#Martin Scorsese



The Decade Decathlon: 2010

Welcome back to the Decade Decathlon, where we're taking an extended look back at the past decade of filmmaking to see what worked, what didn't, and what stories we can learn from the past. As is usually the case with a new decade, a lot of...


The Irishman teaser is exactly that

A long, long time ago, way back in 2017, Netflix acquired the rights for Martin Scorsese's new gangster movie surrounding the death of Jimmy Hoffa. The film reunites Scorsese with Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Harvey Keitel, and Joe Pesci, th...


Joaquin Phoenix in talks to star in Joker origin movie

The Hangover director Todd Phillips and legendary film producer Martin Scorsese are an unlikely pair still making an unlikely project: a Joker origin movie. And with that unlikely idea comes an unlikely casting fantasy in actor Joaquin Phoe...


Review: The Snowman

Star-power isn’t what it once was. It used to be, if you were a big celebrity, and you face was front-and-center on a films marketing, it was a guaranteed success. Nowadays, that strategy isn’t effective, and studios that still ...


Tribeca Film Festival tickets go on sale March 31st

The Tribeca Film Festival will run from April 15th-26th here in New York City. American Express holders can order festival tickets on March 31st, and the general public can order tickets starting April 6th. The festival will feature the wor...


Martin Scorcese waxes poetic on film

Time to get all film schooly up in here. If you've done any study into the medium you know that film is not just the picture projected but the substance itself. For years avante garde filmmakers have been working on the medium, literally. T...

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The Wolf of Wall Street has a lot of "F**k" in it

One of the more notable aspects of The Wolf of Wall Street is its explosive profanity. It's used so often, and in such great amounts, I eventually had to use the word in my review for the film. But in a brilliant way, the word (like every o...


New Wolf of Wall Street featurettes look awesome

Martin Scorsese and Leonardo Dicaprio's latest collaboration, Wolf of Wall Street, is the fast paced, R-rated Christmas release we've all been waiting for. Scorsese's latest dark comedy follows the drug-fueled exploits of 80's wunder...

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Review: The Wolf of Wall Street

Sitting down to write this review, I had trouble figuring out the sub header you see above. I normally like to put a joke or pop culture reference there, but I simply can't seem to. The more and more I think about The Wolf of Wall Street, t...


See The Wolf of Wall Street early and free

After all the editing trouble Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street went through you'd expect it to be at a nice clean running time. Instead it's at nearly three hours, but evidently its three hours of greatness. If you've got that...

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The Wolf of Wall Street second trailer is Kanye-less

Thanks to the lack of Kanye's "Black Skinhead" track, this newest trailer for Scorcese's The Wolf of Wall Street has me more hyped than ever before. With this fleshed out trailer, we get a better grasp of the story (based on the rise and f...


Scorcese's Wolf of Wall Street landing on Christmas

It's been a bit of a rough road for Martin Scorses and his upcoming Wolf of Wall Street. Editing didn't quite go as planned and the word was that the studio might have to bump the film out of 2013, pretty much guaranteeing a lack of Oscar n...


Scorcese determined to finish Wolf of Wall Street on time

Martin Scorsese's absolutely fantastic looking The Wolf of Wall Street was looking get kicked back past awards season this year thanks to it not being ready yet, but you can't count a good director out. Scorsese says he is determined t...


Rumor: The Wolf of Wall Street may be delayed to 2014

The trailer for The Wolf of Wall Street makes the movie look like an energetic exploration of the amoral douchebag culture in stock trading and corporate banking. This adaptation of Jordan Belfort's memoir seems like a sure hit for Mar...


Trailer: The Wolf of Wall Street

You know if Martin Scorcese and Leonardo DiCaprio keep making amazing movies we may just have to have them make all of the movies. Every one. Take the first trailer for The Wolf of Wall Street. It looks fantastic and easily pushes you to b...


Martin Scorsese shoots New York Review of Books party

The New York Review of Books turned 50 years old this month. If you're not familiar, they're one of the best publications for long-form book criticism, feature-length journalism, and cultural writing. These pieces are penned by some of the ...


Martin Scorsese sued over lack of Silence

Everyone loves Martin Scorsese, don't they? He's one of the few great '70s directors to keep developing his outstanding talent into old age, rather than tailing off into ignominy like Lucas, Allen, Coppola and (to a lesser extent) Spielberg...


