Scorsese Collection

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Legendary director Martin Scorsese takes the helm for this tale of questionable loyalties and blurring identities set in the South Boston organized crime scene and inspired by the wildly popular 2002 Hong Kong crime film Infernal Affairs. As the police force attempts to reign in the increasingly powerful Irish mafia, authorities are faced with the prospect of sending in an undercover agent or seeing their already frail grip on the criminal underworld slip even further. Billy Costigan Leonardo DiCaprio is a young ...
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Overview

Legendary director Martin Scorsese takes the helm for this tale of questionable loyalties and blurring identities set in the South Boston organized crime scene and inspired by the wildly popular 2002 Hong Kong crime film Infernal Affairs. As the police force attempts to reign in the increasingly powerful Irish mafia, authorities are faced with the prospect of sending in an undercover agent or seeing their already frail grip on the criminal underworld slip even further. Billy Costigan Leonardo DiCaprio is a young cop looking to make a name for himself in the world of law enforcement. Collin Sullivan Matt Damon is a street-smart criminal who has successfully infiltrated the police department with the sole intention of reporting their every move to ruthless syndicate head Frank Costello Jack Nicholson. When Costigan is assigned the task of working his way into Costello's tightly guarded inner circle, Sullivan is faced with the responsibility of rooting out the informer before things get out of hand. With the stakes constantly rising and time quickly running out for the undercover cop and his criminal counterpart, each man must work feverishly to reveal his counterpart before his identity is exposed by the other. Martin Sheen, Alec Baldwin, and Ray Winstone co-star, and writer William Monahan adapts a screenplay originally penned by Alan Mak and Felix Chong.
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Special Features

Hours of ne documentaries; Additional The Departed scenes; Scorsese commentaries and more
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
This Americanized remake of a highly acclaimed Chinese thriller, Infernal Affairs was welcomed as a return to form for director Martin Scorsese. The Departed takes place in Boston, where Irish Mafia kingpin Frank Costello (a superb Jack Nicholson) rules the local underworld with an iron hand while terrifying law-abiding citizens. Costello plants a carefully groomed “mole,” Colin Sullivan (Matt Damon), in the local police department. Unbeknownst to either of them, the department has placed its own mole, Billy Costigan (Leonardo DiCaprio), in Costello’s gang. It’s only a matter of time before both moles are suspected and put in grave danger. Under Scorsese’s direction, the intriguing plot generates nearly unbearable suspense, which is periodically interrupted with staccato bursts of savage violence, flamboyantly staged for jarring effect. There’s additional tension in a subplot that finds Sullivan’s therapist girlfriend (Vera Farmiga) attracted to one of her ex-patients, the increasingly nervous Costigan. The principals all turn in sensational performances, as do the film’s key supporting players: Martin Sheen, Alec Baldwin, Ray Winstone, and Academy Award nominee Mark Wahlberg. Nobody has ever gotten into the heads of mobsters quite as well as Scorsese, and in this complex, multilayered story, he’s finally found the perfect vehicle for his incomparable talents.
Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
With one of the 20th century’s most colorful characters as his subject, director Martin Scorsese has turned out an unusually compelling biography that, like many of its kind, generates tremendous interest while ignoring or distorting portions of the historical record. Scorsese’s portrait of maverick tycoon/filmmaker/aviator Howard Hughes played convincingly by a seemingly miscast Leonardo DiCaprio is accurate in a “big picture” sense, even to its unstated but strongly implied attribution of Hughes’s legendary eccentricities to an undiagnosed case of what we know today as obsessive-compulsive disorder. And it certainly presents thrilling re-creations of his aerial adventures, which included setting a new airspeed record in 1935, crashing an experimental spy plane in 1946, and getting his mammoth flying boat -- derisively nicknamed “the Spruce Goose” -- airborne in 1947. But the film plays fast and loose with many other aspects of Hughes’s amazing life; for example, it completely ignores his ill-fated first marriage, which