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Martin Scorsese Cinematic Comparison

In nine pages Bringing Out the Dead and Taxi Driver are contrasted and compared in terms of themes, characterization, and cinemati...

Goodfellas Film by Martin Scorsese

In six pages this paper examines the technical aspects of Scorsese's 1990 move and assesses whether or not it registered any socia...

Martin Scorsese's Justification of Violence in Films Mean Streets, Taxi Driver, GoodFellas and Casino

and accumulating gambling debts he cannot possibly pay, the stage is set for a bloody confrontation when loan sharks come calling....

Goodfellas, the Media, and Sociology

time period and the Mafia subculture into which the boy is being indoctrinated. Another scene that contrasts Henrys family life w...

Martin Scorsese's Common Themes in the Film Casino

in many works, the focus of attention on the many true stories he takes on is related to childhood friendship that seemingly last ...

Movie Review of Martin Scorsese's Cape Fear

In six pages a plot synopsis of Scorsese's 1991 remake of Cape Fear is presented along with the argument that in addition to being...

Martin Scorsese's 'Raging Bull'

It is likely that DiNiro, a highly acclaimed actor put a lot of himself into the film and also Scorcese was brilliant as usual. Go...

Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver and the Use of Narrative

hard to draw oppositions between Travis and the Villain, Sport, as both are strong males who use forceful methods and generally th...

Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas, Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather and Their Depiction of Crime and Punishment

He seems to have made up his mind at the very beginning of the saga. He has become a part of the military...

Film Review of Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas

the voiceover. According to reviewer Patricia Kowal, this inclusion of a female perspective furthers the gangster genre because it...

Martin Scorsese's Cinematography Intimacy in the Biographical Film Raging Bull

are moments when the action appears in slow motion, but it does not last long, and over all contributes to the dream quality of th...

Martin Scorsese's Film GoodFellas and the Subculture It Portrays

In five pages this paper examines normal and deviant types of behavior, socialization, symbols, values, folkways, and mores within...

Analysis of Martin Scorsese's Film Raging Bull

in Raging Bull (127). Thus, part of the reason for the success of the film has to do with the choreographed movements of the acto...

Music in Martin Scorsese's Film Casino

something. Traditionally, music in films have performed seven distinct functions (Bobker 101). At least six of these functions ap...

Realism in Martin Scorsese's Film Raging Bull

In five pages cinematic realism is compared and contrasted with film noir and surrealism with the focus being how in the film Ragi...

Scene Analysis/Taxi Driver

on the mise-en-scene, camera work, editing and sound in a scene where Bickle states his intention to "get in shape now" and that h...

Soundtrack, Raging Bull

This essay offers description, summation and analysis of several scenes from Martin Scorsese's "Raging Bull" and the director's us...

Scorsese/Gangs of New York

the foreign hordes defiling it" (Mattie 215). Cutting slays Vallon, consigns his son to an orphanage, and proclaims his rule ove...

Goodfella/Its Moral Message

Henrys voiceover narration.3 This narration gives the viewer insight into Henrys motivations. This narration conveys Henrys childl...

A Review and Analysis of the Film, Raging Bull

This paper reviews and analyzes Martin Scorsese's 1980 classic film, Raging Bull. This two page paper has one source listed in th...

Jean Paul Sartre, Taxi Driver Film, and Existentialism

In five pages existentialism is examined and then discussed within the context of Martin Scorsese's film Taxi Driver and Jean Paul...

Novel and Film Comparison of The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton

of a visual masterpiece that demonstrates that Scorsese is an artist who understands the tone of the original work from which he c...

Ethical Code of Lockheed Martin

at all. Because it has its hand in multiple cookie jars, it likely should subscribe to a variety of ethical codes. Certain types o...

Urban Aesthetic and the Films of Martin Scorsese

large urban environment, humanity is even more vulnerable to the cruel and capricious winds of fate than at any other time in hist...

Boxers and Boxing in the Films When We Were Kings and Raging Bull

conscientiously misanthropic" (pp. 55). "Raging Bull" was about the life of a man who actually had something of a heart and was de...

Martin Scorcese's Raging Bull and Jake La Motta

powerful subject for a director like Scorcese and an actor such as DeNiro. Based on La Mottas autobiography, the student working o...

Immigration and the Gangs of New York

The film opens with a dramatization of a gang battle that occurred in 1846 between Irish gang, principally the "Dead Rabbits" led ...

Scorsese's "Who's That Knocking At My Door" And "Mean Streets" - Brief Analysis

business transactions occur within the city limits, not to mention the fact that some of the wealthiest people choose to hang thei...

Raging Bull, Breathless, and Spectator's Construct of Femininity According to Narrative and Style

In nine pages these films by Martin Scorsese and Jean Luc Godard are examined in terms of how femininity is presented to the spect...

Goodfellas, The Godfather, Crime and Punishment

actions to be taken in the name of family honor. The crime, in this view, was to do nothing when disgraced. In contrast, the vie...