The Old Man posted:
The Irishman--87pts. What can you say? It's like a comfortable pair of shoes--very easy to watch. The actors all inhabit their roles, they make it look easy. Scorsese's usual trademarks are here--a very upfront soundtrack, unique camera moves, love of detail such as with vintage motels and gas stations. However, there's no real focus and in the end it's all just very pleasant to watch.
His greatest movie will always be Goodfellas, The Irishman is a shadow of that masterpiece.
Sounds a great deal like Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.