Mark Ruffalo and Leonardo DiCaprio are federal marshals looking for a missing mental patient in Martin Scorsese's latest thriller, "Shutter Island." Of course, if these guys ever bothered to watch TV or go to the movies, they'd have learned not to set one foot on the island, which houses the Ashecliffe Hospital for the Criminally Insane. Because if movies and TV have taught us anything, it's that bad, awful, terrible things happen on islands.<br>
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Mark Ruffalo and Leonardo DiCaprio are federal marshals looking for a missing mental patient in Martin Scorsese's latest thriller, "Shutter Island." Of course, if these guys ever bothered to watch TV or go to the movies, they'd have learned not to set one foot on the island, which houses the Ashecliffe Hospital for the Criminally Insane. Because if movies and TV have taught us anything, it's that bad, awful, terrible things happen on islands.

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