• R, 2 hr. 8 min.
  • Drama
  • Directed By:
    Martin Scorsese
    In Theaters:
    Dec 19, 1980 Wide
    On DVD:
    Aug 1, 2000
  • United Artists

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Raging Bull Reviews

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March 4, 2014
Whilst the final 25 minutes is arguably the crown jewel of Scorsese and DeNiro's partnership, Raging Bull is a plodding, dull experience. Robert DeNiro and Joe Pesci's performances are powerful saviours, but Cathy Moriarty is the films weakest asset - emotionless delivery, less than a glimmer of chemistry with DeNiro, and resembling her 15 year old character as much as Scorsese does. Overall, Raging Bull is an admirable effort, but it barely raises a glass to Taxi Driver.
February 12, 2010
(First and only viewing - 7/30/2008)
Akash V.
August 7, 2014
Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull follows the storyline of former boxing champion, Jake LaMotta. Although it's almost always categorized as a sports film, I find this classification very misleading. This film has little to do with the subject of boxing per se; it's more of a character study of the flawed, tormented and troubled boxer, Jake LaMotta, and about his inability to connect with other human beings and his 'penchant' for self-destruction. Paul Schrader and Mardik Martin's screenplay unflinchingly explores what drove this man over the edge and what eventually pulled him back. Scorsese has presented the audiences with the most powerful portrayal of jealousy ever put up on the big screen, reviving the golden age of cinema (at least for a while).
June 6, 2010
I guess I'm one of the very few who find this as great as people claim it to be.
August 22, 2013
possibly the greatest american film ever
July 25, 2014
It has to be the best sports movie of all time.
Sgt. Cockstrain
July 23, 2014
(89%)
You can tell that this is a Scorsese film through the sheer number of aggravated physical brawls (and not forgetting the no less aggressive verbal fights) which break out every 10 minutes or so, and that's not including any of actual boxing matches themselves. And that's this film's finest accomplishment in that Jake LaMotta isn't a nice guy (which is putting it lightly), and yet seeing him fail is no less painful. Predominantly this is a brilliantly well made, DeNiro I don't think has ever been better, and the use of score is some of the best in any movie.
July 30, 2009
1001 filmes para ver antes de morrer
July 20, 2014
I'm not fond of this film. It's uncomfortable and upsetting, but as a piece of film making virtuosity, it's incredible. It may be the best pure character study ever committed to film, and the rather detestable Jake LaMotta (as presented) is unsettlingly intriguing. Who said a character had to be likable, sympathetic or even relatable to be compelling. Might be De Niro's best performance. The fact that it's shot in black and white, when there's nothing black and white about it's characters is nicely ironic.
May 20, 2014
It is all about style , photograph and editing but no substance .
August 29, 2012
The best sport's movie of all time, the story of Jake LaMotta.
Jeremy Davis
July 17, 2014
Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull follows the storyline of former boxing champion, Jake LaMotta. Although it's almost always categorized as a sports film, I find this classification very misleading. This film has little to do with the subject of boxing per se; it's more of a character study of the flawed, tormented and troubled boxer, Jake LaMotta, and about his inability to connect with other human beings and his 'penchant' for self-destruction. Paul Schrader and Mardik Martin's screenplay unflinchingly explores what drove this man over the edge and what eventually pulled him back. Scorsese has presented the audiences with the most powerful portrayal of jealousy ever put up on the big screen, reviving the golden age of cinema (at least for a while).
July 17, 2014
A powerful film with a powerful character at it's front. DeNiro deliver one of his best performances here when he portrays former middleweight champion Jake LaMotta. With it's breathtaking visuals and overall technique filled with some great backgrounds music, this movie really delivers, and do so without compassion or mercy, and is sometimes hard to watch.
February 18, 2013
Only Scorcesse and De Niro can make a boxing film about a complete prick fascinating.
CoolCatPat7
July 11, 2014
One of Robert De Niro's best performances and one of Martin Scorsese's best movies. The fight scenes are some of the best ever put to film.
July 11, 2014
It's more accesible than Taxi Driver, but still, it's a really good film.
July 9, 2014
The story, acting and beautiful camera work are all near perfect. Wonderfully shot film with the only small drawback being the blood effects in here fights. Quite heavy handed, although that is mostly the films age showing. However could have been avoided somehow. Still an incredible and timeless story and performance by Robert De Niro
July 2, 2014
The strengths of the film revolve around the brutally realistic fight scenes! And what I consider to be Robert De Niro's role of a lifetime!
July 3, 2014
I was surprised by how boring this film is and how unlikeable the characters are.
July 2, 2014
This has been called the greatest American film of the 1980's, though I personally prefer De Palma's "Blow Out". It's still quite an achievement and there isn't a less than transcendent performance in the damn thing.
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