Let me save you 209 minutes if you haven’t already seen “The Irishman.”
Despite the hype and reviews and award nominations and Scorsese and De Niro and Pacino – and all you might anticipate in terms of film-making and stellar acting when you hear those names – what the guys deliver is a real snoozer.
Lest I spend too much more time on this (3+ hours and counting already), a quick summary: All that talent was wasted on a dreary, depressing story of corruption and serial cold-blooded murder by a bunch of thugs who can’t scrape up a single conscience among the lot of them. They’re all dead now and good riddance.
After 90 minutes of trying to figure out why I should give a shit about any of them, I toughed it out through the other 119 and ultimately learned that I should not have bothered.
Don’t waste your time.
2 thoughts on “We could have done without “The Irishman””
Confirmation bias bc I had zero interest in seeing it before reading your thoughts.
I liked the very funny Home for Christmas Netflix Norwegian comedy.
I’ve been debating on seeing this, although I had my doubts. I’m a big Pacino fan and all but if even he can’t save it, then there’s no point. Thanks for the warning!
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