Revisit: The Age of Innocence
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Revisit: The Age of Innocence

In The Age of Innocence, Martin Scorsese films Gilded Age Manhattan high society as a…

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Silence
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Silence

Silence is a beautiful film that rivals Andrei Rublev as one of the greatest theatrical…

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Criminally Overrated: The Color of Money
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Criminally Overrated: The Color of Money

The problems are three-fold: Scorsese's dead direction; Richard Price's cumbersome screenplay; and Tom Cruise's lack…

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Revisit: New York Stories
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Revisit: New York Stories

Within the context of this anthology, “Life Without Zoë” only served to help make the…

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Best 20 Biopics of the Last 20 Years
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Best 20 Biopics of the Last 20 Years

Let’s face it, most biopics suck. They are the quintessential zombie movie, famous actors of…

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Holy Hell! Casino Turns 20
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Holy Hell! Casino Turns 20

Casino is brilliant not because it’s unique in Martin Scorsese’s oeuvre, but because it’s familiar.

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The Wolf of Wall Street
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The Wolf of Wall Street

Martin Scorsese roars back to the screen with The Wolf of Wall Street, a three-hour…

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Remake/Remodel: Infernal Affairs vs. The Departed
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Remake/Remodel: Infernal Affairs vs. The Departed

Criminally Underrated: Bringing Out the Dead
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Criminally Underrated: Bringing Out the Dead

Martin Scorsese’s Bringing Out the Dead was not a film that received an overwhelmingly negative…

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Re-Make/Re-Model: Cape Fear (1962) vs. Cape Fear (1991)
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Re-Make/Re-Model: Cape Fear (1962) vs. Cape Fear (1991)

A comparison of Martin Scorsese's 1991 Cape Fear, starring Robert DeNiro and Nick Nolte, with…

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