Movie Review: Shutter Island Keeps Audiences On The Edge
by Team Bloginity
The first tweet we sent after viewing the film was Shutter Island’s cinematography was fantastic and truly Hitchcock inspired. Great twist and a strong cast” right as we stepped out from the New York theater.
“Is it better to live as a monster or to die as a good man?” that’s the question the movie lets the audience answer.
Shutter Island plays upon the importance of a traumatic experience and has the audience trusting different ideas and characters as the story progresses.
Leonardo DiCaprio shines in this complex and eery role. The entire cast carries a somewhat scattered plot with great attention to their craft. Visually the film gets five stars. Martin Scorsese cinema-graphic vision was by far the strongest theme in the movie with deep grays, greens, and a spark of red during dramatic moments.
TIPS: The attention to details in the movie is very important because Scorsese is not known for slipping up or letting things go, he’s a meticulous director.
For those who are too afraid of watching Shutter Island, know that this is not a horror film but a psychological thriller. Will we go watch Shutter Island again? Yes, not because it’s the best movie but because once you know the twist the whole movie needs to be reevaluated.