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"You’re gonna knock whose fucking teeth in? Whose fucking teeth are you gonna knock in? I put the money on that fucking table, not you!""He’s got a gun you fucking idiot!""Fuck his gun!"
The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) dir. Martin Scorsese

You could put in quotes from Gandhi himself but that fucking screenshot….

quentintarantinc:

"You’re gonna knock whose fucking teeth in? Whose fucking teeth are you gonna knock in? I put the money on that fucking table, not you!"
"He’s got a gun you fucking idiot!"
"Fuck his gun!"

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) dir. Martin Scorsese

You could put in quotes from Gandhi himself but that fucking screenshot….

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A Martin Scorsese Ramones Movie Is in Planning Stages - /Film

The Ramones are one of the most influential rock bands to ever bash out a three-chord gem, but their use in film has been — let’s face it — pretty mediocre. I’ve always wanted to see someone cut some really smashing sequences to Ramones songs, but that has been a rare event. That’s about to change, because Martin Scorsese is reportedly planning to make a Ramones movie. That means we might see a sequence in whichThelma Schoonmaker cuts footage to ‘Blitzkrieg Bop,’ in which case I’ll just lose my mind in the best way.

God is real

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Watch: Trailers For Martin Scorsese’s List Of The 39 Foreign Films You Should See Before You Die

1. Nosferatu (1922) - F.W. Murnau

2. Metropolis (1927)- Fritz Lang
3. Dr. Mabuse, The Gambler (1922) – Fritz Lang
4. Napoleon (1927) – Abel Gance
5. Grand Illusion (1937)– Jean Renoir
6. Rules Of The Game (1939) – Jean Renoir
7. Children Of Paradise (1945) - Marcel Carné
8. Rome, Open City (1945) - Roberto Rossellini
9. Paisà (Paisan) (1946) - Roberto Rossellini 
10. La Terra Trema (1948) – Luchino Visconti 
11. The Bicycle Thief (1948) – Vittorio De Sica
12. Umberto D. (1952) – Vittorio De Sica
13. Beauty & The Beast (1946) – Jean Cocteau
14. Tokyo Story (1953) – Yasujirō Ozu
15. Ikiru (1952) – Akira Kurosawa
16. Seven Samurai (1954) – Akira Kurosawa
17. Ugetsu (1953) – Kenji Mizoguchi
18. Sansho The Bailiff (1954) – Kenji Mizoguchi
19. High and Low (1963) – Akira Kurosawa
20. Big Deal On Madonna Street (1958) – Mario Monicelli
21. Rocco and His Brothers (1960) – Luchino Visconti
22. The 400 Blows (1959) – François Truffaut
23. Shoot the Piano Player (1960) – François Truffaut
24. Breathless (1960) – Jean-Luc Godard
25. Band of Outsiders (1964) – Jean-Luc Godard
26. Il Sorpasso (1962) – Dino Risi
27. L’avventura (1960) – Michelangelo Antonioni
28. Blow Up (1966) – Michelangelo Antonioni
29. Before the Revolution (1964) - Bernardo Bertolucci
30. Le boucher (1970) - Claude Chabrol
31. Weekend - (1967) Jean-Luc Godard 
32. Death by Hanging (1968) - Nagisa Ôshima
33. The Merchant of Four Seasons (1971) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder
34. Ali: Fear Eats The Soul (1974) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder
35. The Marriage of Maria Braun (1979) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder
36. Kings of the Road (1976) – Wim Wenders
37. The American Friend (1970) – Wim Wenders
38. The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (1974) –Werner Herzog
39. Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972) –Werner Herzog

The Fassbinder love is giving me so much life. 

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