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And Unto Dust We Shall Return: On Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’

  By Theo Zenou This review contains spoilers.   The Irishman, Martin Scorsese’s hyped return to the gangster genre, is…

3 months ago

‘The Last Temptation of Christ’ As a Testament to and an Exploration of Scorsese’s Own Faith

  By Koraljka Suton Ever since he was a little boy, director Martin Scorsese wanted to make a movie about…

2 years ago

You’re Gonna Be Redeemed: The Jersey Noir and Western Fable of James Mangold’s ‘Cop Land’

By Travis Woods A rotating wire bookrack stands in a shaded corner of the used bookshop, its metal sleeves packed…

2 years ago

Ridley Scott’s ‘The Duellists’: A Startling Debut of Honour

  By Tim Pelan On Sunday 18 February the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) will honor Sir…

3 years ago

Lives On the Line: The Grubby Politics of Paul Schrader’s ‘Blue Collar’

  By Tim Pelan Paul Schrader got the chance to direct his first film after the success of Martin Scorsese's…

3 years ago