Director: Martin Scorsese
Alternate Title: Exorcisms of New York
Plot: In New York city, a mob boss (played by Joe Pesci) hires a Vietnam-war-veteran-turned-former-gangster-turned-priest (played by Robert De Niro) to investigate the bizarre spasms and fits that his daughter (played by Margot Robbie) constantly suffers from.
Little does Pesci know that De Niro only accepts the offer to get close to him and settle a score, as Pesci was previously responsible for a number of deaths of people that were close to De Niro, including legendary union figure Jimmy Hoofa, crime boss Frank Costello and Robert's own father.
De Niro hires Jordan Belford (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) to swindle Pesci out of his cash before the priest chooses to kill the mob boss. Meanwhile, he ends up falling for Pesci's daughter, whose fits were revealed to be a side effect of a drug called Quaalude which she bought from a Casino in Las Vegas whilst in a relationship with a violent boxer.
After murdering Pesci with a baseball bat in the middle of a desert, De Niro runs off with his daughter. Together, they become aviators and travel the world as a musical duo naming themselves 'New York, New York'.
Unfortunately however, in a twist ending, it is revealed that the entire film is a role play set up by a mental asylum doctor (played by Harvey Keitel) and Margot Robbie is in fact a patient on Shutter Island. She eventually turns to her faith for comfort, and spends the rest of her life in silence.