2010s, 4/4, Childrens, Martin Scorsese, Review


#4 in my ranking of Martin Scorsese's films. Both completely of Scorsese's filmography and apart from it, Hugo is a masterful adaptation of the book The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick from one of cinema's greatest filmmakers, using all of the modern tool set to create a visually lush and dense feast for… Continue reading Hugo

2000s, 3.5/4, Crime, History, Martin Scorsese, Review

Gangs of New York

#17 in my ranking of Martin Scorsese's films. This is Martin Scorsese's biggest and messiest movie. This is a massive and dense history lesson of a largely forgotten moment and series of cultures in America's largest city. Amidst all the gangs, politicians, historical conflicts, and recreations is the story of a young man's search for… Continue reading Gangs of New York