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Kundun

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Scorsese’s experimental art film is years ahead of its time. Compelling, enigmatic and visually stunning. (You also can’t go wrong with Phillip Glass.) It doesn’t preach Buddhism, it helps you experience it.

Martin Scorsese’s magical mystery mandala on the life of the Dalai Lama is a visually exhilarating, spiritually ambitious film that goes where (more…)
77% liked it

PG-13, 2 hr. 14 min.

Director: Martin Scorsese

Released: Dec 25, 1997

DVD: Oct 13, 1998

New York Stories: Life Lessons

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Out of the three short films, Scorsese’s Life Lessons is by far the best and clearest statement about the artist. In fact, it is 45 minutes of sheer perfection. The energy with which Scorsese captures the images is hypnotic – a highlight being where Nolte paints feverishly to Dylan’s Like a Rolling Stone. Woody Allen’s short is funny but light. There’s a charming quality to it but you can’t take it too seriously. Coppola’s is dreadfully childish. Life Lessons deserves four stars but the other two bring the film down half a star.

Three stories about life in New York City. Woody Allen’s segment revolves around a lawyer having problems with his mother. Martin Scorsese’s segment, (more…)
57% liked it

PG, 2 hr. 4 min.

Director: Woody Allen, Francis Ford Co…

Released: Mar 10, 1989

DVD: Apr 8, 2003

Shutter Island

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Scorsese finally makes his version of The Shining. Complete with haunting imagery, surreal performances and outstanding choices for the musical selection. In fact, much like Kubrick’s film, the soundtrack consists of bold, unnerving classical choices. Technically speaking, Scorsese is undoubtedly a master. From the music to the cinematography, this is such a highly cinematic experience. Despite not being as truly terrifying as The Shining, Shutter Island relies more on psychological horror. It’s the kind of film that you want to see again the minute it finishes. De Caprio gives us another strong performance, while the rest of the supporting cast are pitch-perfect, with countless wonderful cameos. Much like with The Departed, Scorsese disguises Shutter Island as a genre film, when in actuality there is an important message – relating to the power of denial, regret and psychological pain – that Scorsese manages to smuggle in. Proving that, once again, he joins the ranks with the pioneers of the Hollywood Golden Age.

From Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese, “Shutter Island” is the story of two U.S. marshals, Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Chuck Aule (more…)
73% liked it

R, 2 hr. 17 min.

Director: Martin Scorsese

Box Office: $1.5M

Released: Feb 19, 2010

DVD: Jun 8, 2010

Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

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Scorsese’s feminist movie is a wonderful character study of a Mother and her son on the road. Burnstyn won the Oscar for her honest and soulful performance. You can clearly see the influence that Cassavetes has made on Scorsese. There isn’t a false moment and the realism of the relationships is established early on.

When Alice Hyatt is suddenly widowed after years of domesticity, she decides to travel to Monterey, California with her 11-year-old son Tommy to (more…)
72% want to see it

PG, 1 hr. 52 min.

Director: Martin Scorsese

DVD: Aug 17, 2004

The Departed

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One of Scorsese’s most entertaining films. Sure, he’s made better, but he’s become not unlike the old pioneers of the past. Making genre films that are deceivingly simple and smuggling in substance amidst the action and suspense. Dynamite script and cast. (It was also great to see Marty finally get his Oscar.)

In South Boston, where the state police force is waging war on organized crime, young undercover cop Billy Costigan is assigned to infiltrate the mob (more…)
92% liked it

R, 2 hr. 30 min.

Director: Martin Scorsese

Box Office: $5.4M

Released: Oct 6, 2006

DVD: Feb 13, 2007

The Last Waltz

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The greatest rock n’ roll movie ever made. The Band’s last concert is filled with incredible rock stars. Not just the end for a band, but the end of an era. Scorsese brilliantly captures the last few moments of the 70s.

Martin Scorsese chronicles the most legendary night in rock history, as an unparalleled lineup of rock superstars — including Bob Dylan, Eric (more…)
92% liked it

PG, 1 hr. 57 min.

Director: Martin Scorsese

Released: Apr 12, 2002

DVD: May 7, 2002

No Direction Home: Bob Dylan

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Scorsese makes a four hour documentary on Bob Dylan. Can one ask for anything more? Being a Dylan fanatic, this film is pure heaven. Incredibly, we witness the famous “play it fucking loud” moment. Even more fascinating is watching Dylan and The Band hurry off stage and into the waiting car. We watch as they drive off and a new dawn rises. The man had just made rock history and he’s sleeping uncomfortably in the backseat of a car. Ballad of a Thin Man is another highlight – the sheer passion Dylan shows while hammering on the piano keys is breathtaking. All in all, this is a top notch, thoroughly entertaining and emotionally profound documentary. I can’t wait until they release something on Dylan’s Rolling Thunder years in the 70s. They teased us with the Isis clip off the Bootleg CD.

Spawning both politically charged folk ballads that came to embody the very spirit of the turbulent 1960s (“The Times They are a-Changin”) and (more…)
94% liked it

G, 3 hr. 27 min.

Director: Martin Scorsese

Released: Jul 21, 2005

DVD: Sep 20, 2005

A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies

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The perfect film course with one of the most passionate film connoisseurs. A remarkably varied and idiosyncratic collection of film choices. Nearly 4 hours and it could have been twice as long. Marty is the man!

Despite its nearly four-hour running time, this is a uniquely personal look at movies from one of the late 20th century’s great directors and film (more…)
88% liked it

Unrated, 3 hr. 46 min.

Director: Martin Scorsese

Released: Jan 1, 1995

DVD: Sep 12, 2000

My Voyage to Italy

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Scorsese’s tribute to Italian cinema. 4 hours of clips from classic Italian movies. A perfect companion piece to the also excellent A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies.

MY VOYAGE TO ITALY is a four-hour guided tour, led by Martin Scorsese, through the history of Italian cinema. Beginning in New York’s Little Italy (more…)
82% liked it

PG-13, 4 hr. 6 min.

Director: Martin Scorsese

Released: Oct 19, 2001

DVD: Jul 6, 2004

New York, New York

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Scorsese’s tribute to the Hollywood musical. At times flawed but always compelling. De Niro and Minnelli are captivating.

Martin Scorsese combined the splashy atmosphere of the old studio musical with an unromanticized marriage story in his valentine to Hollywood and the (more…)
60% liked it

PG, 2 hr. 25 min.

Director: Martin Scorsese

Released: Jun 22, 1977

DVD: Feb 8, 2005