was well underway during the three-year production of Hell’s Angels dramatized in Aviator’s first act. It also disregards his torrid affair with then-famous actress Billie Dove and overlooks his lengthy, close friendship with actor Cary Grant. Still, Scorsese does a magnificent job of depicting the wild-and-woolly Hollywood of the late silent and early sound years, vividly recreating the bacchanalian atmosphere of such famous nightspots as the Coconut Grove. Hughes’s lengthy and improbable romance with Katharine Hepburn Cate Blanchett in an Oscar-winning performance gets expansive treatment, as does his on-again, off-again fling with glamorous Ava Gardner Kate Beckinsale. Critics and viewers caught up in the Hollywood sections of the film were less impressed with its last hour, in which a clearly disturbed Hughes, his mental illness exacerbated by head injuries sustained in the 1946 crash, fights for both his sanity and his business. But the tycoon’s memorable showdown with Senator Owen Brewster Alan Alda, the culmination of Senate hearings called to investigate mismanagement of government funds by Hughes Aircraft during World War II, is a bravura climax that showcases The Aviator’s exceptional writing, directing, acting, and editing. Nearly three hours in length, the film has a few tedious stretches, but Scorsese achieves the heights he's aiming for -- a truly soaring cinematic experience.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/15/2007
  • UPC: 085391149354
  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Slip Sleeve / Mixed Media Set
  • Language: English
  • Time: 9:38:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 88,659

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Martin Scorsese Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Scorsese Collection, Vol. 2 - GoodFellas
1. Prologue and Credits [:02]
2. The Cab Stand [2:41]
3. No More Letters [3:06]
4. Paulie's Business [1:47]
5. Like a Ganster [1:31]
6. Jimmy the Gent [1:40]
7. Henry's First Pinch [2:39]
8. The Idlewild Connection [1:33]
9. Cast of Characters [1:36]
10. Funny Guy [3:04]
11. The Bamboo Lounge [4:03]
12. First Date, First Fight [4:53]
13. The Copacabana [2:52]
14. Airport Heist [3:03]
15. Animal Attraction [1:07]
16. Morrie and Bruce... [1:37]
17. The Wedding [4:06]
18. The Wives [2:58]
19. Togetherness [4:29]
20. Billy Bats [3:08]
21. Mrs. DeVito's House [5:02]
22. Fridays [4:02]
23. Digging Expedition [2:35]
24. Janice [2:36]
25. Spider [1:20]
26. At Gunpoint [4:48]
27. Trip to Tampa [2:26]
28. Trip to Jail [:44]
29. Life in Stir [:36]
30. On Our Own [:24]
31. Homecoming: Paulie's... [2:09]
32. New Business New Home [2:49]
33. The Lufthansa Heist [3:42]
34. Payoffs [2:40]
35. Covering Stack's Tracks [4:07]
36. Tommy's Good Fortune [10:33]
37. Morrie's Bad Fortune [3:22]
38. Bodies All Over [2:10]
39. The Day Tommy is Made [2:31]
40. Sunday May 11th, 1980 [3:01]
41. Aftermath: The Bad Time [3:45]
42. Henry and Paulie [1:45]
43. Karen and Jimmy [:07]
44. Smiling Murderers [4:46]
45. Leaving the Life [:02]
46. A Schnook; Coda [:02]
47. End Credits [:02]
Disc #3 -- Scorsese Collection, Vol. 2 - The Departed
1. Costello Credo [5:01]
2. School's Out [3:48]
3. You're No Cop [6:03]
4. Serve the Commonwealth [4:15]
5. He's Jackie's Nephew [4:50]
6. Dignam Briefs the Girls [1:59]
7. Tipped Off, Ticked Off [4:05]
8. Impervious to Analysis [2:14]
9. Necessary Torture [4:50]
10. Two Guys From Providence [5:33]
11. May I Remind You [4:41]
12. Call Your Mother [3:55]
13. How Billy Feels [3:26]
14. Hang Tight for Me [4:52]
15. Call the Game [3:25]
16. No Tickee, No Laundry [4:36]
17. Relationship Ups and Downs [5:17]
18. If You Coulda [1:15]
19. Protected and Benumbed [:38]
20. Real Vulnerability [4:30]
21. Take Care of Business [3:16]
22. Each Other's Trail [4:38]
23. Heavy Lies the Crown [2:55]
24. The One That Gets Out [6:13]
25. Tail on Queenan [2:58]
26. Taking the Fall [4:16]
27. Wrong Number [3:57]
28. Dead Guy's Phone [4:06]
29. Nation of Rats [5:00]
30. Sheffield Shootout [3:58]
31. Getting Frank [2:13]
32. Deleted [2:56]
33. Play Me Now [4:49]
34. Rats on a Rooftop [4:26]
35. The Departed [3:36]
36. Okay [4:22]
37. End Credits [1:26]
Disc #5 -- Scorsese Collection, Vol. 2 - The Aviator
1. Young Howard [2:18]
2. "Welcome to Hollywood," Hell's Angels Year One [8:15]
3. Hell's Angels Year Two [6:58]
4. Hell's Angels Year Three [4:04]
5. "Howard Hughes' $4 Million Epic" [5:04]
6. "Follow-Through is Everything in Golf, Just Like Life" [3:38]
7. TWA..."Tiger by the Tail" [2:18]
8. "I'm Sure You Know Errol" [4:31]
9. Teaching Kate to Fly [4:55]
10. H-1 Racer, Breaking the World Speed Record [5:20]
11. Letting Kate In [5:13]
