Robert De Niro

  • Mariano Cohn & Gastón Duprat – Nada AKA Nothing (2023)

    2021-2030ArgentinaComedyMariano Cohn and Gastón DupratTV
    Nada (2023)
    Nada (2023)

    An iconic bon vivant, who barely has enough resources to maintain his affluent lifestyle, hires a young woman from Paraguay to replace the recently deceased maid who took care of him for more than 40 years.Read More »

  • John McNaughton – Mad Dog and Glory (1993)

    John McNaughton1991-2000CrimeUSA
    Mad Dog and Glory (1993)
    Mad Dog and Glory (1993)

    When shy, soft-spoken Chicago detective Wayne “Mad Dog” Dobie inadvertently saves the life of local gangster Frank Milo, he’s the reluctant recipient of an unusual one week “thank you” gift – a beautiful bartender named Glory.Read More »

  • Martin Scorsese – The King of Comedy (1982)

    Martin Scorsese1981-1990ComedyDramaUSA
    The King of Comedy (1982)
    The King of Comedy (1982)

    Rupert Pupkin (De Niro), a stage-door autograph hound, is an aspiring stand-up comic with obsessive ambition far in excess of any actual talent. A chance meeting with Jerry Langford (Lewis), a famous comedian and talk show host, leads Rupert to believe that his “big break” has finally come. His attempts to get a place on the show are continually rebuffed by Langford’s staff and, finally, by Langford himself. Along the way, Rupert indulges in elaborate and obsessive fantasies where he and Langford are colleagues and friends.Read More »

  • Terry Gilliam – Brazil (1985)

    1981-1990DramaSci-FiTerry GilliamUnited Kingdom
    Brazil (1985)
    Brazil (1985)

    Through its wildly comic, furiously creative, and intensely moving façade, Terry Gilliam’s Brazil ponders a future made to sustain a draconian past molded by inequality. In this dystopia, the rich, having long knelt at the alter of radical capitalistic tyranny, spend their days having their flesh stretched, sliced, and injected with ultraviolet potions, while the working class types, files, signs, and stamps its way through pointless paperwork. Overrun by communicative ducts, coated wires, cement and metals, and magnified, miniature computer screens, the future conjured up by Gilliam averts the familiar prophecy of an anaesthetized, plastic world overrun by rampantly advancing technology. Indeed, men, who see advancing technology as an affront to their fiscal station and take the pecuniary gain of the morbid, perverse 1% as their modus operandi, unmistakably run the future of Gilliam’s film. New technology is expensive; paper is cheap.Read More »

  • Alan Parker – Angel Heart (1987) (HD)

    1981-1990Alan ParkerHorrorThrillerUSA

    New York, 1955, Private Detective Harry Angel has a new case on his hands. Washed up crooner Johnny Favourite has gone missing. Witnesses, informants and anybody who might be holding clues are being murdered one by one. Angel is being kept awake at night by strange satanic visions and before long he suddenly finds himself being dragged into a world of sex, murder, voodoo and death.Read More »

  • Bernardo Bertolucci – Novecento AKA 1900 [4K Restoration] (1976)

    1971-1980Bernardo BertolucciDramaEpicItaly

    After the international firestorm of Last Tango in Paris, Bernardo Bertolucci went on to create one of the grandest and most legendary epics in modern cinema. A stunning five-hour saga following the intertwined fates of two childhood friends born on the same day in 1901 at opposite ends of the social scale through five decades of class struggle.Read More »

  • Michael Cimino – The Deer Hunter (1978)

    Michael Cimino1971-1980DramaUSAWar

    Structures within the time frame of empirical perspectives have a tendency to unknowingly look in the wrong direction. Michael Cimino’s The Deer Hunter (1978) overcomes this problem by focusing on an intensely felt portrayal of the characterisation within a closed community that allows us to see the universality of a doom-inflected generation that blindly followed the path shown by the state. Time allows the peaceful reign to negate the demand for instantaneous discourse and the setting up of ideological walls that soon become entrenched. Over 30 years since it was first released, The Deer Hunter has become what it always was: a deep-rooted immersion into American blue-collar life.Read More »

  • Elia Kazan – The Last Tycoon (1976)

    1971-1980DramaElia KazanRomanceUSA

    The Last Tycoon (1976) is a feature dramatic film based upon Harold Pinter’s screenplay adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Last Tycoon, sometimes known as The Love of the Last Tycoon.

    Directed by Elia Kazan and produced by Sam Spiegel, the film starred Robert De Niro as “Monroe Stahr,” Tony Curtis as “Rodriguez,” Robert Mitchum as “Pat Brady,” Jack Nicholson as “Brimmer,” Donald Pleasence as “Boxley”, Jeanne Moreau as “Didi” and Theresa Russell as “Cecilia Brady”.Read More »

  • Ulu Grosbard – True Confessions (1981)

    1981-1990CrimeDramaUlu GrosbardUSA

    In Los Angeles, circa 1940, an embittered, once-corrupt cop named Tom Spellacy is investigating two murders: that of a priest found dead in a whorehouse, and that of a mutilated woman in a park. As he searches for the culprits, Spellacy uncovers an immense web of corruption, involving prostitutes, dirty cops and pornography. Even the Roman Catholic Church is implicated, particularly one Monsignor Des Spellacy, Tom’s brother. Although Des is innocent of any wrongdoing, his actions raise moral and religious issues that Tom must deal with, in order to solve these bizarre murders.Read More »

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