Martin Scorsese's Frank Sinatra biopic acquires writer

Martin Scorsese, one of the most iconic of American filmmakers, is not a man to rest on his laurels. Even with production beginning on The Wolf of Wall Street, he is still keeping his prospects in order. To that effect, it seems that a...


Want to know Tarantino and Scorsese's top ten movies?

Britain's Sight & Sound magazine last week announced the results of its once-a-decade poll of critics and filmmakers to reach a consensus on the greatest movie ever made. Long story short, they opted for Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo, even...


Martin Scorsese abandons film for digital

We're at it at last. The final death throws of the physical medium known as film. With every passing day another nail is hammered into celluloid's coffin as the steady whir of a theater projector in the back of the theater fades from our au...


Scorsese to produce the story of the Rolls Royce

Have you ever been in a Rolls Royce? That stuff is plush. I have twelve of them in my multi-car garage next to the unicorn (they're real for rich people) and the bars of Nazi gold I keep around to re-enact the golf scene from Goldfinger (ca...


Scorsese is quitting movies, buying 3D glasses stock

Have you ever thought "gosh, I'd like to watch Taxi Driver, but I'd also like a splitting headache"? Apparently Martin Scorsese has. He says he plans to use 3D technology for all of his future projects. Speaking on a filmmaking panel a...


Scorsese to direct Wolf of Wall Street, DiCaprio stars

Martin Scorsese will direct The Wolf of Wall Street, it was announced today. The film will be distributed by Red Granite Pictures and will mark the fifth collaboration between the director and "my shinier, handsomer, blonder Robert DeNiro" ...


Martin Scorsese's next film will be Silence... for now

On a clear night in the desert, roughly 2,500 stars are visible to the naked eye, which is also the number of projects that Martin Scorsese is juggling. For a while we thought a remake of The Gambler was his next movie. And then it was an a...


Martin Scorcese taps Leonardo DiCaprio as Frank Sinatra

According to a discussion held with MTV, famed director Martin Scorsese has confirmed that he wants his latest partner-in-crime, Leonardo DiCaprio, to depict the late crooner, Frank Sinatra, in his upcoming biopic of the singer's life. This...


Martin Scorsese working on British cinema documentary

Back in 1995, Martin Scorsese released A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, a four-hour documentary/love letter to the films he grew up watching. Somewhere between all the other things he's working on, Scorsese i...


Movie Debate to the Death! Favorite Scorsese film?

In last week's debate I asked everyone what their favorite football film was. Much like this season in the NFL, there was an unsurprising leader, as well as a lot of unexpected names raising to fame. I'll list the eight films that each rece...


Trailer: Hugo

I hope this trailer does something to assuage the fears that some of you had with the first trailer for Martin Scorcese's 3D adventure, Hugo. I am really looking forward to this movie. It looks like a very classic adventure, and I'm findin...


Martin Scorsese to direct The Gambler

So, as you know, Martin Scorsese is a Hollywood director. He's directed films such as Raging Bull, Casino, Goodfellas, The Departed and, more recently, Shutter Island. The Departed is an interesting case because it was a remake of a Korean ...


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The Goldfinch"The real deal or fool's gold?"




One Cut of the Dead"Heart-felt brain munching"


IT Chapter Two"But are there vomiting turtles?"


Satanic Panic"Always tip your drivers"


The Peanut Butter Falcon"Who doesn't like Mark Twain?"


Artik"The evils of murder and whiskey"


Clownado"Cyclownin' around"


Ready or Not"Let's play a game"


Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus"PHASE TWOOOOOOOOOOOOO"


The Amazing Johnathan Documentary"The man, the meth, the legerdemain"


Where'd You Go, Bernadette"Eh, she'll come back eventually"


Good Boys"Kissing party"


Driven"John DeLorean's shattered dream "


Long Gone By"Moral conundrum with ice cream "


Millennium Actress"A classic revived"


The Art of Racing in the Rain"No paws, all wheels"


The Kitchen"Half-cooked"


Dora and the Lost City of Gold"Can you say "mediocre?""


The Nightingale"Heed the black bird's call"


The VelociPastor"Not to be confused with The TriceraCops"


Nekrotronic"Pokemon GHOST"


She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (Season 3)"Space is warped and time is bendable"