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Langues Anglais. Format production -. Couleur Couleur. Format audio -. Format de projection -. All three films received praise for De Niro's performances.
His other critical successes include the crime films Heat and Casino both He is also known for his more comic roles in the films Wag the Dog , Analyze This , and Meet the Parents After appearing in a series of critically panned and commercially unsuccessful films, he earned another Academy Award nomination for his role in David O.
Russell 's romantic comedy, Silver Linings Playbook. In , De Niro starred in two acclaimed films; the psychological thriller Joker , and Scorsese's crime epic The Irishman.
De Niro and Scorsese have made nine feature films together, and six of De Niro's films have been inducted into the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
His father lived nearby, and remained close with De Niro during his childhood. De Niro attended PS 41 , a public elementary school in Manhattan, through the sixth grade.
He began acting classes at the Dramatic Workshop and made his stage debut in school at age 10, playing the Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz.
Shortly afterwards, De Niro landed a major role in Greetings , a satirical film about men avoiding the Vietnam War draft.
The film marked the first of a series of early collaborations between De Niro and director Brian De Palma. Also in , he appeared in De Palma's comedy The Wedding Party ; although it was filmed in , it was kept unreleased for six years.
De Niro, who was still unknown at the time, gained a favorable review from The New York Times ' Howard Thompson : "This farcical comedy, modestly produced by a trio of young people and utilizing some unfamiliar faces, is great fun".
He then appeared in Roger Corman 's low-budget crime drama Bloody Mama , a loose adaptation of Ma Barker 's life, who was the mother of four American criminals, of which De Niro portrayed one: Lloyd Barker.
Thompson praised the film and thought the cast gave "fine performances". His last film appearance of was in The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight , a crime-comedy based on the novel of the same name by Jimmy Breslin.
His co-stars were Michael Moriarty and Vincent Gardenia. Adapted from the novel of the same name by Mark Harris , the film received critical acclaim and helped De Niro gain further recognition.
The Hollywood Reporter wrote, "De Niro proves himself to be one of the best and most likable young character actors in movies with this performance".
National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". De Niro and Marlon Brando , who played the older Vito Corleone in the first film, were the first pair of actors to win Academy Awards for portraying the same fictional character.
Set in gritty and morally bankrupt New York City following the Vietnam War , the film tells the story of Travis Bickle , a lonely taxi driver who descends into insanity.
In preparation for the role, De Niro spent time with members of a U. S army base to learn their Midwestern accent and mannerisms. In , the film was chosen by Time magazine as one of the best films of all time.
De Niro had two other film releases in He starred in , a historical drama directed by Bernardo Bertolucci. Scott Fitzgerald 's novel of the same name , as adapted by British screenwriter Harold Pinter.
Bobby is more meticulous He's very precise. He figures everything out both inside and outside. He has good emotion. He's a character actor : everything he does he calculates.
In a good way, but he calculates". De Niro learned to play the saxophone from musician Georgie Auld , to portray saxophonist Jimmy, who falls in love with a pop singer Minnelli.
The story takes place in Clairton , Pennsylvania, a working-class town on the Monongahela River south of Pittsburgh , and in Vietnam.
Producer Michael Deeley pursued De Niro for the role, because the fame of his previous films would help make a "gruesome-sounding storyline and a barely known director" marketable.
The fourth collaboration between De Niro and Scorsese was in , with the biographical drama Raging Bull. De Niro's appearance is also astonishing in the final scenes".
De Niro returned to the crime genre with True Confessions , adapted from the novel of the same name by John Gregory Dunne. Less challenging than his previous film, De Niro played a priest who clashes with his brother Robert Duvall , a detective investigating the murder of a prostitute.
Vincent Canby of The New York Times thought the plot was hard to follow at times but praised the actors who "work so beautifully together it sometimes seems like a single performance".
De Niro was first to bring the script to the attention of Scorsese, who then gave it a New York setting and darker tone.
The theatrical cut, with a runtime of minutes, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and received a minute standing ovation. Falling in Love , a romantic comedy starring opposite Meryl Streep, was his last release of One year later, De Niro starred in a science fiction for the first time, Brazil , about a daydreaming man living in a dystopian society.
Although the film was unsuccessful at the box office, Brazil was included in The Criterion Collection. Vincent Canby reviewed the film negatively, and was critical of De Niro's casting: "De Niro, who was very fine as the street-wise priest in True Confessions , is all right here until he opens his mouth".
In , De Niro had two minor film roles. While Pauline Kael opined that De Niro "lazy" for undertaking small roles, De Palma defended him by saying he was "experimenting with those characters".
The buddy cop film, Midnight Run , was his next effort in De Niro has reduced himself in scale here, too, and it's a relief to see him drop the great-actor mantle, and the theatricality.
Walsh is more of a character role than the ones he played in those films; there's less specificity in the conception — he's more of a type — but the actor fits into him snugly, effortlessly, and the chance to play comedy, particularly opposite a comic foil as ideal as Grodin, appears to have revitalized him.
He turned down an opportunity to play Jesus Christ in Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ , although he told the director that he would do it as a favor if needed.
