Reviews



Title
Author


Raging Bull   10/08/17
by Citizen Rules
I thought the boxing scenes were boring and usually those are best part of a boxing film.

Raging Bull   12/23/14
by Cobpyth
Scorsese follows a fictional version of real-life boxer Jake LaMotta (there are no words that can describe the brilliance of De Niro's acting performance in this film) and deeply analyzes the philosophy and psychology behind the character and his unusual environment.

Raging Bull   5/17/11
by TylerDurden99
Raging Bull is certainly in my top 20 favourite films of all time and definitely tussles it out with another '80's masterpiece for the title of "best of the decade".

Raging Bull   3/08/11
by TheUsualSuspect
The film is highly regarded as one of the best films of the 80's, some people will even go further and say one of the best films of all time.

Raging Bull   1/11/09
by MovieMan8877445
Now I think this is a movie that everyone should check out sometime, its a film that I think anyone who loves movies has to see.

Raging Bull   6/23/08
by mark f
Second, I think that Scorsese may have been afraid that the film would have been too violent in color and that he wouldn't be allowed to get away with some of the more violent makeup effects during the boxing matches and a few other graphic scenes.

Raging Bull   5/02/06
by PrometheusFG
I honestly can't find the words to express how great Scorcese films Raging Bull.

Raging Bull   6/28/04
by Ezikiel
When I think of De Niro, I think of this film, when I think of Scorsese, I think of this film, and when it comes to Paul Schrader's best screenplay's, this is one of his best.

Raging Bull   4/07/03
by Holden Pike
Mean Streets overtly owes more to Cassavetes, and Taxi Driver to Film Noir, but Raging Bull is clearly more aligned with Visconti.

Raging Bull   4/07/03
by The Silver Bullet
The fact that Raging Bull is extremely funny, for example [that is something about most Scorsese films that you don't pick up in one viewing.


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