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HELLO, THERE: Bull Taco Leucadia
Every year, we comb the county, looking for the best San Diego has to offer, from favorite foods to eclectic finds to places to play.
The Daily Beast
Albert Brooks, the Early YearsBy Paul Slansky
The comedian and filmmaker has been the smartest and funniest person in the room since he was in high school .
'The King of Comedy' has never looked better on Blu-Ray
Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese and Jerry Lewis reunite at the Tribeca Film Festival for the 30th anniversary of their film King of Comedy.
Talking Pictures: 'Taxi Driver'
It easily sits in the top 10 films I've ever seen. Written by Paul Schrader, the film was inspired by a dark and depressed time in his own life and the diary of Arthur Bremer, the man who shot presidential candidate George Wallace in 1972.
the Wolf of Wall Street Blu-ray Review
Quentin Tarantino recently pointed out that with most directors there's a notable falling off of quality as they get older.
Still edgy and unsettling, Scorsese's "The King of Comedy" gets a big lift on Blu-ray
Best extra: The recent Q&A, "Tribeca Film Festival: A Conversation with Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro and Jerry Lewis" Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro had collaborated on "Mean Streets," "Taxi Driver," "New York, New York" and "Raging Bull," so, the moderator at the Tribeca Film Festival wanted to know, what was their approach to their first ... (more)
'The Departed' reunites Scorsese and DiCaprio in a cops-vs.-mobsters tale
Martin Scorsese is one of those directors who likes to cast the same leading man in many of his movies.
Paramount bring The Wolf of Wall Street to Blu-ray and DVD
At this point there isn't much that needs to be said about Martin Scorsese that he hasn't already proven with classics like Goodfellas, Taxi Driver, and so many more than can be named.