Best Martin Scorsese Movies
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by Birsen Oray
Martin Charles Scorsese was born on November 17, 1942, in New York City, New York, United States. Martin Scorsese, whose parents worked in the textile industry, grew up in Little Italy in Manhattan. Martin Scorsese, who had asthma in his childhood, spent his time in movie theaters instead of playing with other children, and this was the beginning of his passion for cinema.
Having studied art after high school, Martin Scorsese started his career as a short film director. 1967's “The Big Shave” is remembered as Martin Scorsese's most famous short film. Martin Scorsese also shot his first feature film “Who's That Knocking at My Door” in the same year, starring his friend Harvey Keitel.
In the 1970s, Martin Scorsese began creating his masterpieces. Martin Scorsese, who achieved great success and fame with the movies “Taxi Driver” in 1976 and “New York, New York” a year later, worked with Robert De Niro in both movies. Martin Scorsese, who met with Robert De Niro in the same project again in 1980, directed the movie “Raging Bull” and signed one of the best movies in history.
Creating masterpieces one after another, Martin Scorsese directed the music video for the song Michael Jackson: Bad in 1987, combining his passion in the early days of his career with his experience. Martin Scorsese is a director who prefers to work repeatedly with actors and actresses with whom he can work collaboratively on set. That's why we often see names like Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio in movies by Martin Scorsese.
Martin Scorsese, who has been nominated for more than a dozen Oscars, won an Oscar in 2007 for “The Departed”. Martin Scorsese is considered one of the greatest directors of all time. It is really difficult to decide which are the best movies of a director who has produced so many masterpieces. I used different criteria to select and rank the best Martin Scorsese movies. And finally, I've put together and listed the best Martin Scorsese movies for you. Martin Scorsese proves that talented directors can achieve timeless success, and may have made some of their best films early in their careers.