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The Irishman (2019)
To call it "good" is to call DaVinci a finger painter
I'm going to steal something I read from a food critic once-this deserves a zero because it's so good it'll ruin everything else for you. And that's what this masterpiece is to cinema. It's truly just that effing special. It reminded me just how much I miss Pesci. Never in my life has time flown by as quickly as it did watching this. A true joy and a privilege to witness. Well done sirs. Well done.
Everything you want a documentary to be
So sad and so beautiful. Just like he was. A wonderful insight into the beauty and brutality that made his work what it was. A very emotional piece. And considering how the man himself said he wanted people to walk away from his shows with emotion, even though this wasn't a work of his (even though it was about him), I'd consider this a resounding success for just that reason. You walk away from the theater very emotional. Go see it. Yesterday.
The Death of Stalin (2017)
Just so darn great.
I don't write too many reviews, but I loved this movie so much, I just had to. Super fun. Super smart. Witty. All I could think was how I couldn't wait to see it again. The only thing that could have made it even better for me: more of Jason Issac's character; he was so great, there was hardly enough of him. Go see it. You'll thank yourself.
Phantom Thread (2017)
What could I possibly say?
Can you give a film two 10s? If so, it's this one.