Scorsese's Best Decade


Which Decade Is Scorsese's Best?
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1960's Who's that knocking at my door
3 votes
1970's Boxcar Bertha, Mean Streets, Alice doesn't live here anymore, Taxi Driver, NY NY, Last Waltz
6 votes
1980's Raging Bull, King of Comedy, After Hours, Color of Money, Last Temptation)
4 votes
1990's Goodfellas, Cape Fear, Age of Innocence, Casino, Kundun, Bringing out the Dead)
0 votes
2000's Gangs of NY, Aviator, Departed, Shine a Light)
1 votes
2010's Shutter Island, Hugo, Wolf of Wall Street, Silence, Irishman)
0 votes
2020's Killers of the Flower Moon)
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Which decade would you consider his best output?
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Suspect's Reviews

Personally, I would pick the 2010s as his best decade. For me, Hugo and Wolf of Wall Street are both 9/10 and Silence and The Irishman are both 10/10. And Shutter Island is good too, an 8/10.

The 80s I guess? But he's a (moderate) hit or (hard) miss anyway.
Preserving the sanctity of cinema. Subtitles preferred, mainstream dismissed, and always in search of yet another film you have never heard of. I speak fluent French New Wave.

The trick is not minding
Marty had had his share of misses, thatís for sure. Mean Streets was ok, but New York,New York, The Last Waltz, The Ming of Comedy, and Cape Fear were disappointing.