Karsten Runquist’s review published on Letterboxd:
I want a pastel colored suit now. I don’t mean this as an insult, but this feels like every Scorsese film morphed into one. Which is amazing in some ways, it’s like the most Scorsese movie possible I don’t see much wrong with that. But it does feel, especially near the middle, like it doesn’t have a purpose and/or voice of it’s own. But again, this is only really an issue if we look at it in the context of Scorsese’s career as a whole. On it’s own, it’s a blast and honestly pretty hilarious at times. It flows really well although I will say I felt the runtime on this one more than I did with anything else he’s done. I don’t know, I had a good time. Joe Pesci is wild!