Scorsese cast Willem Dafoe instead. The film revolves around the complex relationship between a Vietnam veteran , his sister and fellow army buddy.
Next, he starred in the crime comedy We're No Angels with Sean Penn , a remake of the film of the same name. The pair play escaped convicts who go on the run towards Canada.
De Niro and Scorsese soon reunited for their sixth collaboration in , with the crime film Goodfellas. It is an adaptation of the non-fiction book Wiseguy by Nicholas Pileggi.
The film narrates the life of mob associate Henry Hill Ray Liotta and his friends and family from to De Niro played James Conway, an Irish truck carjacker and gangster.
The drama, based on Oliver Sacks ' book of the same title , tells the story of Dr. Malcolm Sayer Robin Williams , who discovers benefits of the drug L-Dopa in and administers it to catatonic patients.
I think in an uncanny way, De Niro did somehow feel his way into being Parkinsonian. De Niro's next film project was the drama Guilty by Suspicion in which he plays David Merrill, a fictitious film director, returning to the U.
The film received generally favorable reviews. De Niro's biggest success of was Cape Fear , his seventh film with Scorsese. It is a remake of the film of the same name , but heavily inspired by the original director, Alfred Hitchcock.
To look the part, De Niro spent hours in the gym and consented to the grind down of his teeth which were corrected when filming ended.
In , De Niro appeared in two films. The first, Mistress , is a comedy-drama in which he played ruthless businessman Evan Wright.
Of his performance, the critic from The Independent called De Niro "more urbane and coherent than we've seen him for a while".
He was cast as New York lawyer Harry Fabian. The feature received reasonable reviews and was lauded for the chemistry between De Niro and Murray; The Washington Post critic noted that their "real-life friendship spills over into this jittery, very funny look at the male bonding experience".
Playing stepfather Dwight Hansen of Wolff DiCaprio , the film was mostly well received, although Timeout magazine believed that "DiCaprio steals the show".
De Niro starred in his directorial debut, A Bronx Tale , a coming-of-age story about an Italian-American boy who is torn between the temptations of organized crime, racism in his community, and the values of his decent father.
The film also stars Chazz Palminteri , who wrote the play of the same name , and is based on his childhood. A Bronx Tale premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival to a positive response; Marjorie Baumgarten of The Austin Chronicle wrote "De Niro's choices as a director all seem prudent and un-showy, designed to draw attention to the characters and the story rather than its technical assemblage and much-lauded star".
Casino marked De Niro's return to the crime genre with Scorsese in their eighth collaboration. The film's themes revolve around greed, betrayal, wealth, status, and murder that occur between two mobsters, Sam "Ace" Rothstein De Niro and Nicky Santoro Pesci , and a trophy wife Stone over a gambling empire.
Casino was released to mostly positive critical reception, and was a success at the worldwide box office. Art Linson , who had previously produced films starring De Niro, sent him the script first.
De Niro and Pacino redeem everything. In Heat , they represent a high postwar tradition for movie actors — the ones inspired by Marlon Brando , John Cassavetes and James Dean — who aren't afraid of emotion, who run right into the jaws of a scene to grab it.
Like others from their generation — Jack Nicholson , Gene Hackman , Harvey Keitel — they have a keener slant on machismo.
They easily explore its darker strata. De Niro plays Gil Renard, a baseball fanatic who loses his sanity.
De Niro plays priest Bobby Carillo, a father figure to the four boys. Wallace Carter, who treats a woman Meryl Streep with leukemia.
De Niro plays Internal Affairs investigator Lt. Moe Tilden, who explores police corruption in a New Jersey town.
The film opened to a generally warm response, although Barbara Shulgasser of San Francisco Examiner criticized De Niro's acting in certain scenes, suggesting Mangold put De Niro in a "manufactured situation", preventing him from realizing his full potential.
The film is a political satire about a biased publicist De Niro and a Hollywood producer Dustin Hoffman who fabricate a war in Albania to cover up a U.
S president's sex scandal. In January , a month after its release, the Clinton—Lewinsky scandal dominated the headlines, which helped the film generate publicity.
Later that year, his next major role came in Ronin , about a team of former special operatives that are hired to steal a mysterious briefcase while navigating a maze of shifting loyalties.
The critic from the BBC gave the film 3 out of 5 stars, and thought De Niro gave a "refreshingly low-key" performance, in comparison to his previous work.
In , De Niro produced and starred in his first live-action animation comedy, The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle. He voiced the character Fearless Leader , who is a dictator and employer of two mobsters.
Navy Master Diver. Although the film garnered mixed reviews, Bob Thomas of the Associated Press wrote "De Niro infuses the role with all his dynamism.
It is his best performance in years". De Niro, who had been seeking comic roles at the time, was encouraged by his producing partner Jane Rosenthal, to take on the role.
After several comedies, De Niro landed a lead role in the crime thriller 15 Minutes , a story about a homicide detective De Niro and a fire marshal Edward Burns who join forces to apprehend a pair of Eastern European murderers.
The film's reception was generally unfavorable; William Arnold of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer took issue with the "in-your-face exaggeration", but he thought De Niro delivered "his usual edgy flair, [ He plays a retiring thief when a young man Norton persuades him into doing one last heist together.
