Tag Archives: Martin Scorsese

I hit 500! – My Personal Top 50

I finally made it! I’ve now seen 500 of the 1,000 films on the TheyShootPictures.com Greatest Movies compilation list. I hit the milestone with Roman Polanski’s The Tenant. Here’s what I’ve seen so far: https://themetropolistimes.com/1000-films-2/ It’s been a ridiculous amount of fun … Continue reading

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Modern and Postmodern Jesus Films

The Gospel According to St. Matthew (1964) dir. Pier Paolo Pasolini “Could these also be reasons why God has given us two creation stories and four versions of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus?” – Merold Westphal Pasolini, a dedicated Marxist, … Continue reading

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Mean Streets

Mean Streets (1973) dir. Martin Scrosese It’s been about two weeks since I saw Mean Streets, and I’m still struggling to find something to say about it.  It’s a Scorsese film in the most generic sense – Roman Catholic Italian … Continue reading

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