Martin Scorsese – A Filmography Complete (Part 2 of 2)

Picking right back up from yesterday:

11. The King of Comedy

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Released February 18, 1983.  Starring Robert de Niro, Jerry Lewis, Sandra Bernhard, Diahnne Abbott, and Shelley Hack.  Runs 1 hour, 49 minutes.  Rated PG by the MPAA – mild violence.

10. The Aviator

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Released December 25, 2004.  Starring Leonardo DiCaprio.  Runs 2 hours, 49 minutes.  Rated PG-13 by the MPAA, “for thematic elements, sexual content, nudity, language and a crash sequence.”

Won five Academy Awards – Best Art Direction (Dante Ferretti, Francesca Lo Schiavo), Best Cinematography (Robert Richardson), Best Costume Design (Sandy Powell), Best Film Editing (Thelma Schoonmaker), and Best Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett).  Nominated for six others – Best Director (Martin Scorsese), Best Sound Mixing (Tom Fleischman, Petur Hliddal), Best Picture (Michael Mann, Graham King), Best Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio), Best Supporting Actor (Alan Alda), and Best Original Screenplay (John Logan).

9. The Last Temptation of Christ

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Released August 12, 1988.  Starring Willem Dafoe, Harvey Keitel, Barbara Hershey, Harry Dean Stanton, and David Bowie.  Runs 2 hours, 44 minutes.  Rated R by the MPAA – nudity, sexual situations.

Nominated for an Academy Award – Best Director (Martin Scorsese).

8. Goodfellas

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Released September 19, 1990.  Starring Ray Liotta, Robert de Niro, Joe Pesci, Lorraine Bracco, and Paul Sorvino.  Runs 2 hours, 26 minutes.  Rated R by the MPAA – graphic violence, profanity, sexual situations, substance abuse.

Won an Academy Award – Best Supporting Actor (Joe Pesci).  Nominated for five others – Best Supporting Actress (Lorraine Bracco), Best Director (Martin Scorsese), Best Film Editing (Thelma Schoonmaker), Best Picture (Irwin Winkler), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Nicholas Pileggi, Martin Scorsese).

7. Gangs of New York

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Released December 20, 2002.  Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day-Lewis, Cameron Diaz, Jim Broadbent, John C. Reilly, Henry Thomas, and Brendan Gleeson.  Runs 2 hours, 46 minutes.  Rated R by the MPAA, “for intense strong violence, sexuality/nudity and language.”

Nominated for ten Academy Awards – Best Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis), Best Art Direction-Set Decoration (Dante Ferretti, Francesca Lo Schiavo), Best Cinematography (Michael Ballhaus), Best Costume Design (Sandy Powell), Best Director (Martin Scorsese), Best Film Editing (Thelma Schoonmaker), Best Original Song (“The Hands that Built America” by U2), Best Picture (Alberto Grimaldi, Harvey Weinstein), Best Sound (Tom Fleischman, Eugene Gearty, Ivan Sharrock), and Best Original Screenplay (Jay Cocks, Steven Zaillian, Kenneth Lonergan).

6. The Departed

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Released October 6, 2006.  Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, Mark Wahlberg, Martin Sheen, Ray Winstone, Vera Farmiga, and Alec Baldwin.  Runs 2 hours, 31 minutes.  Rated R by the MPAA, “for strong brutal violence, pervasive language, some strong sexual content and drug material.”

Won four Academy Awards – Best Director (Martin Scorsese), Best Film Editing (Thelma Schoonmaker), Best Picture (Graham King), and Best Adapted Screenplay (William Monahan).  Nominated for another – Best Supporting Actor (Mark Wahlberg).

5. Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

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Released December 9, 1974.  Starring Ellen Burstyn, Alfred Lutter, Kris Kristofferson, Billy Green Bush, Diane Ladd, Lelia Goldoni, Lane Bradbury, Vic Tayback, Jodie Foster, and Harvey Keitel.  Runs 1 hour, 52 minutes.  Rated PG by the MPAA – profanity, sexual situations, substance abuse.

Won an Academy Award – Best Actress (Ellen Burstyn).  Nominated for two others – Best Supporting Actress (Diane Ladd) and Best Original Screenplay (Robert Getchell).

4. Who’s that Knocking at My Door

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Released November 15, 1967.  Starring Harvey Keitel, Zina Bethune, Anne Collette, and Harry Northup.  Runs 1 hour, 30 minutes.  Rated R by the MPAA – nudity, violence.

3. The Age of Innocence

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Released October 1, 1993.  Starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Winona Ryder.  Runs 2 hours, 19 minutes.  Rated PG by the MPAA, “for thematic elements and some mild language.”

Won an Academy Award – Best Costume Design (Gabriella Pescucci).  Nominated for four others – Best Supporting Actress (Winona Ryder), Best Art Direction-Set Decoration (Dante Ferretti, Robert J. Franco), Best Original Score (Elmer Bernstein), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Jay Cocks, Martin Scorsese).

2. After Hours

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Released September 13, 1985.  Starring Rosanna Arquette, Verna Bloom, Tommy Chong, Griffin Dunne, Linda Fiorentino, Teri Garr, John Heard, Richard “Cheech” Marin, and Catherine O’Hara.  Runs 1 hour, 37 minutes.  Rated R by the MPAA – mild violence, nudity, profanity, sexual situations.

1. Raging Bull

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Released December 19, 1980.  Starring Robert de Niro, Cathy Moriarty, and Joe Pesci.  Runs 2 hours, 9 minutes.  Rated R by the MPAA – graphic violence, profanity.

Won two Oscars – Best Actor (Robert de Niro) and Best Film Editing (Thelma Schoonmaker).  Nominated for six others – Best Supporting Actor (Joe Pesci), Best Supporting Actress (Cathy Moriarty), Best Cinematography (Michael Chapman), Best Director (Martin Scorsese), Best Picture (Irwin Winkler, Robert Chartoff), Best Sound (Donald O. Mitchell, Bill Nicholson, David J. Kimball, Les Lazarowitz).

Stop by tomorrow for Part 2!

And stay tuned for my “Bringing Out the Dead” review, coming Tuesday!

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