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Is a Challenging Saga of Faith and Martyrdom
The director is attempting to make you see things as no one has before: with pity, terror, and — maybe hardest of all to induce — a gnawing ambivalence.
Critics Are in Rapture Over Scorsese’s
The Jesuit priests, however, have not yet given a hot take.
Watch the Trailer for Martin Scorsese’s
Holy hell, being a Jesuit priest in 17th-century Japan is intense.
7 Things to Know About Scorsese’s
It hasn’t entered production yet, but it’s already hotly anticipated.
Leonardo DiCaprio Performances, Ranked From Worst to Best
He’s played troubled men and boyish romantic heroes with equal skill, worked opposite many of the living greats, and still hasn’t won his Oscar.
the wolf of wall street
Leonardo DiCaprio on
The Wolf of Wall Street