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Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1974) put Scorsese in the mainstream. This tale of a single mom (Ellen Burstyn in an Oscar-winning performance) finding second chances in the arid Southwest proved the New York City kid could tell other types of stories. After Hours (1985) saved Scorsese. The drain of big movies and his unsuccessful first attempt to make The Last Temptation of Christ left the auteur doubting his talent. The nightmarish comedy starting Griffin Dunne is a love-it-or-leave-it for many Scorsese fans, but the fast shoot schedule and claustrophobic story rejuvenated Scorsese and won him Best Director kudos at Cannes. The highlight of the collection is a two-disc edition of his masterpiece, GoodFellas (1990), complete with a remastered print and a dynamite commentary by several key talents (recorded separately) including Ray Liotta, author Nicholas Pileggi, and even Robert De Niro. Even with an extra disc of three featurettes, it's the film on which we hear the least from the man himself, but perhaps all we need to know is on the screen. --Doug Thomas
I find Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore unbearable but its a great value for the other films, "Who's that knocking at my Door" is particularly memorable, not sure if its... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Cohen
How could I not buy this? At this price, Goodfellas, etc. at less than $3.00 each, from one of America's top directors. Amazon made me an offer I couldn't refuse. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MAGstar
After Hours is a very entertaining yet bizarre film that studies how misunderstanding can get you into big trouble. Read morePublished 11 months ago by E. J. Jove
Great item, great service! Thanks for a great item and the speedy turnaround. Really appreciate the great item and service!Published 21 months ago by Jake Deptula
Great movies at an excellent price!
Ideal for a gift!
All the included movies are good, they even offer interesting features I never seen before.
Unfortunately, Raging Bull and Taxi Driver are not included, but this collection is still a gem and a bargain. Read morePublished on May 18, 2011 by c. bautista
Who's That Knocking at My Door ( 1969 ) attracts viewers
from the 2 punch combination, of being a Martin Scorcese
picture and of headlining Harvey Keitel. Read more