The Irishman

Nov 1, 2019 R 3h 29m

Pennsylvania, 1956. Frank Sheeran, a war veteran of Irish origin who works as a truck driver, accidentally meets mobster Russell Bufalino. Once Fra...

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9 / 10 Verdict: Great
Avg. Rating: 9 # of Ratings: 7 # of Reviews: 4

Overall Rating

9 / 10 Verdict: Great
Avg. Rating: 9 # of Ratings: 7 # of Reviews: 4

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Director: Martin Scorsese


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  • WHAT I LIKED: 'Goodfellas,' is Martin Scorsese's most emotionally violent gangster movie because it's about someone battling to reconcile their conscience on the way up through the tempting and torturous gangster game. 'The Irishman,' represents t... Read the full review »
  • SceneItReviews


    10 / 10
    The Irishman feels like the last movie of Martin Scorsese’s career, and even though it won’t be, it will undoubtedly be forever held as a bastion of mafia filmmaking, and one of the director’s finest achievements ever. From the very first sh... Read the full review »
  • ScreenZealots


    8 / 10
    Martin Scorsese’s forte is the epic gangster movie, and he is arguably the master of the genre. Adding another first-rate film to his cinematic belt, the director yet again illustrates why he is one of the greatest directors of all time with “... Read the full review »
  • Moviegeek98


    10 / 10
    “I heard you paint houses.” That title, that line of dialogue, so seemingly innocuous that its ominous, refers to Robert De Niro’s violent past that struck back and ruin not just his life, but the others around him. A life in which we’re a... Read the full review »

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