Most directors hope that just one of their scenes can resonate enough with audiences that it stays with them long after they've left the theater. Martin Scorsese doesn't have to hope, he has multiple embedded in moviegoers' minds.

Whether it's a dramatic exchange between two talented actors, a montage done over a powerful rock song (typically the Rolling Stones) or a world-class beat-down, the 67-year-old Oscar-winning director owns some of the most memorable scenes of the last 30 years. Building this legendary resume through a sharp cinematic eye to tell stories filled with drama, music, comedy (often of the dark variety) and violence, he's also had the fortune to work with actors who are the gold standard of their craft: specifically Harvey Keitel, Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio -- who teams with Scorsese for the fourth time in this week's 'Shutter Island.'
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