Movies touch our hearts and awaken our vision, and change the way we see things. They take us to other places, they open doors and minds. Movies are the memories of our life time, we need to keep them alive. Martin Scorsese
During the scene where Billy and Frank are talking, Jack Nicholson felt that he wasn’t “intimidating” enough. Director Martin Scorsese reveals that the next day, Nicholson shocked everyone on set by deviating from the script and pulling out a weapon to frighten his co-star and provoke a genuine reaction. Scorsese says, “He pulled a gun on him. He didn’t tell me he had a gun. It was great… Leo’s reaction is real-time. I still get chills… It’s so real to me.” Of the incident, Dicaprio says, “It was one of the most memorable moments of my life, as far as being an actor is concerned.”
OK, Taxi Driver tonight? Yes yes?
Because of many reasons.
It still surprises me that the score was done in time…
Aw, Bernard. :’(
2.) The Aviator - Martin Scorsese (2004)
cinematography by Robert Richardson (who basically almost exclusively worked for Oliver Stone, Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino)
He also shot The Horse Whisperer…
365 Films 2013 -
#26 - Shutter Island (2010)
Not bad, Marty. No Aviator though. But that’s a hard one to beat.
Taxi Driver (1976) - Directed by Martin Scorsese
25.) The Aviator - Martin Scorsese (2004)
I’m Howard Hughes, the aviator.
# 48/365 - Gangs Of New York (Martin Scorsese, 2002)