Academy and Oscar Award for Best Actor. The film won numerous other prizes. DiCaprio portrays Hugh Glass, a frontiersman/tracker in 1823 America with a fur company, who is severely mauled by a bear. With both winter and hostile natives on their heels, the company commander assigns two men, Fitzpatrick and Bridger to stay with Glass until he dies, bury him and then catch up with the rest of the company. Also with Glass is his son Hawk, who is sure his father can survive. Seemingly close to death, everyone figures it won't be long 'til the end. Fitzpatrick, played by Tom Hardy, decides that he doesn't want to wait around for Glass to die and instead chooses to leave him on his own. Hardy brilliantly interprets the despicable character of Fitzpatrick. I don't know how many times I yelled at the screen. But it is Leo who steals the show. He has very little dialogue, but his physical acting and his facial expressions (especially his eyes) transmit so much more than words could have. His courage, grit, perseverance and determination to hunt down Fitzpatrick becomes the viewer's goal as well. Not far behind Leo is the cinematography - the backdrops are simply spectacular - the choice of actual settings instead of green screens brings the wildness and wilderness of the time and place to life. Costuming and physical props are just as believable. The bear attack is also really believable. (and a bit hard to watch) Iñárritu has changed some of the events from the book - most notably, Glass's reason for revenge. But it works. This reason is more personal and will have the audience even more invested in Glass's drive for revenge. With every tortured step and obstacle thrown in his way, I was urging him forward, just as determined that he have his retribution. Iñárritu has also changed the ending from the book. It wasn't what I expected and I watched it two or three times. In the end, it seemed right and fit with the 'extra' character(s) that he had brought to his version of the story.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Seeing it for Tom Hardy but the movie was interesting. A little long but still interesting. Especially the setting, cinematography, tone and that soundtrack. What drew me in was the story and of course that cast. Book was also good too.