The only part that really feels like Scorsese is when Bertha was looking at the movie posters.
It's so dull.
The script does this one in, I think.
It's Inside Baseball: The Motion Picture.
The final sequence once Welles arrives is simply absurd, but the big dramatic moment where Mank drunkenly tells everyone off at Willy's place is nearly as bad. The whole idea that Kane is based on Hearst alone is itself an exaggeration, and Mank makes it seem so personal in such a way as to diminish the achievement and the universality of Mankiewicz and Welles's dramatic creation.…