frank’s review published on Letterboxd:
Che successe, successe. Fuck it.
Everything about this is outstanding cinema tier quality. I feel emotionally exhausted and not because of the lenght which matters none since the pacing truly is amazing and everything in the movie feels right exactly where it is. The soundtrack and cinematography are wonderful. It's up there in the best Scorsese films, personally maybe in the top 5, the directing is just mindblowing. I was hyped about this movie for years since it was announced and it delivered more than I expected, it feels as Scorsese as ever but not really a gangster film, more like a tragedy, the writing and story are just so bleak and vulnerable.
Pesci and De Niro chatting in italian was a delightful treat.
It would be criminal if Pacino doesn't win best supporting actor.
Big Sick Ray Romano walked so Irishman Ray Romano could run.