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August 13, 2012
I Like Robert De Niro's Performance As Jake La Motta.
September 19, 2008
Gene LeBell should be on this list!!! He is the first ring announcer we see in the film ... he's announcing the opening fight that results in a riot ... How do we get him added to the cast list here?
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But the boxing sequences are possibly the best ever filmed, and the film captures the intensity of a boxer's life with considerable force. Full Review
What's most stunning about Raging Bull is the tension between 19th-century melodrama and 20th-century psychodrama, the narrative form brought into being by the conjunction of Freudian theory and the mechanics of the movie camera. Full Review
Filmed in black-and-white and shockingly well acted by De Niro, Raging Bull suggests that if you are looking for the source of evil in the world, you don't have to look any further than yourself. It's inside you or it isn't. And it comes out or it doesn't. [19 Dec 1980] Full Review
Takes a cold, unflinching look at the violence both inside and outside of the ring. Full Review
A fiercely poetic study of violence. Stunningly shot in black-and-white. [14 Dec 1989, p.23] Full Review