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The Irishman (2019)

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5.00 star(s) Rating: 5.00/5 1 Votes
Title: The Irishman (2019)

Tagline: Time changes nothing

Genre: Drama, Crime

Director: Martin Scorsese

Cast: Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel, Bobby Cannavale, Ray Romano, Stephen Graham, Kathrine Narducci, J.C. MacKenzie, Craig Vincent, Anna Paquin, Gary Basaraba, Jesse Plemons, Jack Huston, Domenick Lombardozzi, India Ennenga, Joseph Russo, Aly Mang, John Cenatiempo, Larry Romano, Sebastian Maniscalco, Rebecca Faulkenberry, Stephanie Kurtzuba, Robert Funaro, Veronica Alicino, Jeremy Luke, Natasha Romanova, Doris McCarthy, Louis Cancelmi, George Katt, John Scurti, Liz Celeste, Welker White, Kevin O'Rourke, Bo Dietl, Ashley North, Claudette Lalí, Kevin Kane, Alex Ziwak, Kenneth Carrella, Jennifer Mudge, Jessica VanOss, Paul Borghese, Frank Modica, Kelly P. Williams, Mike Massimino, Josephine Velez, James Lorinz, Erika Smith, Salvatore DiSanto, Saskia Slaaf, Jim Coniglione, Brent Costantino, Danny A. Abeckaser, Scotty Atkins, Arthur Hiou, Tom Rhoads, Lauren Aparicio, Robert C. Kirk, Jessica Carollo, Gino Cafarelli, David Wenzel, Patrick Gallo, Jarrod LaBine, Clark Carmichael, Siena Marino, Ron Castellano, Joseph Oliveira, Vincent Riviezzo, Anne Horak, Thomas Bencivenga, Bill Timoney, Frances Mignano, Frank Amoruso, Kerry McGann, Samuel Difiore, Thomas E. Sullivan, James Ciccone, Rob Tunstall, Melody Krell, Anthony Welch, Dominick LaRuffa Jr., Scott Eliasoph, Erick Zamora, Cliff Moylan, Matteo Borgomanero, Richard V. Licata, Franco Quartuccio, Al Linea, Patrick Borriello, Gregory Cioffi, John Antorino, Jamie Mattus, Cilda Shaur, Gage Maynard, Emilie Cantante, Gina Lerario, Steve Garfanti, Kevin D. McGee, John Polce, Jason Liebman, Thomas D. Weaver, Michael Romeo Ruocco, Matthew F. O’Connor, Rebecca Merle, John Cashin, Tommy Bayiokos, Albert Kobrovsky

Release: 2019-10-13

Runtime: 209

Plot: A mob hitman recalls his possible involvement with the slaying of Jimmy Hoffa.

 
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A new trailer has been released, not sure about this. I thought the trailer was fairly underwhelming. Is this movie going to be a turkey?
 
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Worth going to the cinema for or wait for Netflix release?
 
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That was a masterpiece. Nobody does menace like Pesci.

There was only really one scene where I really noticed the de-ageing and it really didn't take away from the scene either.

Awards all round as the cast were all on top form, no phoning in for them in this one you could see it was a work of passion for them all.
 
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I saw it today. Really loved it. It genuinely didn't feel like 3.5 hours because it is just such a joy watching Pacino, De Niro and Pesci at the top of their game. I've seen some bad 100 minute movies that felt a lot longer so it is all relative.

There is a phone call near the end of the movie that probably ranks in the top 10 moments of De Niro's career. It is incredible acting.
 
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There are gangster movies and there are Scorsese gangster movies.

Fantastic. Held my attention throughout. 3 main actors were great. Pesci shades it for best performance. An absolute epic. Some jaw dropping moments. Great soundtrack.
 
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