Martin Scorsese Films Quiz

Can you name these films directed by the legendary Martin Scorsese?
Quiz by Sixfootbeachgod
Last updated: September 24, 2019
First submittedMarch 23, 2012
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The story of a mob hitman and the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa
The Irishman
Unethical stock broker Jordan Belfort becomes a Wall Street tycoon
The Wolf of Wall Street
Boy who lives alone in Paris train station wants to rebuild an automaton
U.S. Marshal starts to doubt his sanity when he is sent to investigate a
missing patient at an insane asylum
Shutter Island
Policeman infiltrates the Boston mob while a criminal mole infiltrates the police
The Departed
The life of eccentric aviation tycoon founder Howard Hughes
The Aviator
Protestants battle Catholics in the slums of Manhattan's Five Points
neighborhood in the mid 1800s
Gangs of New York
Number-crunching mobster and his violent friend Nicky run a Las Vegas
gambling establishment
On the North Carolina coast, a lawyer and his family are stalked
by a pyschotic former client
Cape Fear
"I always wanted to be a gangster" says a boy who grew up to be just that
In order to save mankind, Jesus must overcome the desires of the flesh
The Last Temptation
of Christ
Retired pool hustler takes a young protegé under his wing
The Color of Money
Boxer Jake LaMotta has personal demons
Raging Bull
Cab driver takes vigilante action against a New York City pimp
Taxi Driver
Level 44
Jun 27, 2012
Recently watched Gangs of New York. Love it. Daniel Day-Lewis is unbelievable good
Level 87
Jun 28, 2012
Seems to have a real inclination to use (and reuse) the same actors over and over again - first with Deniro, lately with Dicaprio.
Level 44
Oct 13, 2012
Pesci, Keitel...
Level 46
Jan 20, 2021
Directors tend to do that because they like those actors and get along with them creatively.
Level 47
Dec 23, 2013
No docs? "Shine a Light," "No Direction Home?"
Level 62
Apr 9, 2016
Living in the Material World
Level 34
Oct 12, 2015
The man who nurtures potential actors into great actors : Harvey Keitel, Robert de Niro, Joe Pesci, Leonardo di Caprio...
Level 79
Dec 21, 2016
Shine a Light is also a feature film
Level 79
Dec 21, 2016
Ah I see I'm not a connoisseur, apparently he directed a whole bunch of documentaries.
Level 49
Jan 5, 2017

Last Waltz

Shine a Light

No Direction Home

Living in the Material World

A Personal Journey Through American Cinema

My Voyage to Italy

Public Speaking

Letters to Elia

Feels Like Going Home

Most of these had at least brief theatrical releases, as well.

Level 80
Dec 26, 2016
The COLOR of Money is spelled incorrectly.
Level ∞
Sep 24, 2019
Level 71
Sep 27, 2019
It's a bit harsh to not accept "colour" though. I gave up on that one because I thought I must have been thinking about The Hustler.
Level 76
Nov 2, 2019
I wrote "colour" instead of "color" and got it wrong. I understand it's the American spelling, but come on. A lost point over a single letter? Colour me disappointed.
Level 49
Nov 2, 2019
It’s known as “The Colour of Money” here, that spelling should be accepted.
Level 81
Jan 2, 2017
Impressive career over six decades.
Level 85
Sep 24, 2019
Asks if we can name all his movies, but heaps of them aren't here.
Level ∞
Sep 24, 2019
Whoops, fixed.
Level 79
Sep 25, 2019
Directed Silence, released in 2016 (friendly suggestion)
Level 66
Nov 2, 2019
There are lots of movies missing. This appears to be just his best-known stuff.
Level 86
Nov 2, 2019
It used to have all of them but I guess they trimmed it down.
Level 76
Nov 3, 2019
It's regrettable that The King of Comedy is not one of his most well-known movies.
Level 86
Nov 3, 2019
I agree. That's one of his most underrated ones. But I think it's slowly getting more recognition thanks to Joker.
Level 54
May 12, 2020
Yeah I was wondering where King of Comedy was
Level 54
May 12, 2020
Wow I got Hugo but I didn't know he directed it, I saw it a long time ago when I was little
Level 55
Jan 1, 2021
Weird to include Hugo and Shutter Island over King of Comedy and Mean Streets (both classics) or even Age of Innocence and Alice... What was the thinking?