5 Best Under Rated Martin Scorsese Movies Ranked:

Martin Scores is one of the most influential directors in Hollywood. He has made many movies. And each and every one of them is worthy of watching. This is one of the oldest and most respected directors of Hollywood. We can’t actually rate his movies but we can try. So, here’s the list of Top 5 Martin Scorsese movies out there.


The Aviator is a movie about Howard Hughes. This guy is one of the most controversial guys in Hollywood. It is not an exaggeration if I say that Aviator is a mad movie, in a positive way. This movie also shows the struggle of mental illness and its effects. This movie is available on Amazon Prime.


Raging Bull is one of the oldest movies by Martin Scorsese. This movie is a story about a boxer and his struggle to go to the top. Robert DeNiro has done an amazing playing the character. The movie also focuses on the negative side of a character and does not go into being a self-indulged piece of art. It’s not available on any streaming services.


This movie was released in 2016 and it was a dream project for Martin Scorsese. He wanted to make this movie for a long time and that why this movie is one of the great projects of Martin Scorsese. This movie is about two missionaries on a journey to Japan to find their mentor. It also shows the persecution of Catholics. You can watch it on Netflix.

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The Irishman is the latest movie by Martin Scorsese. It stars the three greatest working actors of Hollywood, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci. They have done a marvelous job. This movie is about organized crime and the involvement of a truck driver in this. It’s a great movie to watch. This movie is 3 hours long, so sight tight and enjoy. It’s available on Netflix.


It’s one of the best thrillers in Hollywood. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo in the leading role. This movie is about two investigators going to an Island to investigate a murder. The movie unfolds like a thrilling play and then shocks you in the end. It’s also available on Netflix.

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