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The Best Of Martin Scorsese: Top 10 Highest-Rated Films That Will Keep You Hooked

Before you watch Killers of the Flower Moon, here are Martin Scorsese’s highest rated movies that are a must-watch.

Aanchal Sharma

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Leonardo DiCaprio with Martin Scorsese.
Leonardo DiCaprio with Martin Scorsese. (Image: X)

OVER the years, American filmmaker Martin Scorsese has established himself as a director with renowned abilities to delve into the complexities of human nature. Scorsese has crafted a series of cinematic masterpieces that transcend genres. From gripping crime dramas to historical epics and introspective character studies, each film bears the indelible mark of his directorial genius. 

With his new film Killers of Flower Moon creating waves around the globe, take a look at Martin Scorsese’s highest-rated movies, marked by stellar performances, innovative storytelling, and a distinct visual style that stand testament to his enduring influence on filmmaking.

Goodfellas (1990)

Martin Scorsese’s crime masterpiece chronicles the rise and fall of Henry Hill in the New York Mafia. Its frenetic pace, stellar performances by Ray Liotta and Joe Pesci, and a compelling narrative make it a classic.

Taxi Driver (1976)

Starring Robert De Niro as Travis Bickle, a mentally unstable Vietnam War veteran, this psychological thriller explores urban alienation. Scorsese’s direction and De Niro’s iconic performance earned critical acclaim.

Raging Bull (1980)

The biographical drama about boxer Jake LaMotta, portrayed by De Niro, showcases the destructive nature of jealousy and obsession. The film’s raw intensity and innovative cinematography earned it multiple accolades.

The Departed (2006)

A gripping crime thriller set in Boston, this film stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jack Nicholson. Its intricate plot, outstanding cast, and unexpected twists garnered widespread praise and won Scorsese his first Oscar for Best Director.

Casino (1995)

Another collaboration with De Niro, this crime epic delves into the world of Las Vegas casinos. Scorsese’s meticulous attention to detail, strong performances, and a captivating narrative make it a compelling watch.

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

Based on Jordan Belfort’s memoir, this dark comedy explores the excesses of Wall Street. Leonardo DiCaprio’s dynamic portrayal of Belfort and Scorsese’s energetic direction contributed to the film’s critical and commercial success.

Mean Streets (1973)

A gritty examination of life in New York’s Little Italy, this film marked the beginning of Scorsese’s collaboration with De Niro. It’s hailed for its realistic portrayal of street-level crime and complex characters.

Gangs of New York (2002)

Set in 19th-century New York, this historical crime drama features Daniel Day-Lewis and Leonardo DiCaprio. Its vivid depiction of a turbulent era, along with powerful performances, earned acclaim.

Hugo (2011)

A departure from Scorsese’s usual style, this family-friendly film tells the story of a young orphan in 1930s Paris. Known for its visually stunning cinematography, it received praise for its creativity and heartfelt narrative.

Shutter Island (2010)

A psychological thriller starring DiCaprio, it follows a U.S. Marshal investigating the disappearance of a prisoner from a mental institution. The film’s eerie atmosphere, twists, and DiCaprio’s performance contributed to its positive reception.

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