12. Around the World in Four Days [1:31]
13. "Don't Worry About it Howard, She's Just Working the Room" [3:43]
14. Visiting the Hepburn Estate [5:30]
15. MPAA Outlaws Mammaries [4:43]
16. Selling the Hercules [1:07]
17. "There's Too Much Howard Hughes in Howard Hughes" [3:18]
18. The Constellation [3:22]
19. "We're Too Alike, You and I" [5:13]
20. Faith Domergue [1:44]
21. "Kill the Story," Burying the Hepburn-Tracy Scandal [6:45]
22. Ava Gardner [3:02]
23. "Show Me All the Blueprints, Show Me All the Blueprints" [2:57]
24. XF-11, Inaugural Flight and Crash [5:32]
25. Flowers From Juan Trippe [6:27]
26. Government Investigation [4:24]
27. Q-U-A-R-A-N-T-I-N-E [11:10]
28. The Germ-Free Zone [13:57]
29. Brewster Senate Hearings [4:36]
30. The Flying Boat [7:54]
31. "The Way of the Future, The Way of the Future" [9:41]
32. End Credits [4:02]
Disc #7 -- Scorsese Collection, Vol. 2 - Mean Streets
1. Home Movie Credits [3:05]
2. Four Neighborhood Guys [4:06]
3. Tony's Bar [4:02]
4. Johnny Boy and Friends [3:23]
5. Back Room Business [5:59]
6. Patient With Oscar [2:38]
7. Firecracker Comedians [3:48]
8. Poolroom Mook Rumble [7:03]
9. Tiger, Tiger [2:04]
10. Same Story [2:10]
11. Hanging Out [2:31]
12. Baby-Faced Killer [3:01]
13. Too Many Passengers [2:13]
14. Bedmates at Dawn [2:21]
15. Secret Lovers [:02]
16. "St. Francis Didn't Run Numbers" [3:04]
17. Giovanni's Advice [:11]
18. "What Do You Want From Me?" [4:03]
19. Lost Patience [4:27]
20. Private Party [5:32]
21. Michael's Warning [:24]
22. Out of Control [2:42]
23. On the Roof With a .38 [2:46]
24. Tough Talk Among the Tombstones [5:32]
25. Some Mouth [2:14]
26. A Situation Named Johnny [2:08]
27. Teresa's Seizure [:31]
28. For Johnny and Joyce [1:50]
29. $10 on a $2,000 Debt [3:32]
30. Night Riders [1:28]
31. Gunplay [5:07]
32. Dead-end Montage [1:45]
33. End Credits [3:17]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Scorsese Collection, Vol. 2 - GoodFellas
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      The Cast and Crew Commentary
         Film Reel
      The Cop and Crook Commentary
      Awards
   Languages
      Spoken Languages: English
      Spoken Languages: Français
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Off
Disc #2 -- Scorsese Collection, Vol. 2 - GoodFellas
   Getting Made
   The Workaday Gangster
   The GoodFellas Legacy
   Paper is Cheaper Than Film
   Theatrical Trailer
Disc #3 -- Scorsese Collection, Vol. 2 - The Departed
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Theatrical Trailer
   Languages
      English 5.1
      Français 5.1 [Doublé au Québec]
      Español 5.1
      English
      Français
      Español
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Disc #4 -- Scorsese Collection, Vol. 2 - The Departed
   Special Features
      Stranger Than Fiction: The True Story of Whitey Bulger, Southie and the Departed
      Scorsese on Scorsese
      Crossing Criminal Cultures
      Additional Scenes With Introductions By Director Martin Scorsese
   Languages
      Français
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Disc #5 -- Scorsese Collection, Vol. 2 - The Aviator
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      View the Film With Feature Commentary by Director Martin Scorsese, Editor Thelma Schoonmaker, and Producer Michael Mann On/Off
   Languages
      Spoken Languages: English 5.1
      Spoken Languages: Français
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Off
Disc #6 -- Scorsese Collection, Vol. 2 - The Aviator
   Deleted Scene: Howard Tells Ava About His Car Accident
   A Life Without Limits: The Making of The Aviator
   The Role of Howard Hughes In Aviation History
   Modern Marvels: Howard Hughes A History Channel Documentary
   The Affliction of Howard Hughes: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
   OCD Panel Discussion With Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese and Howard Hughes' Widow Terry Moore
   An Evening With Leonardo DiCaprio and Alan Alda
   The Visual Effects of The Aviator
   Constructing The Aviator: The Work of Dante Ferretti
   Costuming The Aviator: The Work of Sandy Powell
   The Age of Glamour: The Hair and Makeup of The Aviator
   Scoring The Aviator: The Work of Howard Shore
   The Wainright Family - Loudon, Rufus and Martha
   The Aviator Soundtrack Spot
   Still Gallery
Disc #7 -- Scorsese Collection, Vol. 2 - Mean Streets
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Commentary by Martin Scorsese and Actress Amy Robinson
         Movie Reel
      Back on the Block
      Theatrical Trailer
   Languages
      Spoken Languages: English
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Off
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