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Michael Asquith
I remember Actua Soccer 3 having Raging Bull's theme in its opening credits, and it showed my favourite, and hometown club, Barnsley F.C. getting relegated from The Premiership, at the end of 1997- 1998 season, that part of the opening credits made me cry, after losing 1-0 away to Leicester City F.C., at their old ground, Filbert Street.
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rowland fucking biscuits
Tearful shottys on sex hill. Thinkin of ex bewers on this fatal hour
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moha said
Extraordinary opening
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Johnny Boy
Question: Has there ever been a better movie intro
Answer: No and there never will be.

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Adam Chirico
This isn't much of a trailer to make me want to watch this..
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David Moreno
Goose bumps everytime...a finest touch in the soul.
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This opening shot has more heart and story than 99.9% of the full feature movies coming out nowadays
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Giuseppe Giuseppe
No Oscar for this soundtrack...
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I watched it because it came out I recommend it but this is the first video I saw so spectacular
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Froy 2001
One of the very best films of the 80s, if not #1
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Matt Clayer
R.I.P Jake Lamotta.
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GreekAdonis NM
Loved this f.... movie. "where you going" "what are you a cop"
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Harrison Clark
Scorsese's greatest film
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Matt Clayer
Martin Scorseses masterpierce, hands down!
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Matt Chamberlain
I could watch this all day
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Aaron Putnam
Awesome score great movie afi top 100
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Raga Bello
Che meraviglia
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Tony Innusa
music please?
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Matt MacGillivray
beautiful, best opening sequence of any
movie I've ever seen

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so beautiful!! I wanna walk down the aisle to my wedding to this!
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Pérez Kana
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Connor Clarke
SOmething about this film and that score. So much behind it.
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J J Townley Sometime-composer of Piano Concertos
I always thought that Sorsese had cornered the market on using Mascagni's Intermezzo in films with this opening. Francis Ford Coppola was taking a mighty big gamble in choosing to use it as well to close Godfather III because everybody naturally would have immediately recalled Raging Bull. Nevertheless, both sequences are great, given the power of the music itself.
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nathan meza
I watched this last night, and I knew from the second this scene opened I would fall in love with this film, and I did.
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Fernando Reyes
LA Critics Circle - Best Picture 
NY Times - Best Picture
Time Magazine - Best Picture
AFI - Best Picture
... the list goes on and on

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i get teary
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jay tee
I love this film and this opening sequence. This opening reminds people of the great lightweight champion Rocky Kansas. This is what his life was like. Many people get emotional talking about Rocky. Some cant speak at all.

Jake Lamotta was honoured to have a "Rocky Kansas" opening to the film about his life.

