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Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprioThere is a tendency for award shows to descend into A-list backslapping and it's an accusation that's already been levelled at Sunday's Golden Globes.

But amidst the self congratulatory in jokes and shout outs to Scientology and kabbalah are moments where we simply get to celebrate genius filmmakers - and one thing that we can all agree on is that Martin Scorsese is a living legend.

Before collecting the Cecil B. Demille award for being totally brilliant (as it should be named) we were treated to an incredible five-minute montage of Scorsese's work throughout his career and it's worth watching just to remind yourself of the depth of the man's talents. Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprioThere is a tendency for award shows to descend into A-list backslapping and it's an accusation that's already been levelled at Sunday's Golden Globes.

But amidst the self congratulatory in jokes and shout outs to Scientology and kabbalah are moments where we simply get to celebrate genius filmmakers - and one thing that we can all agree on is that Martin Scorsese is a living legend.

Before collecting the Cecil B. Demille award for being totally brilliant (as it should be named) we were treated to an incredible five-minute montage of Scorsese's work throughout his career and it's worth watching just to remind yourself of the depth of the man's talents.

It's also worth noting that the montage is a finely put together and loving crafted ode to a towering giant of celluloid (metaphorically that is, he's actually quite short). It even makes you want to go out and watch A Colour of Money again. Although it may be suspiciously heavy on Leonardo DiCaprio and does end with a cheeky trailer for Marty's next film, Shutter Island, it's still a great homage to some brilliant cinema.

Watch the clip below and we guarantee that the only reason you won't be adding Raging Bull to your rental list is the fact that you already own it.