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Martin Scorsese Movies List



2008 Shutter Island
2008 Shine A Light
2006 The Departed
2004 The Aviator
2002 Gangs of New York
1999 Bringing Out the Dead
1997 Kundun
1995 Casino
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1993 The Age of Innocence
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1991 Cape Fear
1990 Goodfellas
1989 New York Stories
1988 The Last Temptation of Christ
1986 The Color of Money
1985 After Hours
1983 The King of Comedy
1980 Raging Bull
1978 The Last Waltz

American Boy

1977 New York, New York
1976 Taxi Driver
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1974 Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
1973 Mean Streets
1972 Boxcar Bertha
1968 Who's That Knocking at My Door?
1967

The Big Shave

1964

It's Not Just You, Murray!

1963

What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This?



Martin Scorsese Movie Favorites


Martin Scorsese was 25 years old when he directed his first movie Who's That Knocking at My Door? Watch it and you will see his cinematic style already forming.


Martin Scorsese's first collaboration with Robert DiNiro Mean Streets It was a break through movie for both of them.


The bet you could win a in a bar. Who directed Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore? No it's not a "Martin Scorsese movie" it's not set in New York, the protaganist is a woman but he did direct it and you will enjoy this story about second chances.


Taxi Driver is a movie about a mentally ill lonely man named Travis Bickle driving a cab in the very mean streets of New York City.


Martin Scorsese read boxer Jake Lamotta's memoirs and turned them into an intense flawlessly directed movie Raging Bull. Masterpiece and brilliant are some of the words used to describe it.


Possibly Martin Scorsese's most underrated film.. The King of Comedy was ahead of its time with a very dark take on celebrity worship.


One you might have missed. You will be glad that you are snuggled safe in your house when you watch poor Griffin Dunn have a very very bad night when everything goes wrong when he tries to meet up with a woman After Hours


Henry Hill always wanted to be a gangster. Goodfellas is the story of his life in the mob. This is Martin Scorsese at the top of his form as a director.


Yes it's New York but it's New York in the late 1800's a time of rules and codes of behavior that were not to be broken. The Age of Innocence is an elegant movie about forbidden love.


Yes it's very violent, but we could probably put that caveat in front of practically all of Martin Scorsese movies. Casino is the story of Las Vegas and the mob and there's not a way to tell that story in a nonviolent way.


Kundun means The Presence which is how the people of Tibet refer to the Dalai Lama. This is the story of the fourteenth Dalai Lama who still lives in exile from Tibet..


Violence Alert. Long movie alert. Great epic movie alert. Gangs of New York. Martin Scorsese revisits New York in the late 1800's but this time it's a different part of town.


The biography of Howard Hughes as told by Martin Scorsese The Aviator. Have fun deciding which actors do the best portrayals of the real life stars. Cate Blanchette as Katherine Hepburn?


Finally an Oscar for Mr. Scorsese's mantel. The Departed Two men are both undercover on opposite sides of the law.



Martin Scorsese Academy Awards®


Best Director Win for The Departed --- 2007
Martin Scorsese Academy Award Acceptance Speech

Best Director Nomination for The Aviator --- 2005
Best Director Nomination for Gangs of New York --- 2003
Best Adapted Screenplay Nomination for The Age of Innocence --- 1994
Best Director Nomination for Goodfellas --- 1991
Best Adapted Screenplay Nomination for Goodfellas --- 1991
Best Director Nomination for The Last Temptation of Christ --- 1989
Best Director Nomination for Raging Bull --- 1981



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The Aviator


Ace Rothstein ( Casino ):

"In the casino, the cardinal rule is to keep them playing and to keep them coming back. The longer they play, the more they lose, and in the end, we get it all."




Which musical did Martin Scorsese direct??

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