Martin Scorsese shone a light on The Rolling Stones for this rollicking concert film, two cultural titans at the top of their game.
Martin Scorsese followed up The Departed with Shutter Island, a claustrophobic psychological thriller about the madness of loss.
Scorsese recovered from the brutal conditions of Gangs of New York with an intimate, tragic portrait of the foibles of genius.
Martin Scorsese’s hip, vibrant concert film The Last Waltz captures the ephemerality of The Band and its influence on the rock ‘n roll stage.
Martin Scorsese’s 2002 historical drama is big, brassy and full of great performances, but its runtime and tone leave it unfocused.
Martin Scorsese’s scintillating period romance is a Victorian treatise on the sufficating gulf between desire and decorum.
Martin Scorsese’s underrated gangster drama Casino depicts Sin City as a place where dreams & nightmares are one, & no heroes are to be found.
An analysis of Goodfellas’ cinema redefining single take tracking shot.
A look at Martin Scorsese’s misguided musical, and the underestimation of camp.
It’s Newman and Cruise’s picture first, but Scorsese’s work on it is still a pleasure.
Martin Scorsese’s black comedy about one hellish night offers a trapped in amber portrait of 80s New York […]
One of the inspirations behind Joker takes a funny but more chilling approach to the angry white man […]
We look back on Martin Scorsese’s 1980 boxing drama, and how Joe Pesci became one of the most pivotal players in the filmmaker’s stable.
Martin Scorsese’s gritty drama about twisted loyalty to friends, family & God remains one of his strongest films. […]
Bernard Herrmann’s iconic score is a supporting character in Martin Scorsese’s drama about a dangerous loner.
This month, we celebrate The Irishman by looking back on the works of one of New Hollywood’s most enduring voices.
While much of the final cut works, earlier versions of the script went to deeper & scarier places.
Childe Roland to The Dark Tower came, and unfortunately, he brought all of us along with him.