Upon release, The Score fared well with critics, although Peter Rainer of New York magazine did not think the film challenged De Niro or fully utilize his talents.
The reviewer from LA Weekly remarked "De Niro isn't actually playing a part but riffing on his own legend", and thought the references to Taxi Driver were "cheap".
Starring opposite Frances McDormand and James Franco , he portrayed another police detective in the drama. The film received mixed reviews and under-performed at the theaters.
Filming began in New York City, seven months after the September 11 attacks. We always intended to keep it there and I'm glad we were able to do it".
The actual story never gets off the ground". Several critics consider De Niro's career as having begun to slump in the early s, with De Niro starring in roles that were less dramatic than those in the previous decade.
Most critics were also unimpressed, but it was a high earner at the box office. In a scathing review of De Niro, the critic from Slant Magazine wrote "In self-parody mode for the umpteenth time, De Niro mugs for the camera with a series of overblown grimaces and faux-menacing glares".
It was also critically panned. David Callaway who leaves the city with his traumatized daughter after the mother's suicide. Although the film was a financial success, some critics thought De Niro had been miscast, and queried his decision to star in a mediocre feature.
Based on the screenplay by Eric Roth , the project was personal for De Niro, who was raised during the Cold War and fascinated by it.
Writing for The Sydney Morning Herald , Sandra Hall noted its slow pace, stating "There's a potentially fascinating slice of American history here, but De Niro has carved it up with an excruciatingly dull knife".
His sole project in was Matthew Vaughn 's Stardust , a fantasy adventure, based on Neil Gaiman 's novel of the same name. He plays Captain Shakespeare, the leader of a ship.
The film was generally well received, although one critic from New York magazine thought De Niro's performance was "god-awful — yet his gung-ho spirit wins him Brownie points".
Andy Stone Kevin Pollak Phillip Green L. Pat Webb Dick Smothers Senator Frank Vincent Frank Marino John Bloom Don Ward Pasquale Cajano Remo Gaggi Melissa Prophet Jennifer Santoro Bill Allison John Nance Vinny Vella Edit Storyline This Martin Scorsese film depicts the Janus-like quality of Las Vegas--it has a glittering, glamorous face, as well as a brutal, cruel one.
Taglines: No one stays at the top forever. Edit Did You Know? Trivia In the scene where Ginger is using the phone booth, Sharon Stone was at such an anxiety state portraying her character that Martin Scorsese was sitting on the floor outside the shot holding her hand.
Goofs After the failed car bombing, Sam is put into the ambulance feet-first. People are loaded into ambulances head-first, since most of the monitoring equipment is in the front.
Quotes [ first lines ] Ace Rothstein : [ voice-over ] When you love someone, you've gotta trust them. There's no other way. You've got to give them the key to everything that's yours.
Otherwise, what's the point? And for a while, I believed, that's the kind of love I had. Crazy Credits "This is a fictional story with fictional characters adapted from a true story.
Alternate Versions The version shown in Swedish cinemas in removed 43 meters of footage the vice torture and baseball beatings. Soundtracks Venus Written by Edward H.
Was this review helpful to you? Scorsese and Pileggi collaborated on the script for five months, towards the end of Some characters were combined, and parts of the story were set in Kansas City instead of Chicago.
A problem emerged when they were forced to refer to Chicago as "back home" and use the words "adapted from a true story" instead of "based on a true story.
They also decided to simplify the script, so that the character of Sam "Ace" Rothstein worked only at the Tangiers Casino, in order to show a glimpse of the trials involved in operating a Mafia-run casino hotel without overwhelming the audience.
The scene was too detailed, so they changed the sequence to show the explosion of Sam's car and him flying into the air before hovering over the flames in slow motion—like a soul about to go straight down to hell.
Filming took place at night in the Riviera casino in Las Vegas, with the nearby defunct Landmark Hotel as the entrance, to replicate the fictional Tangiers.
According to the producer Barbara De Fina , there was no point in building a set if the cost were the same to use a real-life one. Several edits were made in order to reduce the rating to R.
Casino was released in theaters in the United States on November 22, Upon its release, the film received mostly positive reviews from critics, although their praise was more muted than it had been for the thematically similar Goodfellas , released only five years earlier, with some reviewers criticizing Scorsese for retreading familiar territory.
The site's critical consensus reads, "Impressive ambition and bravura performances from an outstanding cast help Casino pay off in spite of a familiar narrative that may strike some viewers as a safe bet for director Martin Scorsese.
Roger Ebert gave the film four out of four, stating that "Martin Scorsese's fascinating new film Casino knows a lot about the Mafia's relationship with Las Vegas.
Like The Godfather it makes us feel like eavesdroppers in a secret place. He gave the film five stars commenting "It may not be Scorsese's greatest work, but this guy feeling a little off-colour is still far, far better than most people on fighting-fit form.
It only gets more impressive as time goes on. The film's critical profile has increased in years after its release, with several critics expressing that, in retrospect, they feel it is a more accomplished and artistically mature work than the thematically similar Goodfellas.
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