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Listography: Scorsese Films To Watch Before You Die

‘Because of the movies I make, people get nervous, because they think of me as difficult and angry. I am difficult and angry, but they don’t expect a sense of humor.

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Martin Scorsese

Thinking like a Gangster: Reflections on Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas

On October 16th, 2014, I, Dori, watched Goodfellas (1990) for the first time. I am certainly glad that I did. Of course, since everyone else in the world has already seen the film, it feels pretty pointless to review it. 2,554 more words

Film

Morris Chestnut Boards 'Bus 657'

EXCLUSIVE: Morris Chestnut has joined Robert De Niro, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Dave Bautista and Gina Carano in the Scott Mann-directed Bus 657. He plays the role of Derrick “Dog” Prince in the film that began shooting this week in Alabama, with Randall Emmett and George Furla producing for Emmett/Furla/Oasis. 135 more words

Movies

Taxi Driver Review

One of Martin Scorsese’s first and most unique movies. This movie really is an example of a deep character analysis, which is achieved by none other than the brilliant acting of Robert De Niro, his best performance in my opinion. 216 more words

De Niro film closes several downtown streets

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – Downtown Mobile will be buzzing over the next several of weeks as the filming of Bus 657 got underway today.

Robert Di Niro, along with cast members Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Dave “Batista” Bautista and Kate Bosworth to name a few, began filming at various locations around the downtown area. 62 more words

Daniel Moores

We asked movie fanatic and Proper writer, Daniel Moores, for his top three, but from an alternative angle.

Dan has combined both his love for clothes and film and presents a difference perspective on some of his favourite films. 687 more words

My Top Three

Movie Review: Silver Linings Playbook

Title: Silver Linings Playbook

Director: David O. Russell

Stand Alone

My Rating: 2 out of 5

Genre: Drama, Comedy, Romance, Adaptation

Running Time: 2 Hours, 2 Minutes… 522 more words

Drama