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    Watch: What If Martin Scorsese Directed 'Wet Hot American Summer'?

    This parody trailer draws inspiration from "The Wolf of Wall Street," to imagine what would have happened if Martin Scorsese had directed the 2001 cult camp comedy.

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    Trailers from Hell on Martin Scorsese's 'Boxcar Bertha'

    Martin Scorsese’s second feature assignment was produced by Julie Corman, following American International Pictures' success with 'Bloody Mama' and 'Dillinger.'

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    Watch: What If RATATOUILLE Met THE WOLF OF WALL STREET? Two Trailers, Merged

    The most resounding criticism of Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" was that its rambunctious, excessive, extreme, vulgar manner was not, in fact, satire but an endorsement, and in fact a glorification, of Wall Streeters' behavior. No one made similar accusations of "Ratatouille."

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    Watch: A Video Essay on the Structural Beauty of Martin Scorsese's THE WOLF OF WALL STREET

    What Milad Tangshir has done with this extremely well-researched and well-edited video essay on Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street is actually several things.

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    Watch: A Video Essay Ode to Martin Scorsese's BRINGING OUT THE DEAD

    Scout Tafoya's most recent installment in his "The Unloved" video essay series was on Martin Scorsese's "Bringing Out the Dead," a film describing the crazed and vaguely hallucinatory careenings of a New York ambulance driver played by Nicolas Cage, thrust up against life and death at their most int...

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    Watch: Saul Bass' Most Iconic Title Sequences, From Scorsese to Hitchcock

    Dive into the most famous movie title sequences designed by legendary artist Saul Bass, who worked with inimitable directors up until his death in 1996.

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