The Age of Innocence
Drama • PG • 1993 • 2 hr 19 min
Kinda boring at times, but still well written, beautifully shot and amazingly edited.
Not my thing but it’s nice to see Scorsese be able to direct something that isn’t in his wheelhouse and it still be good!
solid good, not my style but i recognize the beauty behind it (they “old” was funny as hell sorry)
Fantastic movie. It hurts a bit and Daniel Day-Lewis was incredible. I highly encourage every man to watch this movie.
The ruling class live by different rules. Fall out of line, and they will destroy you. To them, falling in love is not an excuse.
Each shot of this movie could be hung in a museum. It’s amazing for the look more than the plot, but still a worthy watch.
Beautifully shot, Well-directed, heart-wrenching film about love and life in a dysfunctional society.
A heart wrenching romance and powerful indictment on “polite” society, this film moved me to my core. Beautiful in images and ideas
One of my favorite movies ever. Portraits love vs being in love. Outstanding cinematography. Actors gives one hell of a performance
The cast us the only reason I can watch it again
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