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    Posted: 15 Jun 2018 at 12:50pm
Another film poll for one of my favourite directors. Unlike Tarantino I haven't seen all of his films yet, but I have seen most of those whose subject matter interests me and even a couple I wasn't sure I would enjoy, but ultimately did. 

I think I have to say that Goodfellas is my favourite of his films, but I've quickly become fond of a lot of his work, especially the collaborations with Robert De Niro or Leonardo DiCaprio. I've voted for Goodfellas but very honorable mentioned to Taxi Driver, The Departed, Shutter Island, Casino, among others. 



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I'm going to be highly generic and say Taxi Driver. 

I must re-watch The Wolf of Wall Street sometime. The film did not click with me much the first time around but I want to give it another go. The only things I remember about it now were that every other word seemed to be 'fuck' and that Margot Robbie was naked in it. Big smile
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I'll join you on Goodfellas Adam.
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I have a List Challenge for his films here if anyone wants to take part: https://www.listchallenges.com/martin-scorsese-movies-as-they-are-ranked-on

I've seen 17 of 24 so far. 
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^ I already took that one. I've also seen 17, as it happens. My favourite is a less popular choice: Shutter Island.
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Originally posted by MorniumGoatahl MorniumGoatahl wrote:

I must re-watch The Wolf of Wall Street sometime. The film did not click with me much the first time around but I want to give it another go. The only things I remember about it now were that every other word seemed to be 'fuck' and that Margot Robbie was naked in it. Big smile


Trust me, everyone who has seen that film remembers that scene. LOL
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As to my favourite I haven't seen that many of his films but from those I have I really enjoyed The Aviator.
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8 of 24 (33%).
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Originally posted by TheHeavyMetalCat TheHeavyMetalCat wrote:

Originally posted by MorniumGoatahl MorniumGoatahl wrote:

I must re-watch The Wolf of Wall Street sometime. The film did not click with me much the first time around but I want to give it another go. The only things I remember about it now were that every other word seemed to be 'fuck' and that Margot Robbie was naked in it. Big smile


Trust me, everyone who has seen that film remembers that scene. LOL

Ha ha, yeah I guess you're right. I bet there's quite few people who haven't seen the movie but have seen that scene as well. Wink
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Watched his least liked film Boxcar Bertha recently. While certainly not as good as his best work I didn't actually find it that bad. 
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