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Eanna Cusack
My favourite film of all time
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Axel Falkenstrom
one of the finest opening credit sequences in movie history 
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Stevey Boy Doolan
Quite possibly the greatest opening credits ever committed to celluloid, from the greatest film ever made - the perfect marriage of image & sound.  Flawless in every department. Is it called 'Intermezzo from Cavillera Rusticana' by Mascagne?  
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still one of my all time favourites<<<
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martin Dickson
Cavalleria rusticana
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DrugO Lebowski
"No matter what you do,no matter how good you are,there's always Martin Scorsese." (Brian De Palma)
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Absolutely brilliant
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isa oza
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Little Miss Duck
A wonderful contrast between the music and the imminent violence of the sport... Great movie.
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Martin Scorsese is a great director, his films are amazing.
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Max Cherry
These opening credits alone are better than most movies.
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Martin Hickman
Interesting to hear that. If you watch the film and think about it afterwards, you'll find it was a deeply tragic story about a man who used violence every time he had a problem. Really an effective and subversive story about the flaws of the hyper-masculine male.
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Martin Hickman
One of the finest films made. Even if you don't like it you have to admit that. It also did a lot to further the mystique of Italian-Americans.
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Eric Theler
Saw this so long ago at a midnight showing with a tatooed feminist friend who cried at the end and said "That is oneof the greatest works of art of any genre I've ever experienced".
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Good music choice by Scorsese, with another song the movie would be worse.
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Nik M
They don't make films like this anymore
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I feel the same
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"I'm gonna win. There's no way I'm goin' down. I don't go down for nobody."
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Max Cherry
Wow, how good is that. Jesus, that's great stuff. Scorsese...
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I thought the Godfather was the best movie ever till I saw this movie. It still makes me shed a year every time I watch it and I'm a 26 year old guy.
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Yoko Ono
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Pietro Mascagni-Intermezzo
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Ida N
Can someone please tell me the name of the music?
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Sorry to be short, but simply the best intro to a film I ever saw. Back in 1980 I was 15, saw this and was transfixed from second one. And then got to enjoy the best Scorcese/DeNiro film ever (Mean Streets a very very close second) Brilliant
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Rasmus Thygesen
You just said the reason for why I am a boxer.
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Allan Gildea
Breathtaking mastery of cinema - one locked off shot, no dialogue, no editing and yet Scorsese gives us the essence of a man's life.
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Juan Fumero
The bloody special effects in some of the boxing scenes are just terrible. I think if you're punched hard enough that blood splatters on the entire front row of the audience you'd probably be dead.
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Precisely. Even his in-ring fights were ruled by his inner fights. He was upset with himself? He got pummeled on purpose. The movie is in black and white, yet the montage is in colour. I could be reading too far into it, but it seems like that's how Jake sees the world. It's either this or that: Right or wrong, love or hate, etc. His happiest moments were full of colour and even those were taken over by his fights. Scorsese made this movie thinking it'd be his last. Thank fuck it isn't.
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Alex Boardman
That's the exact same analysis i came up with when i used this scene for my college assignment.
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Alex Boardman
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Fuckin' Scorsese.
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actually Brian de Palma was making blow out.
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Scorsese is Cinema! he is like Picasso for painting or Beethoven for music. he is the master in filmmaking
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Matthew Zagami
great insperational movie!
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billybob thornton
You should write for a living friend,Ya nailed it.
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what's yur problem?
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billybob thornton
Wow cool story man thanks for sharing.
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Mark Wright
I can't believe they're making a remake of this movie with Ashton Kutcher||
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Mon Ertov Reifidom
Who made that sequence ? Scorsese himself I guess. On Goodfellas and Casino, it was the great Saul Bass.
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De Palma and Scorsese ftw.
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Tom Sawyer
"you are falled in love"? really? I mean really?
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Bijinius Cross
Thanks, quentin tarantino
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So beautiful
Comment from : exoticblueeyes

Love this one. Thank you!
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Eddie Gorilla
The black & white of the film, immortalized Deniro... Opening is worth clapping at the theater...
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Fernando Reyes
de Palma is washed up
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leo batista mattei
pietro mascagni, an italian like me :)
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When i listen to This it makes me cry everytime i tgink about my grandfather i never speaked to him but i see it from his face that hes nice R.I.P granpa..
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Andrew Colpeliro
Questa si chiama grandezza. That's magnificence.
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'Joey - Joe Pesci' Bet that was a stretch to learn.
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Gabriel Matthys
Yess! I spend my life trying to find out why!
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Niles Crane
this intro - the citizen kane intro - the space odyssey intro they are pure magic
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Sandro Algra Barradas
Guess that's what he get's for introducing De Niro & Scorsese to each other.
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Best opening of all time. The music is mind-blowing. :)
Comment from : TinnFroll86

I love this music..its beautiful and makes me cry:)when I get married I want this song when I walk down the isle.
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Luke Rueckl
Great Comment
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Iain McManus
i tear up every time. dont judge me, i'm but a man.
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That pretty much sums it up. Notice how his body is framed inside the ropes in the foreground for most of the shot.
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Frank Roscoe
I'm 15 years old, I turn 16 this June. What are the klitshokos? How old are you when you started
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Just do it, dont let it put you off, i started fighting and i love the klitshkos i want to fight like them. and kinda starting late in life.
Comment from : stokie1999999

This scene really captures the whole point of the story. He's alone in the ring fighting by himself, not against somebody. His life wasn't so much about his fights against his opponents in boxing, but about his inner fights... his struggles with himself, his family, and his life
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Ryan Walters
Quentin Tarantino was talking about that in a vid, "Quentin Tarantino on Taxi Driver", taken from some Sky Movies thing. how bout that.
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There is no movie that's ever inspired me or impacted my heart to the magnitude that this one has.
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Salman Zaki
I love this movie <3
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Frank Roscoe
I wanna join a gym and learn to box. I do not wanna box unless i know i can. The thing is, boxing just looks so different now. You see these boxers with there long tattoos and they have their ghetto/hood look. what happened to this? If I become a boxer, i just wanna say, I wanna be more like Rocky Balboa and fight like Jake Lamotta.
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Scorsese in his prime.
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Ibarrabros. Studios
dosent when michel corolane died in the godfather part 3 this song is puted when he died
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Jon Nott
@elsheilsio260 It's Cavalleria rusticana
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@calmcyco he cried because scarface was crap.
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