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The Great Gatsby 2013

A Midwestern war veteran finds himself drawn to the past and lifestyle of his millionaire neighbor...

Release Date:
May 10, 2013
143 min
Baz Luhrmann
Isla Fisher, Bill Young, Jason Clarke, ...
Drama, Romance
USA, Australia

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Solar rating: 7.9


Imdb rating: 7.3

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@PANZERFAUST45 You say this movie "blows" due to it having very short segments of rap music in the background? That's very dumb.

Anyways, the movie was great. Almost completely like the book. 9/10
Rap music!!?? really? This movie blows !!
A bloated mess that has none of the realism or heart of the novel. A really disappointing watch.
Oh Leonardo why is it every movie you star in is amazzzinggg? Can someone invite me to a party as grand, fun, and crazy as Mr. Gasby's? I was avoiding this movie for months and when i finally decided to watch it..lovedd itt.
incredible, best gatsby yet ... heheh ;)
Amazing storyline
This is a great film and I really enjoyed how they worked modern day music in such a classic film.. Leonardo Dicaprio is becoming my favorite actor... Whats eating Gilbert Grape,Gangs of New York and The Departed are just a few of the films he's made instant classics.
soon as I heard modern day music knew it would be a bone of contention but I thought it was pretty masterful how they wove in that feel. Enjoyed the first half more, and Leo, who for some reason I haven't always been a big fan of (think I was shunning all the Titanic hoopla and teenybopper gushing over him) gave another splendid performance. Where it fell short was Carey Mulligan's Daisy. I believe others could have portrayed her more effectively.Incredible sets and cinematography. Overall, well done.
Great Movie. Story, acting were perfect to watch.
The Great Gatsby
Director/ Writer- Baz Hurman and Craig Pearce
Starring Leonardo Dicaprio, Carey Mulligan, Joel Edgerton, Amitabn Bachchan, Steve Bisley, Richard Carter.
The director also directed Australia, Moulin Rouge, and Strictly Ballroom.
Yo I was immediately draw into this film because of the visual's man eye candy is everywhere in this film. Yo that is one way to shoot a period piece animation a good form to use to keep the film cost down. I think this film does the book justice. And even though I didn't see the Robert Redford version that being said this generation got a really good adaption of the classic. A lot of people like my sister being one had a problem with the soundtrack I am not one of those people. The songs modern ones that is are only used for the party scenes and they are only like three scenes in the movie that used or four that used modern music. I didn't have a problem with it. Everything thing here is top notch the director, the casting, the editing, the cinematography. Yo they couldn't have done anything better. I so wish I would have seen this in a theater or even in 3d even though it's pretty much like I said to my self five years ago I said it was going to be a fad and what do you know I was right. 3D televisions aren't that expensive anymore as nobody is buying them anymore like when they first hit the market. But yeah this a great film to see in theaters. Love the music and the time period that this is set in. Dam loved the house, the classic cars, the clothe wow pure decadence!!!!!!!!!;']
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