Off the back of this article, and giving Goodfellas a rewatch last night - let’s have a chat about Marty! Fav films, fav scenes, any hidden gems people underrate etc.

(Wonder when the Guardian will get bored of using Woody in every possible article they can)

whatcha seen

  • 1967 Who’s That Knocking at My Door
  • 1972 Boxcar Bertha
  • 1973 Mean Streets
  • 1974 Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore
  • 1976 Taxi Driver
  • 1977 New York, New York
  • 1980 Raging Bull
  • 1982 The King of Comedy
  • 1985 After Hours
  • 1986 The Color of Money
  • 1988 The Last Temptation of Christ
  • 1990 Goodfellas
  • 1991 Cape Fear
  • 1993 The Age of Innocence
  • 1995 Casino
  • 1997 Kundun
  • 1999 Bringing Out the Dead
  • 2002 Gangs of New York
  • 2004 The Aviator
  • 2006 The Departed
  • 2010 Shutter Island
  • 2011 Hugo
  • 2013 The Wolf of Wall Street
  • 2016 Silence
  • 2019 The Irishman

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Aside from all his directing, he also founded this


Hugo is comfortably his most underrated film (possibly his best of the 21st century?). The Wolf of Wall Street is one of the worst films I’ve ever seen.

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Eyyy, I’m directin’ here!


The guy’s made at least half a dozen classics, one of the all-time greats

I’ve not seen Alice Doesnt Live Here anymore for years and years

Remember it being good - seems to have been forgotten these days

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good effort @LilWoodyToodelly !

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Great - Cape fear, taxi driver, king of comedy
Fine - the irishman, the departed
Shit - goodfellas, gangs of new York, wolf of Wall Street, shutter island

Want to see - raging bull, casino

i like him. i do not like the “he makes films about bad people therefore he condones their actions” discourse that you often see online


Watched Taxi Driver for the first time last week. Thought the first third of it was amazing, proper sucked you into that New York scene - the rest of it was fine.

Silence is the only film I’ve ever fallen asleep to in the cinema. That’s not a dig at the film, I was just extremely tired and it was such a slow, quiet film. Andrew Garfield’s hair stole the show tbh

Arguably the most overrated director of all time

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Clue’s in the name


Maud Adams Flirting GIF by James Bond 007


Wolf of Wall Street, Shutter Island and The Irishman are 3 absolutely honking bottle of the barrel films

If I wasn’t trying to score indie points - The Departed and Gangs of New York are his best, most entertaining films.

Found shutter island genuinely hilarious in fairness to it.

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Cape Fear is the best scorcese film because it leans in to being incredibly silly and embraces it. A lot of his other films are inherently very silly but take themselves too seriously

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