Not sure if this counts as an ACAB movie or not, but I’m going to take it.
"But then I remembered that I was rich."
This is a capital-M MOVIE, a real juggernaut that for all its up-to-eleven excess is deceptively light on its feet. Scorcese and Schoonmaker deserve all the plaudits available for making a three-hour movie that zips by, as well as being funnier than most comedies (the infamous super-quaaludes sequences is an actual work of art on its own).
Even in his current "mature" phase (the guy has to be in his late thirties…