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1. GoodFellas
2. Taxi Driver
3. Raging Bull
4. After Hours
5. The Last Temptation of Christ
6. The Age of Innocence
7. The King of Comedy
8. Silence
9. The Last Waltz
10. Casino


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Seeing all these lists makes me realise how few Scorsese films I've actually seen. Which is ridiculous considering how much i rate the ones I have seen! Need to start watching!

Interesting that Wolf of Wall Street hasn't made it onto some of your updated lists... I thought it was brilliant!



Interesting that Wolf of Wall Street hasn't made it onto some of your updated lists... I thought it was brilliant!
Said the person who just admitted they haven't seen a whole bunch of his movies.

Also notice that this thread was started and the first wave of replies came in May and June of 2013, months before The Wolf of Wall Street was even released.


But go see a dozen more Scorsese movies and tell us if Wolf of Wall Street still holds up for you?

We'll wait.



1) Raging Bull
2) Taxi Driver
3) The King of Comedy
4) Goodfellas
5) Mean Streets
6) The Age of Innocence
7) The Last Temptation of Christ
8) Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
9) Hugo
10) After Hours





1. Gangs of New York
while it has it's flaws and I can admit it's not his best film it is my favorite of his films and the one I've watched the most.


2. Goodfellas



3. Silence



4. Raging Bull


5. Casino


6. Hugo


7. The Wolf of Wall Street


8. Taxi Driver


9. Departed


10. Cape Fear



This might just do nobody any good.
1. Taxi Driver
2. The Last Temptation of Christ
3. Goodfellas
4. The King of Comedy
5. Raging Bull
6. Mean Streets
7. Shutter Island
8. Silence
9. The Age of Innocence
10. The Wolf of Wall Street

Watch list: After Hours, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

Shoutout: Italianamerican

Quote that some will disagree with: “Gangs of New York peaks when Brendan Gleeson kicks the door.”



Seeing all these lists makes me realise how few Scorsese films I've actually seen. Which is ridiculous considering how much i rate the ones I have seen! Need to start watching!

Interesting that Wolf of Wall Street hasn't made it onto some of your updated lists... I thought it was brilliant!
Wolf of Wall Street made onto the bottom of my top 10... it's a damn good movie... I personally don't feel it ranks amongst Scorsese's VERY BEST.

Gangs of NY, and Shutter Island are quality films as well, and didn't make my top 10.

For MANY directors, Gangs of NY and Shutter Island would be considered their two best films - it's a testament to good Marty is that arguably aren't even in his top 10.



My surprise is that The King of Comedy isn't higher on most lists. I might be the only one who thinks its arguably his best film, and also... arguably DeNiro's best performance.



Cape Fear was okay, so was Hugo, Wolf of Wall-Street was good, I loved The Departed and The Aviator. Goodfellas and Taxi Driver have been on my "Need to Watch" list for years.



Said the person who just admitted they haven't seen a whole bunch of his movies.

Also notice that this thread was started and the first wave of replies came in May and June of 2013, months before The Wolf of Wall Street was even released.


But go see a dozen more Scorsese movies and tell us if Wolf of Wall Street still holds up for you?

We'll wait.
Ok back in a bit



Shutter Island and Wolf of Wall Street are his best works: Old Scorsese > Young Scorsese.

Also, Goodfellas and Taxi Driver are overrated AF



1) Raging Bull
2) Taxi Driver
3) Goodfellas
4) King Of Comedy
5) Mean Streets
6) The Departed
7) Gangs of New York
8) Shutter Island
9) Hugo
10) Casino



Definitely one of my all time favorite directors:

1. Goodfellas
2. The Raging Bull
3. The Taxi Driver
4. The Departed
5. Casino
6. Gangs Of New York
7. The King Of Comedy
8. Cape Fear
9. Mean Streets
10 Wolf Of Wall Street



1.) Goodfellas
2.) Casino
3.) The Departed
4.) Taxi Driver
5.) Gangs of New York
6.) Raging Bull
7.) Mean Streets
8.) The King of Comedy
9.) The Last Temptation of Christ
10.) After Hours
I have to redo mine, because 2013 me in an idiot.

10.) After Hours
9.) The Last Temptation of Christ
8.) The King of Comedy
7.) Raging Bull
6.) Gangs of New York
5.) The Departed
4.) Taxi Driver
3.) Mean Streets
2.) Casino
1.) Goodfellas



01. Taxi Driver
02. The King of Comedy
03. Goodfellas
04. The Last Waltz
05. After Hours
06. The Wolf of Wall Street
07. Mean Streets
08. The Aviator
09. Raging Bull
10. The Last Temptation of Christ

All of his films i've seen minus The Last Waltz ranked - https://letterboxd.com/camarel/list/...orsese-ranked/

Didn't include The Last Waltz because i want to make a separate one for his documentaries but that's still the only one of his docs i've seen. The Color of Money's high placement will probably raise some eyebrows: every time i watch it it reminds me of one of the best vacations i ever had as a kid, i watched it just before leaving for the vacation and i played alot of pool during the holiday and watched it several times when i came back. It's one of the most intense nostalgic feelings i still have, should be higher tbh haha.