American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Scorsese, Martin Born 1942. American film director known for his psychologically complex films that emphasize character over plot, including Taxi Driver (1976) and Raging Bull (1980).
- n. United States filmmaker (born in 1942)
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“The film is directed by Martin Scorsese from a screenplay by Laeta Kalogridis based on the novel by Dennis Lehane.”
“Two genres that don't come to mind when the name Martin Scorsese is mentioned are family films and science fiction.”
“Martin Scorsese is still promoting Shutter Island in various markets, which has led to a handful of big interviews that dive into the subject of various possible projects for the director.”
“Martin Scorsese is looking to someone other than Leonardo DiCaprio for his next project.”
“Martin Scorsese is going to direct a biopic on the great Frank Sinatra!”
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“Christopher Doyle, the visual consultant on the film Infernal Affairs which Martin Scorsese is remaking as The Departed, has openly slammed the remake and Scorsese himself.”
“Journalist: 'And now Martin Scorsese is making a film of your life.”
“Having been embarrassed a couple of years ago when his leaden Leonardo DiCaprio drama Gangs of New York got deservedly blown away at the box-office by Steven Spielberg's simultaneously-released Leonardo DiCaprio soufflé Catch Me If You Can, Martin Scorsese is back with a fun biopic about Howard Hughes 'golden years before his madness won out over his energy.”
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