Working as both a classic Scorsese film but also a reflection on his past decision, The Irishman is the perfect culmination to Scorsese's unofficial gangster trilogy it also is easily one of his very best. First off don't be intimidated by the runtime here this is absolutely a film that benefits from it. This is a far more character-driven film then you're expecting. It definitely has violent themes of course but it's easily the most toned-down one Scorsese has done…
The Lion King (a theatrically released live action remake): a soulless cash grab that feels like a shell of the original
Lady and the Tramp (a live action remake dumped on a streaming service): A delightful and charming film that retains the spirit and is basically on par with the original.
Wtf kind of year is this?