Crime • R • 2019 • 3 hr 29 min
Another mob movie that is long, but if you have the time, it’s super entertaining and fun to watch
Marty karaoke. Tons of incredible stuff here, just needed to be trimmed down. Hard to get through 200 minutes when parts are unnecessary.
It's like a tribute to great actors and a great director
Another good Scorsese mob movie, and probably the last one with their top actors, with a good plot and acting. Not the best of Scorsese tho
I really like Scorsese movies. But new gangster movies are outdated for my taste and its boring to watch in 21st century
Good film. Scorsese and DeNiro team up for another film. Well done.
A bit overlong, but it’s nice to see Robert De Niro and Al Pacino together again. Can’t say I remember much of anything else though
This feels like a loveletter to gangster films as well as a goodbye from the icons that formed it. propably the last of its kind.
Is this movie too long for its own good? Yes. But, is Robert DeNiro too old to convincingly play this role? Also yes. But Marty pulls it off
Definitely long. However, I genuinely enjoyed every minute.
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