The sense of place and uniformly superb performances make it worth seeing, and maybe ultimately singing along with.
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An interview with Patrick McGilligan on his books about Clint Eastwood, Orson Welles and more.
In the British hit television series "Broadchurch," finally arriving stateside, death is far more than just a plot device. It is an event that shatters history. Rarely has the ripple effect of an unspeakable murder been more deftly and brilliantly captured than it is in this television event.
"Shutter Island," which opens Friday, is the fourth film Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese have made together, and the most unexpected. It's not a biopic ("The Aviator") or a modern gangster movie ("The Departed") or a historical gangster movie ("Gangs of New York"). It securely occupies that most American of genres, the film noir -- the dark film, the film that takes place in the shadows of human nature.