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Summary: When Jake LaMotta steps into a boxing ring and obliterates his opponent, he's a prizefighter portrayed in this Martin Scorsese film by Robert De Niro. But when he treats his family and friends the same way, he's a ticking time bomb, ready to go off at any moment. Though LaMotta wants his family's love, something always seems to come between them. Perhaps it's his violent bouts of paranoia and jealousy. This kind of rage helped make him a champ, but in real life, he winds up in the ring alone... (imdb)
I never considered this one of my favorite movies. It's incredibly good, I can't deny that. The black and white cinematography is astonishing, DeNiro is absolutely perfect, the story is tragic. When I watch it, I'm very, very impressed... but not entirely compelled. I appreciate what's great about it, I just don't connect with it on a gut level.
Without any doubts this is the best role by De Niro. It's difficult to play an animal, but he managed to do this which makes him one of the best actors in the history. Superb direction by Scorsese adds beauty to the story. I would, probably, love this movie more, but this person (LaMotta) is not the one I'm gonna feel sympathy for or something else.
My favorite Scorsese picture. It manages an excellent balance between gritty realism and profound elegance. The black and white photography is stunning, and the fight scenes are among the most exciting and beautiful sequences I've ever seen. Furthermore, LaMotta is Scorsese's and DeNiro's most beautifully realized character: brutal, paranoid, often quite awful, yet tragic and all too human. I also really like Pesci as the flawed yet sympathetic brother.
Deniros finest performance. The struggles of fame and fortune are what drives this picture to excel. Scorsese takes this real life project and makes a classic that many people will watch for many years to come and enjoy how tough real life can be even for those constantly in the spotlight.
An intensely powerful and striking film. De Niro's performance is on the short list of the greatest ever; his Jake La Motta is brutal and self-destructive but oddly compelling and almost sympathetic, if not for the way in which he harms and alienates those he loves through his cruel and unforgiving behavior. Scorsese's direction is a thing of perfection, especially in the boxing scenes, which take on a form of heightened, exaggerated reality, and the black-and-white cinematography is stunning.
08 Subat 08, 05am. & DeNiro'nun en iyi oyunculuk performansi ve Scorsese'den, 2 saate sigdirilmis, muhtesem bir biyografi.LaMotta'nin hikayesini Carter ve LaMotta yazmis.Carter, mukemmel altmetinlerle donatmis senaryoyu ve Scorsese'nin dehasiyla bir basyapit ortaya cikmis.LaMotta, gizli escinsel ve egoistin teki.Aslinda anlatilmak istenen, LaMotta'nin kariyerinin, paranoyaya varan davranislari yuzunden cokuse gectigidir.LaMotta'yi bitiren kari-kizdi.O sahiplendi, kiskandi ve yalniz kaldi...
Raging Bull is the kind of movie that is better every time you see it. There aren't many movies that can blow you away each and every viewing, but Raging Bull does it. It's heartfelt and honest the way De Niro plays LaMotta. It's an incredible movie and every front and is the closest representation of the harsh realities of self detest.