List of Remaining Scorsese Films Needed for Guest Reviews


Martin+Scorsese+scorseseAs you might recall, last week I announced that the subject of my first series of director spotlight Guest Reviews would be on the great Martin Scorsese.  So far a good chunk of movies have already been claimed, but there are still plenty of great films left on the list!  I’m especially surprised to see that numbers 1, 3, 4, and 9 are still open.  I’m planning on keeping on going until each and every film is taken, which means that even if you aren’t available at the moment there is plenty of time left to take part.  If you haven’t already signed up for something, I highly encourage you to let me know in the comments below or via email at aswinn92@live.com which movie you’d like to review.

  1. Kundun (1997)
  2. Cape Fear (1991)
  3. The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)
  4. After Hours (1985)
  5. New York, New York (1977)
  6. Boxcar Bertha (1972)
  7. Who’s That Knocking At My Door (1967)

Act now to make sure you get your first picks!

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I'm a student at the University of Washington Majoring Business. I've always loved movies and my goal is to work on the financial side of the film industry. Until then though, I figure I'll spare my friends from my opinions and shout them from a digital mountaintop for anyone who's interested. After all, if a tree falls in a forest and nobody blogs about it, does it really happen?
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14 Responses to List of Remaining Scorsese Films Needed for Guest Reviews

  1. Hi. I’d happily supply a review for The Departed if you wish to accept?

  2. drzeek says:

    I’d be happy to take Mean Streets as well, if you don’t mind me doing 2

  3. Nick Powell says:

    When do you need these by? I’d totally do Taxi Drive or Cape Fear if I have enough time. Moving soon and all.

  4. I’ll also take on “The Last Temptation of Christ” if it’s still available.

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