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Found 6 results

  1. We have a trailer for Martin Scorsese's upcoming Netflix film, The Irishman: What surprises me about this is that I'm genuinely eager to see a Netflix production which seems to intentionally highlight its CGI de-aging effects.
  2. Overstreet

    Silence (2016)

    Nicolosi has a seizure when she hears the news.
  3. For the search engines: Martin Scorsese. Leonardo DiCaprio. Matthew McConaughey.
  4. For the search engine: Andrew Lau, the director of Infernal Affairs and Legend of the Fist, and Martin Scorsese: Revenge of the Green Dragons IMDB summary:
  5. Mark Steyn just re-posted his review of Gangs of New York, and I rather liked the way he summed up the film's conclusion: I so wanted to like Gangs Of New York, which is why I'm reviewing it a week early: I couldn't wait. It's based on a justly legendary book, Herbert Asbury's 1928 tour de force of the same name, a panorama of the New York underworld from the 1830s to the 1920s. You read it and think, 'There's gotta be a movie in here somewhere.' That's evidently what happened to Martin Scorsese. He read the book 30 years ago and he's been mulling it over ever since. He mulled too long.
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