Top Ten: Scorsese Films

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This week’s Top Ten Tuesday explores the Top Ten Films Directed By Martin Scorsese. Not much more can be said about Scorsese that hasn’t already been said before.


>> My Selections

1. The Age of Innocence (1993)

2. Raging Bull (1980)

3. Gangs of New York (2002)

4. Shutter Island (2010)

5. Goodfellas (1990)

6. Taxi Driver (1976)

7. The Departed (2006)

8. The Aviator (2004)

9. Mean Streets (1973)

10. Casino (1995)



>>Your Selections

1. Taxi Driver (1976) 93%

2. Raging Bull (1980) 93%

3. Goodfellas (1990) 79%

4. Mean Streets (1973) 79%

5. The Departed (2006) 71%

6. Casino (1995) 64%

7. The Aviator (2004) 64%

8. Gangs of New York (2002) 50%

9. The Age of Innocence (1993) 43%

10. The King of Comedy (1982) 43%


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  • Franchesca

    you seem to take a liking to that movie The Age of Innocence which i have not seen, but really need (and want) to. it’s been a while since i’ve seen the movie Gangs of New York, but from the last experience, thought it was not one of the greatest films ever — not just for Scorsese standards… what is it you like so much about that film? i’d love to hear what you’ve got to say about it. Shutter Island was an okay movie (great cinematography and acting though), then again, I also did not like the movie Inception as much as everyone else (if you think real hard, the two movies are very very similar). ok, i need to stop commenting on every single movie on this list haha. one last note, the movies Goodfellas and Taxi Driver definitely deserve to be higher up on the list.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dylan.lindley Dylan Lindley

    How did I miss this? :’(

    1. Raging Bull
    2. Taxi Driver
    3. The Last Temptation of Christ
    4. GoodFellas
    5. Mean Streets
    6. The Aviator
    7. The Age Of Innocence
    8. The King of Comedy
    9. The Departed
    10. Shutter Island/Casino tie

    Filmmakers shouldn’t be this good.

  • http://twitter.com/aHealthyDisdain Julian Carrington

    I didn’t actually vote in this poll, but no prizes for guessing my #1. My Next Projection Taxi Driver review: http://bit.ly/fQrpm6

  • http://twitter.com/cinemablogrpher Pat Mullen

    Only 79% for Goodfellas? Wow – I totally expected that to take the top spot!

  • http://twitter.com/NextProjection Christopher Misch

    I actually have never seen The Last Temptation of Christ, yikes!

  • http://twitter.com/NextProjection Christopher Misch

    Scorsese has deemed ‘The Age of Innocence’ his most violent picture.  Emotional violence can be just as painful as physical….if not more so.

  • http://twitter.com/NextProjection Christopher Misch

    My feelings towards Gangs of New York may have something to do with my Daniel Day-Lewis, but it’s a film that time after time I keep returning to and it keeps impressing me. 

  • Franchesca

    yes, you can’t go wrong with Daniel Day-Lewis. but i definitely have to re-watch this movie.

  • Franchesca

    he said that?
    now really interested to watch that movie.
    but definitely agree on your stance.
    ah, you just got me excited to watch this movie haha.

  • http://twitter.com/NextProjection Christopher Misch

    Really interested in hearing your stance on The Age of Innocence? It’s easily my favourite Scorsese!